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Erika Poje of Guilderland Center Overcomes Lyme Disease to Excel in Bowling

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Bowling is a game of constant adjustments, but Erika Poje wasn’t expecting the kind of dramatic changes she was forced to make recently in order to remain a scratch bowler.

Poje, a Brooklyn native who spent the majority of her life in the Capital Region, has produced averages of at least 200 in her primary major league in 18 of her last 20 seasons, with highs of 220 in the Newkirk Keglers league at Town ’N Country in 2015-16 and a 217 in the DV Greco Insurance Women’s Doubles (now the Towne Mixed Doubles) back in the 2010-2011 campaign

But the 53-year-old Guilderland Center resident was diagnosed with Lyme disease last year, and it took a heavy toll on her quality of life, including her favorite hobby.

“I wasn’t even sure I’d be back to bowling. I couldn’t even hold an 8-pound ball, let alone swing it,” Poje said. “For me, I suffered pretty severely. It took a very long time before it was diagnosed. They first told me it was arthritis because I tested negative for Lyme disease. But I started to get severe back pain to the point where I couldn’t sit or sleep. My doctors ran a bunch more tests. They thought I had sciatica, but then I also developed Bell’s palsy. After six weeks, I tested positive for Lyme disease.”

Poje, a longtime senior specialist for credit card fraud at Key Bank, refused to let her new physical challenges of pain and fatigue prevent her from competing in her favorite hobby.

“Everyone is affected by Lyme disease in different ways. I became educated on it. There was one doctor I knew that had the disease for 10 years before he was even diagnosed,” Poje noted. “So when I did some research, I started to go to [physical therapy], and I got myself stronger. It made me feel better. I can’t do as many moves on the lanes now, though. I don’t like to move as much, because I really can’t. I can’t throw as big of a hook anymore, so I’ve learned more about the game and how my bowling balls react.

“I think the best part of my game now is my ability to read what my ball does on the lanes. I never learned that part of bowling before. I educated myself more and asked for help to figure out why I don’t carry.”

Poje, who uses DV8 and Brunswick equipment, still suffers with arthritis in her knees and back from the Lyme disease, but she says she makes sure to stretch a lot and take a hot shower to loosen up before her matches.

“I’m a lot stiffer, so I have to make sure I’m prepared physically to bowl,” she explained.

She’s currently competing in the Towne Mixed Doubles league and the Cosmopolitan Mixed league Monday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Poje moved to the Capital Region from Brooklyn when she was 9 years old and started bowling when she was 13.

“My mother’s boyfriend taught me how to bowl, and I loved it right from the start,” she said. “I was running indoor track at the time, and I quit because that season it ran at the same time as my bowling season.”

Poje, a Columbia High School grad who studied criminal justice at Hudson Valley Community College, owns six perfect games and a high triple of 797.

“One of my biggest goals is to get that first 800 triple. I also love to bowl in tournaments. I bowl in every tournament I know of. The only tournament I’ve won so far was the Turkey Shoot at Town ’N Country Lanes, but I’ve finished second or third in a lot of other tournaments,” said a busy Poje, who also works about 20 hours a week at Hannaford.

LAST-MINUTE GIFTS

Now is the time to get those last-minute Christmas gifts for the bowlers in your lives.

No. 1 on everyone’s list is a new bowling ball. I polled the three Schenectady USBC center pro shops to see what the hottest orbs are.

Bob Tedesco at Sportsman’s Bowl’s Bob’s Pro Shop says his top-five sellers are the Storm IQ Ruby Red, the Storm Virtual Energy, the Hammer Envy Tour Pearl, the Roto Grip TNT Infused and the Global Eternity.

Matt Fazzone of Action Bowling Supply at Towne Bowling Academy indicates his top five are the Roto Grip TNT Infused, the Storm Journey, the Storm Phaze 2, the 900 Global Eternity Pi and the 900 Global Zen Gold Label.

Brian LeClair of Revolutions Pro Shop at Boulevard Bowl (and Del Lanes) said his top sellers are the Roto Grip Magic Gems and the Storm Journeys, which are very popular among the high-end scratch bowlers. For beginners and kids, the Tropical Surges balls are in demand.

