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Schenectady’s Rucinski Finds Success with Power and Precision

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Meet B.J. Rucinski, a 48-year-old Schenectady resident who is a force to ‌be reckoned with on the bowling lanes. He attributes his success to ​the ⁢valuable lessons he ‍learned from his father, Bill Rucinski, and Bob Tedesco Jr. who‌ taught ⁣him ‍the ​game from the accuracy department and ⁣how to ⁢develop​ the power game, respectively.

Rucinski,​ who has always had very good hand-eye ⁤coordination, started bowling relatively late at the age of 21. ‌He has since⁢ become a solid competitor and⁣ currently leads the Capital District All Star League Thursday nights at Sportsman’s Bowl in average ​(238). He also carries around a 240 average in another of his leagues at Sportsman’s Bowl on Tuesday nights.

He has recorded 37 ⁢perfect ‍games and 25 800⁢ triples. Rucinski once averaged as⁤ high as 242 in an ‌adult-child league at Del Lanes. His previous high average in an adult scratch league was 235. Among his favorite career achievements was his four appearances ‌on⁤ the old Northeast‌ Bowling Proprietors of ⁣New York’s Capital Region Huck Finn televised tournaments. In one of those, he competed ⁣with his grandmother, who, like his ⁢mother, father and daughter, ‌loves to bowl.

He’s rolled back-to-back perfect games, won the Schenectady USBC ‌team event‌ with Jeff Kallner, Eric Hilton and Jason Deitz and also captured the Schenectady‍ USBC doubles title while competing with ‍his dad. Rucinski has been a regular participant in the​ USBC Nationals.

“I’m not quite sure why I’m bowling so well right now,” he said. “Maybe it’s the fact ⁤that I bowled in a sports shot league‌ with my ⁣daughter [Emma] over the summer, and​ I haven’t bowled over ‌the summer in a very long time. I did ⁤change the pitches in my bowling ​balls, especially ‌in ⁢the fingers ​to ⁤alleviate some of the ⁣pressure. I ⁤haven’t ‌done a whole lot different with my game, although I’ve worked more on repeating my shots and slowing down. I’m also more motivated to stay ahead of my daughter. She’s beaten me⁣ a few​ times in the ⁢adult-child league.”

Rucinski, whose booming baritone⁣ voice helped him as a disc⁢ jockey in one of ⁣his⁤ first jobs, said his daughter ⁣is excelling in the junior bowling program ​at Sportsman’s Bowl ‍and on the Notre‍ Dame-Bishop‌ Gibbons ‌High School team.

“She’s​ got a great attitude and doesn’t get upset even if ‍she‌ misses the head pin,” he said. “We love bowling together. Even though she didn’t bowl great over the summer in our‌ sport league,‌ she learned a lot and became even more dedicated ‌to improving her game.”

The vice president of operations at Camelot Print & Copy Centers graduated from Colonie High⁣ School in 1993 and studied business management at Hudson Valley Community College. He’s been helping out at Tedesco’s Bob’s Pro ‍Shop at Sportsman’s Bowl for the last 16 years.

“Bobby ​and I bowled together ​on Tuesday nights, and I asked​ him if he ever ⁣needed help in ‌the pro shop, I would love ⁢to learn,” Rucinski said.‌ “So he trained‌ me over the summer time, and I began ​plugging ‌and drilling balls.⁤ Now, I’ve‍ got some regulars‍ who I drill balls for. I love to see someone improve their game with equipment I drilled for them.”

Helping others improve their ⁣game is something Rucinski has done for a couple of decades now. He coached the⁣ Mohonasen varsity bowling team for a couple of seasons after eight seasons as the JV coach and continues to give lessons to high school athletes or to league bowlers interested in improving their games.

“I’ve been asked by a few high schools to come‍ back and coach their team, but I don’t want to miss my daughter’s matches.​ I still help people when I’m asked. J.P. Harrell and I work on‌ his game, and Bill Carl recently asked⁤ me to ⁢look at his game and give⁣ him some pointers,” Rucinski said.

He plans ⁤on bowling in plenty ‍of tournaments with his favorite group of teammates that includes Harrell, Chamar Goodwin and Joe Paone.

“We get along well‍ together and have similar ⁤styles,” Rucinski said. “We plan ⁤on competing in a bunch of events coming up like the Green Mountain Open, the City Tournament and many others. I really like the team part of bowling.