Don’t forget other bowling supplies when you’re making your final gift runs. New bowling shoes, bowling ball cleaners, towels, single- and multiple-ball carry bags or rollers, wrist supports and small auxiliary bags for tape, scissors, rosin bags, and emergency items are also good ideas.

STRIKES & SPARES

Brittany Stillwell rolled her first 700 triple en route to a handicap total of 806 and earned $400 for winning the Amateur League Bowlers Association of New York’s singles tournament Sunday at Sportsman’s Bowl. Rounding out the cashers were Joanne Lenahan (792, $200), Tom Corcuera (752, $130), Steve Clow (732, $129), Rich Mull (730, $100), Adam Hadden (724, $90), Jason Quick (705, $85), Don Amyot (795, $80), Connie Gerardi (703, $75), Leon St. Andrew (691, $70), Dave Faulkner (688, $50) Cheryl Dalton (683, $50) and Frank Goebel (683, $50).

Dave Jecko and Larry Porter won the 13th annual Digger’s Doubles Over/Under 50 tournament Sunday at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy.

Tommy SanFilippo defeated Ethan Bromley 236-200 to win his first Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour title and $530 in scholarships last weekend at Pat Tarsio Lanes. Bromley earned $345 in scholarships, followed by Max Macklin ($225 in scholarships) and Stephanie O’Malley ($235 in scholarships).

Niki Battistoni of Sand Lake, who competes locally in the Towne Mixed Doubles league, earned the USBC national adult female high series award with an 866 triple rolled July 3 at Del Lanes during the Summer Semi Classic. She rolled games of 299, 267 and 300.

Boulevard Bowl is holding a Christmas Scotch Doubles event Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. Entry fee is $40 per team. Handicap is 80% of 220 team average. Contact Boulevard Bowl (518-374-4171) for more information.

Boulevard Bowl is also the host for the Benny’s Blind Bash on Jan. 20 (2:30 p.m.) and Jan. 21 (2 p.m.). Four-person teams will bowl three games with the curtains closed. Handicap is 90% of an 840 team average.

Towne Bowling Academy’s 14th annual Handicap Team Tournament continues with weekend squads running through Feb. 3. This weekend’s squads are tonight (Dec. 15) at 9:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Top prize is $4,000 guaranteed. There is also an optional singles event with a first place prize of $600. For more information, call 518-355-3939.

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Get Ready for the Lanes Holiday Tournament!

The Lanes Holiday Tournament is back and better than ever! Starting this Sunday at 2 p.m. and continuing through Jan. 7, this year’s tournament is sure to be a hit. The format is three-person teams, with a handicap set at 90% of 220. With one in eight teams cashing, and the top prize being $1,200 guaranteed, based on 100 teams, this is an event you won’t want to miss. The entry fee is $30 per bowler. To enter, stop by Uncle Sam Lanes, visit the Uncle Sam Christmas Tournament page on Facebook, or send info to xmastrny@gmail.com.

MAJOR BOWLING

Andrew Hall cranked out a 279-805, Brandon Wolf shot a 287-768, Jason Brown drilled a 268-756, Marty Capullo Jr. hammered a 279-738, John Pancake delivered a 290-738 and Jeff Kallner recorded a 275-733 in the Jamie Mazuryk Homes Team City League Monday night at Towne Bowling Academy. John Askew rolled a perfect game.

Chris Smith found the line for a 275-770, Jay Diamond delivered a 290-761, Amanda Chrzanowski fired a 279-750 and Joe Paone belted a 279-743 in the Sportsman’s Majors Monday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

In the Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic Tuesday night at Boulevard Bowl, Mike Scaccia slammed a 268-935 four-game series, and Derek Foti belted a 245-923.

Matt Fazzone hammered a 279-1,031 four-game series, Zack Porter drilled a 276-1,019, Scott Rogers rolled a 268-1,001 and Billy McGaffin Jr. cranked out a 268-1,000 in the Towne Mixed Doubles Wednesday night at Towne Bowling Academy.

J.P. Harrell banged out a 258-740, Terry Ray shot a 244-721, Mike Guidarelli tossed a 255-712, Robin Fredenburgh fired a 268-712, Joe Paone threw 269-710, Christian Chiarito ripped a 243-708 and Chamar Goodwin pounded a 278-708 in the Capital District All Star league Thursday night at Sportsman’s Bowl.