“I’m not done competing by a long shot.⁣ I’ve even had some guys⁣ ask me to​ bowl with them in some of the over-under 50⁤ events, but I’ve ⁣had to remind them that I’m not 50 yet!”

STRIKES & SPARES

Revolutions Pro Shop proprietor and former PBA50 Player of the Year Brian LeClair won⁤ the Sammy Ventura Good Stuff ‌Tournament over the weekend‍ at Ideal Lanes in Endicott. LeClair defeated Ryan Galli 253-236 for the overall title (qualifying was in age group divisions) and $1,800. Don Herrington tied ⁣for fourth⁣ and earned $525, while Connor ⁣LeClair, Brian’s son, finished ⁣5-7 and earned a $375 check.

The next two Amateur League Bowlers‌ Association of New York’s tournaments will be for competitors with established tournament⁣ averages only. There will ​be a ⁣singles event on Feb. 11 ​(Towne Bowling Academy) and‌ a doubles event at KPA ​Latham with usual⁣ 9:30 a.m. starts.

High ​school bowling sectionals ⁣will once again be held ‍at Boulevard Bowl ⁤next month. The ⁤schedule will be Feb. 8​ (girls),‌ Feb. 9 (boys’ class A), Feb. 12 ⁢(boys’ Class B) and Feb. 13 (boys’ Class​ C-D).

The 50th annual​ Electric City Women’s ‌600 Club Tournament will be‍ held ‌March 2 at 1 ​p.m.⁣ at Sportsman’s ⁢Bowl. Entry forms are available at Sportsman’s Bowl, Towne Bowling Academy and Boulevard Bowl. For more information, contact Marianne Hogle at 518-421-4624.

Hilltop Bowl’s third⁤ annual King ‍of the Hill‍ Tournament is ⁢set for ⁣Jan rnrn

Exciting Bowling Events in⁤ the‍ Capital⁤ District

Looking for some fun and competitive bowling events in ⁢the ‌Capital District? Look no further! There are several exciting tournaments⁤ coming up that are sure to get your competitive juices flowing. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just looking to have ‌some fun,​ there’s something for everyone.

Hilltop Bowl

On January 27th at 1 p.m.,⁣ Hilltop​ Bowl will be hosting a ⁢tournament with an entry fee of ⁢$50 and a first ‌place prize⁢ of $1,000. The format includes ​four games of qualifying with the top 16 advancing to match play. ⁢Handicap is 80% of 220.​ For more information, call 518-235-4148.

But that’s ‍not all! Hilltop Bowl‌ is also the host for the next Capital District Youth Scholarship ‍Tour on‍ January 28th at 12:30 p.m. The Joey Schmidt Capital⁤ District Junior Pro Scoring League is scheduled for the‍ same site during the morning.

Boulevard Bowl

Head over to Boulevard Bowl for ⁢the Benny’s Blind⁤ Bash on Saturday at 2:30​ p.m. and ⁣Sunday at⁤ 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

Don’t miss ‌Towne‍ Bowling Academy’s 14th annual⁢ Handicap Team Tournament, running ⁤through February 3rd. 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.

And that’s not all! Town ’N​ Country’s Bakers Doubles‌ Tournament runs every weekend through February 4th. Entry fee is ​$60 per team, and handicap is 100% of 225. One in six teams will ⁣cash. Last year’s event‍ had a total prize fund of⁤ $10,000, with $2,000 for first place.

Uncle​ Sam Lanes

Uncle Sam Lanes will host the Bazar Auto Parts Super Bowl Baker Doubles ‍on‍ February 11th. Entry fee ​is $45 per team, and the field will be limited to the ‍first 52 paid entries. First place is $1,000. Contact Darrell Coonrad (518-817-3505) or Rob Daigneault (518-859-6726) for reservations.

And⁤ if you’re looking to‌ improve your game, “Mr. 300” Bob ⁤Learn will ​be offering a special bowling lesson⁢ on⁤ February 24th at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m.⁢ at Uncle Sam Lanes. The cost is $75. Call Del Picard (508-642-6130) to make a reservation or ⁢to receive more information.

Sportsman’s Bowl

Don’t miss the Albany Senate‍ Trio‍ Tournament at‍ Sportsman’s Bowl on February 17th and 18th. First place is $1,500, based on 80 entries. Bowlers must ​be certified by both the USBC and TNBA.⁣ Entry fee is $90 per team, plus optional ​$10 fees for handicap and scratch singles. ​Handicap is⁣ 90% of 230.⁢ There will be⁢ brackets, raffles, a⁢ mystery⁤ game and scratch/handicap jackpots available. Contact Robert Danzy (518-507-2218) or mail entries to 51 Clifford Road, Menands, NY 12304.

And that’s not all! Sammy‍ Ventura’s “Good Stuff” Tour Singles Eliminator will be held on February​ 10th ‍at Towne Bowling⁣ Academy. Entry fee is $70. There will be four games of qualifying,⁤ and one in five bowlers will advance to the one-game eliminators until there is⁤ one under-50 bowler and one over-50⁢ bowler left. Call‌ 315-256-7100 for more information.

Applications for the 2024 John⁤ Drexel ‌Memorial Scholarship are now available. Contact JDScholarCommittee@gmail.com for more‌ information and a copy of the scholarship application. The John Drexel Memorial​ Doubles at Town ‍’N Country Lanes will be held April⁤ 14, with⁢ qualifying⁤ squads at⁣ 9 a.m. and noon. First place will be $2,000 ​based on 50 teams. Entry⁤ fee is $130 per team, and one in six teams will make ​the finals off ⁤each squad. Call Julie Drexel (518-461-2564) or Anthony Scaccia⁤ (518-881-5054) for reservations.

Troy USBC

The Troy USBC’s 47th annual 700 Club Tournament will be held at Green Island Lanes on February⁢ 10th. The top eight bowlers from each qualifying squad advance to head-to-head roll-offs. ⁤Each squad is limited to⁣ 64 bowlers. Entry fee is $40. Make checks payable ⁣to the Troy Bowling Association and send them to Paul ⁤Bodnar, 124 Russell Road, Schuylerville NY⁢ 12871. For more⁢ information, call 518-248-3622.

MAJOR ⁣BOWLING

It’s not just ⁣about tournaments! Check out the latest high-scoring games from the ‌Jamie Mazuryk⁣ Homes⁢ Team City League,⁢ Sportsman’s⁣ Majors, and‍ Frank DePalma Boulevard Classic. There’s some impressive bowling talent on display!

With so ⁤many exciting events coming up, there’s​ no shortage of bowling action in the Capital District. Whether you’re a⁢ competitive bowler⁣ or just looking for some fun, there’s something for everyone. Don’t miss out on these ⁣thrilling ‍tournaments and high-scoring games!

High Scores⁤ from the Lanes

Check out the impressive scores from ​the latest bowling matches:

Revolutions Pro‌ Shop (4)

Zach Strachan 184-234-236 — 654, ⁢David Orzechowski ⁣190-226-236 —⁤ 652, Ryan Karabin 244-234-221 — 699, Billy Wigand 244-201-234 — ⁤679. Totals: 862-895-927 — 2 684.

Boulevard Bowl (1)

P.J. Derenzo 267-240-266 — 773, Mark ⁣Derenzo 189-213-227 — 629, Ken Wilkins 175-185-244 — 604,‌ Mike⁤ Scaccia 208-219-203 — 630. Totals: 839-857-940 — 2 636.

Area 51-8‌ (1)

Chuck Schissler ‍182-180-196 — 558, Jenn Schissler 224-269-210 — 703, Chris Lee 237-228-197 — 662, Gabe Criscuolo ‌193-246-260 — 699. Totals: 836-923-863 — 2,622.

Falvey Real Estate (4)

Dan​ Auricchio 279-267-279 — 775,‌ Ron Unser 216-201-215 — 632, Lee Aiezza 200-185-226 — 611,‍ Jeff Young 278-245-223 — 746. Totals: 973-898-893 — 2,764.

L-Scape⁣ Design (4)

Tom ⁤Egan Jr. 212-246-279 — 737, David Squires 222-259-176 — 657, Dave Henderson 195-200-173 — 568, ⁤Walter Thorne‍ 268-218-220 — 706. Totals: 897-923-848 — 2,668.

Mohawk⁤ Honda/Chevrolet (1)

Nunzi Manuli 233-223-193 —‍ 649, Chip Tashjian 191-220-208 — 619, Jody Becker ​244-255-224 — 723, Brad Lawyer 227-213-228 — 668. ​Totals: 895-911-853 — 2,659.