JAMIE MAZURYK HOMES TEAM CITY LEAGUE

Standings

ABS 58-12, Broadway Lanes 50-20, Towne Bowling Academy 48-22, Jamie Mazuryk Homes 46-24, Kristel Mechanic 46-24, DeCrescente Distributing 44-26, Sindoni Sausage 44-26, J&F Lawncare 39-31, Falvey Real Estate 39-31, Revolutions Pro Shop 38-32, Rollarama 36-34, Blake 925 33-37, KKV Recovery 29-41, Medic Property 28-42, Boulevard Bowl 26-44, Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet 25-45, Area 51-8 23-47, Solid Surface 20-50, The Heritage Group 17-53, L-Scape Design 11-59.

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Match Summaries

Kristel Mechanic (4)

Jeff Whitehouse 203-207-246 — 656, Ed White 215-222-213 — 650, Jason Impellizzeri 212-201-207 — 620, Bryan Kelley 213-213-234 — 660. Totals: 843-843-900 — 2,586.

Falvey Real Estate (1)

Dan Auricchio 212-181-234 — 627, Ron Unser 235-257-211 — 703, Lee Aiezza 191-186-193 — 570, Jeff Young 219-208-201 — 628. Totals: 857-832-839 — 2,538.

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KKV Recovery (0)

Kalynn Carl 256-172-237— 665, Vinny Struffolino 215-236-204 — 655, Nick DiCerbo 134-202-165 — 501, Kara Struffolino 189-215-232 — 636. Totals: 794-825-838 — 2,457.

Broadway Lanes (5)

John Pancake 223-290-225 — 738, Roy Vanderbogart 221-266-238 — 725, Steve Wagoner 191-243-257 — 691, Justin Barcomb 194-203-214 — 611. Totals: 829-1,002-934 — 2,765.

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L-Scape Design (0)

David Squires 223-266-218 — 707, Dave Henderson 173-164-209 — 546, Walter Thorne 212-209-180 — 601, Alex Wilson 209-225-187 — 621. Totals: 817-864-794 — 2,475.

Rollarama (5)

Jeremy Clute 175-164-220 — 559, Craig Taylor 259-244-246 — 749, Ron Paradiso 249-269-185 — 703, Ken LaBelle Jr. 212-232-234 — 678. Totals: 895-909-885 — 2,689.

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Towne Bowling Academy (5)

Tom Earl 231-224-257 — 712, Tony Palumbo 231-211-204 — 646, Steve Rock 206-212-200 — 618, Marty Capullo Jr. 245-279-214 — 738. Totals: 913-926-875 — 2,714.

Revolutions Pro Shop (0)

Scott Chastenay 203-205-236 — 644, David Orzechowski 204-201-193 — 598, Ryan Karabin 244-237-224 — 705, Billy Wigand 204-233-197 — 634. Totals: 835-876-850 — 2,581.

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Blake 925 (5)

Jessica Thomas 206-215-213 — 634, Scott Gregory 241-236-235 — 712, Steve Horwedel 202-278-216 — 696, John Askew 300-179-178 — 657. Totals: 949-908-842 — 2,699.

Solid Surface (0)

Cassius Boyd 204-181-208 — 593, Cheyanne Zullo 206-213-206 — 625, Lindsey McPhail 233-234-193 — 660, Anthony Auspelmyer 235-221-203 — 659. Totals: 878-849-810 — 2,537.

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J&F Lawncare (4)

Jason Brown 240-268-248 — 756, Nick Stricos 198 (1), Brandon Wolf 245-287-236 — 768, R.J. Martinez 192-236-225 — 653, Dylan Romanski 210-249 — 459 (2). Totals: 887-1,040-907 — 2,834.

DeCrescente Distributing (1)

Jessica Aiezza 226-225-204 — 655, Brian Mariano 190-207-257 — 654, Suzie Morine 201-213-235 — 649,Liz Kuhlkin 221-209-238 — 668. Totals: 838-854-934 — 2,626.

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The Heritage Group (1)

Mike Giaquinto 232-245-203 — 680, Morgan Lindsey 228-163-225 — 616, Bob Messick 256-172-200 — 628 Mike Nolan 255-202-186 — 643. Totals: 971-782-814 — 2,567.