KKV Recovery ‌(1)

Kalynn Carl 224-205-258 — 687, Vinny Struffolino 191-180-268 — 639, Nick DiCerbo​ 201-198-159 ‍— ⁤558, ⁣Kara Struffolino 259-289-211 — 759.Totals: 875-872-896 ​— 2,643.

Kristel Mechanic‌ (4)

Jeff Whitehouse 210-248-256 — 714, Marty McClune 215-270-230 ⁤— 715, ⁤Jason Impellizzeri 174-266-256 — 696, Bryan ​Kelley 148-191-234 — 573. ‍Totals: 747-975-976 — 2,698.

Medic Property (1)

Thomas Santerre 171-191-201 —⁢ 563, Joe Paone 238-258-276 — 772, Chris Tinkle 172-255-223 — 650, ⁤Michael Eaton (absent) 195-195-195 — 585. Totals: 776-899-895 —​ 2,570.

ABS (4)

Jeff ⁣Kallner 246-220-279 ⁤— 745, Matt Kallner 244-153-169 — 566, Scott Rogers 257-231-206‌ — 694, Matt Fazzone 278-237-268 — 783. Totals: 1,025-841-922 — 2,788.

Towne Bowling Academy (5)

Tom Earl 258-248-221 — 727, Tony Palumbo 125-206-245 — 576, Marty Capullo Jr. 299-278-234 — 811, Marissa Martinek 193-158-183 — 534. Totals: 875-890-883 — 2,648.

The Heritage Group (0)

Mike Giaquinto 200-224-220 — 644, Morgan Lindsey (absent) 205-205-205 — 615, Bob Messick 192-187-197 — 576, Bill Nolan 257-154-225 — 636. Totals: ​909-892-876 — 2,677.

Rollarama (1)

Dan​ Rotter 210-211-215 — 636, ⁢Jeremy Clute 217-182-235 — 634, Ron Paradiso 212-210-217 — 639, Ken LaBelle Jr.⁣ 268-178-219 — 665. Totals:‌ 907-781-886⁣ — ⁤2,574.

Jamie Mazuryk Homes (4)

Tommy Donato 213-220-223 — 656, ‌Chris Radliff 225-202-180 — 607, Joel Donato 172-243-228 — 643, Joe Mazuryk 299-227-245 — 771. Totals: 909-892-876 — 2,677.

Blake 925 (0)

Paul Horwedel⁣ 236-193-211 — 640, Scott Gregory 222-229-237 — 679,‌ Tom Rogers 236-221-203 — 640, Steve ⁤Horwedel 248-276-193 — 717. Totals: 942-890-844 ​— 2,676.

Broadway Lanes (5)

John Pancake 268-238-245 — 751, Roy Vanderbogart 193-228-235 — 656, Steve Wagoner 246-269-221 — 736, Justin Barcomb⁣ 239-255-227 — 721. Totals: 946-990-928 — 2,864.

SPORTSMAN’S MAJORS

Standings

Check⁤ out⁣ the current standings of ⁤the Sportsman’s Majors league:

Universal Auto Parts 4-0, Next Level Detailing 4-0, Sportsman’s Bowl 4-0, Precision Floors 3-1, Ten Eyck ⁤Insurance 3-1, Bob’s Pro Shop 3-1, Van‍ Buren ‍Enterprises 2-2,‍ Metroland Photo 2-2, Muny‍ Grille 1-3, M.L. Bellinger 1-3, TSS Printing 1-3, JL Designs 0-4, All in 1 Realty 0-4, IDID 0-4.

Match ​Summaries

Get a recap ⁤of the latest matches:

All⁢ in 1 Realty⁢ (0)

Dean Halpin⁢ 176-213-218 — 607, Tammy Sader 196-184-246 — 626,⁢ Rich Rogaski 170-193-178 —‌ 541, John Leone 258-225-212 — 695. Totals: 800-815-854⁣ — 2,469.

Universal Auto Parts (4)

And Smith 213-191-183 — 587, Bill Heaphy​ III 213-215-259 — 687, ⁤Chris Fedden 201-211-212 — 624,⁣ Chris Smith⁢ 228-256-227 —⁣ 711. Totals: 855-873-881 —⁣ 2,609.

Bob’s Pro Shop (3)

B.J. Rucinski Jr .213-195-235 — 643, Earl Lawrence Jr. 222-2224-224 — 670, Bob Tedesco Jr. 221-216-211 —‌ 648, Mike Smith 196-245-180 — 621. Totals: 852-889-850 —​ 2,582.

TSS ​Printing (1)

Mike Voss 189-224-203 — 616, Cory Buckley 194-220-209 — ⁤623, Tyler Mochrie 204-193-203 —⁢ 600, Matt Olson 264-217-256 — 737. Totals: 851-854-871 — 2,576.

Ten Eyck Insurance (3)

Mike​ Isabella Jr. 205-238-211 — 654, Joe D’Aurizio Jr. 183-217-224 — 624, Joe D’Aurizio Sr. 288-209-210 — 707, Ron ‍Williams 265-226-237 — 728. Totals: 941-890-882 — 2,713.

M.L. Bellinger ​(1)

Local Bowling​ Scores

Check out the latest bowling scores from the local leagues!

Mike Liberatore 241-225-206 — 672,⁣ Mike Bellinger 245-214-206 ⁤— 665, Kristine Gravelll‌ 247-236-245 — 728, Zach Gravell Sr. 182-230-214 — 626. ⁣Totals: 915-905-871 — 2,691.

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Sportsman’s Bowl (4)

Aiden Deitz 234-256-186 — 676, Bob Bush 209-207-224 — 640, Tim Bush 212-202-238 — 652,⁤ Bill Carl 224-201-227 — ‍652. Totals: 879-866-875 — 2,620.

JL⁣ Designs (0)

Justin Lansing 244-227-198 — 669, Jeremy McGaffin 189-194-244​ — 627, Anthony Clay 211-222-197 — 630, Billy McGaffin Jr. 169-189-211 — 569. Totals: 813-832-850 — 2,495.

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IDID (0)

Tony Fernandez 137-186-198 — ⁢521, Jim Petronis‍ 218-191-202 — 611, Jim Valentino 172-167-177 ‌— 516, A.J. Perone ⁢(absent) 200-200-200 ‌— 600. Totals: 727-744-777 ⁢— 2,248.

Next Level Detailing‌ (4)

Terry Ray 238-246-256 — 740, ⁣Patricia Kelly 189-216-188 — 593, Amanda Chrzanowski 237-242-223 — 702, J.P. Harrell 253-235-202 — 690. Totals:‌ 917-939-869 — 2,725.

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Metroland Photo (2)

Lee ‌Quivey 180-194-162 — 536, ⁢Steve Renzi 247-225-203 ​— 675, Mike⁤ Gallitelli 226-194-180​ — 600, B.J. ⁢Smith Jr. 202-257-202 — 661. Totals: 856-870-747 — 2,472.

Van Buren Enterprises (2)

Art ​Van Buren 183-191-213 — 587, Rich Manzer Jr. 193-222-215 — 630, Brian French (absent) 200-200-200 — 600, Austin Van Buren 207-247-242 — 696.⁢ Totals: 783-860-870 — 2,513.

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Muny⁢ Grille (1)

Mark Ray ​202-175-237 — 614, Sherm Bowman 198-196-203 — ⁢597, Jay Diamond (absent)⁤ 200-200-200 — 600,⁣ Jamie Diamond 194-256-223⁤ — 673. Totals: 794-827-863 — 2,484.

Precision ⁤Floors (3)

Mike Guidarelli 238-219-221‍ — 678, Jim Bassotti 245-218-236‍ — 699, Matt‍ Swiatocha 226-247-191 — 664, Tom Siatkowski 240-262-207​ — 709. Totals:⁣ 949-946-855 — 2,750.

FRANK DePALMA BOULEVARD CLASSIC

Standings

Boulevard Bowl 10-5, MBM ⁣Motorsports 9-6, Derenzo’s‍ Tax Service 9-6, Masons Automotive 6-9, D.A. Parisi & ⁤Co. 6-9, Kalpro 5-10.

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Match summaries

Derenzo’s Tax Service (1)

P.J. Derenzo 188-223-191-209 — 811,​ Anthony Clay 152-181-233-257 — 823, Don⁣ Cross 200-246-186-197 — 829. Totals: 540-650-610-663 — 2,463.

Boulevard⁣ Bowl (4)

Mike Scaccia 244-194-266-238 —⁢ 942, Brian Hart 196-234-206-225 — 861, Derek Foti 221-223-193-183 — 820. Totals: 661-651-665-646 — 2,623.