Jamie Mazuryk Homes (4)

Tommy Donato (absent) 213-213-213 — 639, Chris Radliff 226-225-211 — 662, Joel Donato 279-246-198 — 723, Joe Mazuryk 243-256-193 — 692. Totals: 961-940-815 — 2,716.

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Sindoni Sausage (5)

Don Herrington 188-178-226 — 592, Mike Dicerbo 226-190-189 — 605, Andrew Hall 268-258-279 — 805, Joe VanDerLinden 938-852-901 — 2,691.

Area 51-8 (0)

Chuck Schissler 158-184-192 — 534, Jenn Schissler 226-194-245 — 665, Chris Lee 201-209-206 — 616, Gabe Criscuolo 179-179-237 — 595. Totals: 764-766-880 — 2,410.

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Medic Property (0)

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Exciting Bowling Action at Boulevard Bowl!

NEW YORK – The latest bowling scores are in, and the competition at Boulevard Bowl is heating up! Check out the highlights from the recent matches:

Boulevard Bowl (5)

P.J. Derenzo 225-249-185 — 659, Ken Wilkins 184-193-259 — 636, Mike Scaccia 205-156-220 — 581, Derek Foti 259-219-198 — 676. Totals: 873-817-862 — 2,552.

ABS (5)

Jeff Kallner 275-235-223 — 733, Matt Kallner 216-256-247 — 719, Scott Rogers 245-167-229 — 641, Matt Fazzone 200-269-259 — 728. Totals: 936-927-958 — 2,821.

Mohawk Honda/Chevrolet (0)

Ed Gumm 192-195-245 — 632, Chip Tashjian 210-181-183 — 574, Nunzi Manuli 201-170-268 — 639, Brad Lawyer 256-206-205 — 667. Totals: 859-752-901 — 2,512.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Universal Auto Parts 45.5-10.5, Precision Floors 36-20, Van Buren Enterprises 35-21, Muny Grille 34-22, TSS Printing 34-22, JL Designs 31-25, Next Level Detailing 29-27 M.L. Bellinger 29-27, Ten Eyck Insurance 26-30, Metroland Photo 26-30, Bob’s Pro Shop 25-31, Sportsman’s Bowl 205-35.5, All in 1 Realty 17-39 IDID 4-52.

Match summaries

JL Designs (2)

Justin Lansing 194-258-258 — 710, Jeremy McGaffin 222-228-217 — 667, Anthony Clay 158-226-156 — 540, Billy McGaffin Jr. 241-229-235 — 705. Totals: 815-941-866 — 2,622.

All in 1 Realty (2)

Kevin Palmer 203-232-245 — 680, Tammy Sader 267-155-216 — 638, Rich Rogaski 135-149-186 — 470, John Leone 223-267-240 — 730. Totals: 828-803-887 — 2,518.

And the excitement doesn’t stop there! Check out the latest scores from the FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC:

Standings

Boulevard Bowl 50-20, Masons Automotive 43-27, D.A. Parisi & Co. 31.5-38.5, Kalpro 31-39, MBM Motorsports 28.5-41.5, Derenzo’s Tax Service 26-44.

Match summaries

Boulevard Bowl (4)

Mike Scaccia 238-268-220-209 — 935, Attillio Scaccia 267-154-195-180 — 796, Derek Foti 234-229-215-245 — 923. Totals: 739-651-630-634 — 2,654.

Kalpro (1)

Keith Lawyer 225-225-189-181 — 820, Kyle Wilkins 227-247-118-212 — 874, Joe Carusone 183-213-231-200 — 827. Totals: 635-685-608-593 — 2,521.

With such fierce competition, the bowling action at Boulevard Bowl is not to be missed! Join us for the next round of matches and see who will come out on top!

Capital District All Star League Standings

(Wins-Losses-Points)

Next Level Detailing 29-13-227, Deitz Inc. 27-15, Voss Inc. 28-14-204.5, Camelot Print & Copy 23-19-189, Bob’s Pro Shop 23-19-189, Sportsman’s Bowl 22-20-181, Precision Floors 23-19-178, Café One Eleven 22-20-170.5, Team Fredenburgh 21-21-166, Sacandaga Service Station 21-21-163.5, Lean Machine Vending 20-22-160, Team Bassotti 18-24-144, Nex Gen Golf 16-26-140.5, Great Flats Brewing 16-26-133.5, R&M Homes 13-29-118.5, DePalma’s Custom Apparel 14-28-117.5.