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D.A. Parisi & ‌Co. (4)

John Mecca 225-269-244-213 — 951, Jeff Williams 178-155-184-222 — 739, Ken Wilkins 191-267-185-174 — ‌817. Totals: 594-691-613-669 — 2,507.

Masons Automotive (1)

Mark Hansen 235-246-215-195 — 891, Robin Fredenburgh 147-190-190-190 — 717, B.J. Smith‍ Jr. ⁤201-168-213-194 — 776. Totals: 583-604-618-579 — 2,384.

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MBM Motorsports (4)

Zach Mecca 202-173-203-212 — 790, Tony ‍Bianchi ⁣205-298-200-251 — 954, Tom‌ Girard⁢ 218-192-176-231 — 817. Totals:⁣ 625-663-59-694 — 2,561.

Kalpro‍ (1)

Keith Lawyer 169-221-156-174 — 720, Kyle Wilkins 191-226-256-223 — 896, Joe Carusone 211-191-203-155 — 760. Totals: 571-638-615-552 —‍ 2,376.

TOWNE MIXED DOUBLES

Standings

Never Enough Performance 56.5-23.5, A Plus Heating No. 1 56-24, Team Earl 54.5-25.5, JLD 49.5-30.5, Sindoni Sausage 49-31, My Three Sons 47-33, Sportsman’s Bowl 47-33, Revolutions Pro Shop 44-36, Towne Bowling Academy 44-36, Battenkill Motor ​41-39, Syrons’s Market 40-40, ABS 38-42, ‍54 M Racing 35-45, TSS Printing 34-46, Rogers Motorsports ⁤34-46, Unbreakable Nutrition 32-48, Main ‍Street Café ‍32-48, Next Level⁣ Detailing 30-50, T.J. ⁣Bell Environmental 19.5-60.5,⁤ A Plus Heating No. 2 17-63.

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Match summaries

Battenkill Motor (18)

Laura Rotter 201-202-180-182 — 765, Dan Rotter‌ 215-244-255-246 — 960.⁢ Totals: 457-487-476-469 — 1,889.

Next Level Detailing (2)

Kim Swiatocha 205-206-196-180 —​ 787, Matt Swiatocha 226-2445-249-200 — 920. Totals: 449-469-463-398 — 1, 779.

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T.J. Bell Environmental (5)

Eliza Arasim 255-223-169-192 —⁤ 839, Mike Kamm 232-245-199-224 —​ 900. Totals: 518-499-399-447 —⁤ 1,863.

JLD⁤ (15)

Amber ​Brophy 193-196-181-205 — 775, Billy McGaffin ​Jr. 267-288-257-239 — ⁢1,051.‍ Totals: 488-512-466-272 — 1,938.

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Syron’s Market (16)

Amanda Chrzanowski⁣ 266-288-276-265 ⁣—⁤ 1,095, John Askew ​234-268-210-212 — 924. Totals:‌ 518-574-504-495 — 2,091.

Revolutions Pro Shop ⁢(4)

Lindsey McPhail 167-238-238-215 ‍— 858, Don Herrington 178-180-233-289 —‌ 880 .Totals: 359-432-485-518 — 1,794.

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Sindoni’s Sausage (15)

Liz Kuhlkin 223-289-247-248 ⁢— 1,007, Dave Samborin 216-201-207-197 — 821. Totals: 467-518-482-473 — 1,940.

Main​ Street⁣ Café (5)

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Capital District All Star League ⁤Standings

Check out the latest standings for the Capital District All⁣ Star League below:

Next Level Detailing – 29-18-311

Deitz Inc. ​ – 38-19-281

Precision Floors – 34-23-270

Camelot Print & ‍Copy – 33.5-23.5-269

Sacandaga Service Station – 30-27-243.5

Bob’s Pro Shop – ‌30-27-243.5

Voss Inc. ⁤- ⁤31.5-25.5-240.5

Team​ Bassotti – 28-29-224.5

Sportsman’s Bowl – 26-31-216.5

Café ⁤One Eleven – 27-30-215.5

Lean Machine Vending – 26.5-30.5-208

ICRYO – 26-31-208

Great Flats⁢ Brewing – 26-31-199.5

NexGen⁤ Golf – 21.5-35.5-189

R&M Homes ​- 19-38-167.5

DePalma’s‌ Custom Apparel – 20-37-160.5

Match Summaries

Get⁤ the latest match summaries⁤ for the ​Capital District All Star League‌ below:

Precision Floors (18)

Bill Dunn 201-170-196 — 567, Terry Ray ⁣212-214-182 — 608, Tony⁤ Palumbo 203-219-256 — 678. Totals: 616-603-634 — 1,853.

Great Flats Brewing (6)

Bill Carl 161-219-167‌ — 547, Bob Bush 192-224-178 — 594, Pete Konrad 190-244-180 — 616. ⁣Totals: 543-687-525 ​— 1,755.

Lean Machine Vending (18.5)

Chad ​Christenson 195-211-214 — 620, Ursula Pasquerella ⁢196-223-193 — 612, Joe D’Aurizio 277-235-224 — 736. Totals: 668-669-631 — 1,968.

NexGen Golf (5.5)

Curt Benedetto Sr. 196-209-213 — 618, Marissa Martinek 277-194-235 — 706,‌ Kalynn Carl 195-195-172 — 562.⁣ Totals: 668-598-620 — 1,886

Next Level Detailing (23)

J.P.⁤ Harrell 195-239-229 — 663, Mike ⁣Liberatore 227-246-215 — 688, Chamar ​Goodwin 279-230-228⁣ — 737. Totals: 701-715-672 — 2,088.

Voss Inc. (1)

Mike Voss 247-191-163⁤ — 601, Chuck Sheifer 173-174-178 ​— 525, Thomas DiBell 192-228-181 — 601.⁤ Totals: 612-593-522 — 1,727.

Sacandaga‍ Service Station (22)

Kevin Benedetto 172-245-257 —‍ 674, Scott Stoliker 189-256-216 — 661, Curt Benedetto Jr. 246-213-204 —⁣ 663. Totals: ⁢607-714-677 — 1,998.

ICRYO⁣ (2)

Robin Fredenburgh 187-225-213 — 625, James Cardany 192-234-209 ‌— 635, Pete Benedetto 227-203-187 — 617. Totals: 606-662-609 — 1,877.

Deitz Inc. (22)

Tim​ Bush 267-207-256 — 730, Connor ⁣Stoliker 180-155-241 — 576, Aiden Deitz 269-256-187 — 712.‌ Totals:‍ 716-618-684 —⁤ 2,018.

Sportsman’s Bowl (2)

Jodi Musto‌ 227-173-236 — 636, Andrew Reinitz 187-162-219 — 568, Christian Chiarito 217-247-160 — 624. Totals: 631-582-615 — 1,828.

Camelot Print & Copy (8)

Joe⁣ Paone⁤ 241-223-257 — 721, Jackie Lynn Noble 180-148-199 — 527, B.J. Rucinski 259-222-200 — 681. Totals:‌ 680-593-656 — 1,929.

Bob’s Pro Shop ‍(16)

Anthony Clay 217-178-226 — 621, Bob Tedesco Jr. 191-267-203 — 661, Ron Williams ⁣238-231-238 ‌— 707. Totals: 646-676-667 — 1,989.

R&M Homes (6)

Mike Smith 181-214-202 — 597, Zach Valentine 219-180-193 — 592, Zach Gravell ‍202-190-234 —⁢ 626. Totals: 602-584-629 — 1,815.

Team Bassotti

Bowling Night Showdown

Check out the⁣ latest results⁢ from ‍the bowling night showdown! The competition was fierce and the scores were impressive.⁤ Let’s ⁢take a look at⁢ how⁢ the ​teams performed:

Team Jim Bassotti

Jim Bassotti ⁤ showed off his skills with a score of 637, while Absentee also put up ​a solid 600. The team’s total⁣ score came to⁤ 1,874, ⁣making them a force to be reckoned with.

Team DePalma’s Custom Apparel

Gabe Criscuolo led the team with a score of 597, and Earl Lawrence Jr. impressed with a score ⁢of 638.⁣ Their combined effort resulted in a total score of 1,797.

Team ‌Café One Eleven

Bryan Admire led the charge ⁤with​ an impressive score of⁤ 639, and John Starr and Joe Dibiase also put up strong numbers. Their​ total score of ‌1,899 secured‍ them a well-deserved victory.

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Rafael Torres
Rafael Torres
Rafael Torres, a native of Schenectady, has returned to his hometown after several years of reporting in the Midwest. A graduate of Missouri School of Journalism, Alex is known for his empathetic approach to local news, covering everything from community events to local governance, always with an aim to bridge diverse perspectives.
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