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Match Summaries

Nex Gen Golf (9.5)

Chuck Schissler 180-197-189 — 566, Marissa Martinek 204-195-190 — 589, Kal

NEW YORK –

Local Bowling Results

Towne Mixed Doubles

Standings

ABS 181.5-118.5, Revolutions Pro Shop 177-123, Team Earl 177-123, JLD 174.5-125.5, My Three Sons 173.5-126.5, Next Level Detailing 170.5-129.5, A Plus Heating No. 1 165-135, Syron’s Market 164.5-135.5, Sindoni Sausage 159-141, Rogers Motorsports 154.5-145.5, 54 M Racing 149.5-150.5, Unbreakable Nutrition 149-151, T.J. Bell Environmental 142.5-157.5, Towne Bowling Academy 1395-160.5, Sportsman’s Bowl 138-162, TSS Printing 136.5-153.5, Battenkill Motor 136.5-163.5, Main Street Café 129.5-170.5, Never Enough Performance 123-177, A Plus Heating No. 2 59-241.

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Match Summaries

T.J. Bell Environmental (16)

Catie Bell 165-234-215-210 — 824, Mike Kamm 235-237-208-197 — 877. Totals: 447-518-470-454 — 1,889.

Main Street Café (4)

Ursula Pasquerella 257-214-145-178 — 794, Joe Venduro 245-218-185-185 — 833. Totals: 567-487-385-418 — 1,847.

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Never Enough Performance (7)

Kate Clark (absent) 200-200-200-200 — 800, Dave McLear 184-235-226-226 — 871. Totals: 417-468-459-459 — 1,803.

A Plus Heating No. 2 (13)

Michelle Largeteau 131-154-142-151 — 578, Gabe Criscuolo 190-244-235-171 — 840. Totals: 421-498-477-422 — 1,818.

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ABS (12)

Natasha Fazzone 187-259-174-183 — 803, Matt Fazzone 258-247-279-247 — 1,031. Totals: 454-515-462-439 — 1,870.

Revolutions Pro Shop (8)

Lindsey McPhail 216-243-258-220 — 937, Don Herrington 204-201-195-227 — 827. Totals: 435-459-468-462 — 1,824.

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Team Earl (12)

Renee Earl 198-196-201-152 — 747, Tom Earl 216-269-218-249 — 952. Totals: 453-504-458-440 — 1,855.

Next Level Detailing (8)

Kim Swiatocha 209-212-217-243 — 881, Matt Swiatocha 278-224-235-159 — 896. Totals: 505-454-470-420 — 1,849.

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JLD (14)

Amber Brophy 245-205-221-234 — 905, Billy McGaffin Jr. 268-246-228-258 — 1,000. Totals: 544-482-480-523 — 2,029.

A Plus Heating No. 1 (6)

Victoria Shufelt 233-191-226-226 — 876, Zack Porter 238-238-276-267 — 1,019. Totals: 492-450-523-514 — 1,979.

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My Three Sons (17)

Patricia Kelly 236-219-226-191 — 872, Scott Rogers 231-268-237-265 — 1,001 .Totals: 491-511-497-480 — 1,969.

Sindoni Sausage (3)

Liz Kuhlkin 235-259-238-233 — 965, Joe VanDerLinden 209-230-214-191 — 844. Totals: 454-499-462-434 — 1,849.

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Syron’s Market (9.5)

Amanda Chrzanowski 184-246-245-223 — 898, John Askew 237-227-246-279 — 989. Totals: 439-491-509-520 — 1,959.

Rogers Motorsports (10.5)

Kelly Chrzanowski 217-207-233-212 — 869, Tom Rogers 248-213-255-213 — 929. Totals: 506-461-529-466 — 1,962.

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54 M Racing (9)

Cheyanne Zullo 206-248-226-175 — 855, Cassius Boyd 221-226-236-192 — 875. Totals: 464-511-499-404 — 1,878.

Unbreakable Nutrition (11)

Niki Battistoni 258-251-197-185 — 891, Peter Battistoni 255-213-211-215 — 894. Totals: 538-489-433-425 — 1,885.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (9)

Erika Poje 194-166-210-180 — 750, Rob Rorick 244-257-192-268 — 961. Totals: 496-481-460-506 — 1,943.

Towne Bowling Academy (11)

Debbie Capullo 226-276-182-247 — 931, Steve Wagoner 266-244-245-201 — 956. Totals: 509-537-444-465 — 1,955.

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TSS Printing (10)

Jackie Malone (absent) 202-202-202-202 — 808, Paul Dumas 251-259-217-255 — 982. Totals: 481-489-447-485 — 1,902.

Battenkill Motor (10)

Laura Rotter 224-258-223-177 — 882, Jeff Kallner 230-217-216-203 — 866. Totals: 484-505-469-410 — 1,868.

NEW YORK – Check out the latest bowling scores from the local league matches. See how the teams fared and who the standout performers were in each game.

Great Flats Brewing (14.5)

Bill Carl 119-185-189 — 493, Bill Rucinski Sr. 160-247-257 — 664, Pete Konrad 186-266-183 — 635. Totals: 465-698-629 — 1,792.

R&M Homes (12)

Mike Smith 166-212-215 — 593, Zach Valentine 179-185-215 — 579, Kim Swiatocha 226-227-224 — 677. Totals: 571-624-654 — 1,849.

DePalma’s Custom Apparel (12)

Absentee 200-200-200 — 600, Joe Lenge 227-193-225 — 645, Gabe Criscuolo 225-225-215 — 665. Totals: 652-618-640 — 1,910.

Next Level Detailing (16)

J.P. Harrell 235-247-258 — 740, Mike Liberatore 170-174-212 — 556, Chamar Goodwin 278-213-217 — 708. Totals: 683-634-687 — 2,004.

Voss Inc. (8)

Zach Gravell 183-201-225 — 609, Chuck Sheifer 187-209-202 — 598, Thomas DiBell 234-225-228 — 687. Totals: 604-635-655 — 1,894.

Deitz Inc. (16)

Connor Stoliker 237-226-210 — 672, Mike Guidarelli 255-246-211 — 712, Aiden Deitz 215-266-206 — 687. Totals: 707-738-627 — 2,072.

Bob’s Pro Shop (8)

Anthony Clay 220-214-246 — 680, Bob Tedesco Jr. 184-214-225 — 623, Ron Williams 222-212-232 — 666. Totals: 626-640-703 — 1,969.

Camelot Print & Copy (17)

Joe Paone 269-227-214 — 710, Jackie Lynn Noble 196-242-168 — 606, B.J. Rucinski 264-234-188 — 686. Totals: 729-703-570 — 2,002.

Precision Floors (7)

Bill Dunn 225-200-201 — 626, Terry Ray 244-236-241 — 721, Tom Siatkowski 210-216-215 — 641. Totals: 679-652-657 — 1,988.

Sportsman’s Bowl (15)

Jodi Musto 200-203-201 — 604, Andrew Reinitz 229-187-215 — 631, Christian Chiarito 227-238-243 — 708. Totals: 656-628-659 — 1,943.

Team Fredenburgh (9)

Robin Fredenburgh 241-268-203 — 712, James Cardany 212-220-209 — 641, Tom Santerre 163-189-195 — 547. Totals: 616-677-607 — 1,900.

Sacandaga Service Station (7)

Kevin Benedetto 223-194-169 — 586, Scott Stoliker 171-178-197 — 546, Curt Benedetto Jr. 250-233-191 — 674. Totals: 644-605-557 — 1,806.

Café One Eleven (17)

John Starr 180-223-225 — 628, Bryan Admire 246-202-213 — 661, Joe DiBiase 187-218-203 — 608. Totals: 613-643-641 — 1,897.

Lean Machine Vending (19)

Chad Christenson 180-222-200 — 602, Ursula Pasquerella 222-177-208 — 607, Joe Daurizio 226-227-199 — 652. Totals: 628-626-607 — 1,861.

Team Bassotti (5)

Jim Bassotti 194-198-224 — 616, Sharon Carson 182-212-212 — 606, John Leone 194-215-161 — 570. Totals: 570-625-597 — 1,792.

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  1. Agree. Erika’s determination and resilience in overcoming Lyme disease is truly inspiring. Her success in bowling is well-deserved.

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