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Women's Senior Singles
Draws 548 Entrants
JULY 16, 2014 -- A total of 548 bowlers from throughout New York State have entered the 34th NYS Women's Senior Singles Championships, which are scheduled for Aug. 15-17 and 22-24 at Rapids Bowling Center in Niagara Falls.
Participants in six age classifications will bowl six games over their two days of competition, with at least one out of every seven bowlers earning prize money. The champions in each division (six-game totals with handicap) will receive paid entries to the 2015 USBC Senior Championships.
CLICK HERE for the website of the Niagara Falls Visitors and Convention Bureau.
Entrants and their lane assignments are as follows:
CLICK HERE for Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. and Aug. 16 at 9:30 a.m.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 16 at Noon and Aug. 17 at 2:30 p.m.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 16 at 2:30 p.m. and Aug. 16 at Noon.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 16 at 5 p.m. and Aug. 17 at 9:30 a.m.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 22 at 6 p.m. and Aug. 23 at 9:30 a.m.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 23 at Noon and Aug. 24 at 2:30 p.m.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 23 at 2:30 p.m. and Aug. 24 at Noon.
CLICK HERE for Aug. 23 at 5 p.m. and Aug. 24 at 9:30 a.m.
NYS USBC Co-Sponsors Collegiate Expo
COLLEGIATE EXPO SPONSORS: The New York State USBC, in conjunction with the Rochester USBC BA and the Rochester USBC Youth, co-sponsored a Coaches Reception at last week's TurboTech Collegiate Expo at Clover Lanes in Rochester. The fourth annual event served as an instructional clinic and tournament testing venue for about 150 high school bowlers and attracted coaches from 27 U.S. colleges. Coaches included professional stars Diandra Asbaty, Jeff Carter, Joe Ciccone, Jason Couch, Mike Fagan, Clara Guerrero, Bob Learn Jr. and Bill O'Neill. From left are Learn, NYS USBC Association Manager Mike Pettinella, Heather D'Errico (representing Rochester USBC Youth), Rochester USBC BA President Mike Callan, Ray Bardol (representing Rochester USBC Youth) and TurboTech President Lori Mraz. Photo by Krystal Zamesnik/TurboTech Collegiate Expo.
Around NYS – June/July 2014
Junior Gold Championships
Taking Place in Buffalo
UPDATE -- JULY 14, 2014
BUFFALO, NY -- The 2014 Junior Gold Championships, an annual national tournament for the top male and female youth bowlers in the United States, are taking place in Buffalo this week. The tournament awards scholarships – and youth bowlers in the U20 and U15 divisions also have the opportunity to earn a spot on Junior Team USA.
More than 2,600 youth bowlers have qualified for the tournament, which continues through this Friday -- July 18th -- at six Buffalo area bowling centers – AMF Thruway Lanes in Cheektowaga, Classic Lanes in Kenmore, Transit Lanes in Williamsville, Tonawanda Bowling Center in Tonawanda, AMF Lancaster Lanes in Depew and AMF Airport Lanes in Cheektowaga.
The tournament will debut an Under 12 division this year.
The New York State USBC has signed on as a Bronze level sponsor of the event. Go to www.bowlny.com/juniorgold to learn more about the Junior Gold program and the Junior Gold Championships.
In conjunction with the Junior Gold event, the Greater Buffalo USBC is running an Adult/Youth Doubles Scholarship Tournament through July 16 at Broadway Sports Center in Cheektowaga.
CLICK HERE for an entry form.
STATEN ISLAND TO HOLD USA BOWLING EVENT
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Rab’s Country Lanes will be the site of one of eight USA Bowling regional events this fall. USA Bowling is a team-based youth program offered through the International Bowling Campus. The USA Bowling Regional events were introduced last year to provide additional opportunities for team competition.
The eight centers that will host USA Bowling Regional events in 2014:
•Oct. 4-5: Mike Aulby's Arrowhead Bowl, Lafayette, Ind.
•Oct. 11-12: Paradise Bowl, Tacoma, Wash.
•Oct. 18-19: Don Carter Lanes, Rockford, Ill.
•Oct. 25-26: Pin Chasers Midtown, Tampa, Fla.
•Nov. 1-2: Northrock Lanes, Wichita, Kan.
•Nov. 8-9: Rab’s Country Lanes, Staten Island, N.Y.
•Nov. 15-16: Fountain Bowl, Fountain Valley, Calif.
•Nov. 22-23: Vestavia Bowl, Birmingham, Ala.
Rosters can have up to six bowlers, though only four will compete at a time, and teams do not have to be a member of a USA Bowling league to compete in the events. There will be two divisions at each USA Bowling Regional – Under 12 (born Aug. 1, 2002 or later) and Under 15 (born between Aug. 1, 1999 and July 31, 2002).
To register, go to www.bowl.com and click on the USA Bowling tab.
Syracuse Bowler is Top New Yorker
at USBC Senior Championships
JULY 10, 2014 -- Charles Trudell of Syracuse (Syracuse USBC BA) finished in ninth place in the Open Division 60-64 age group to lead the New York contingent that competed in the USBC Senior Championships this week at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev.
Trudell rolled 1,330 with handicap for six games to place ninth out of 30 competitors in his age group in the Open Division.
Other New York state bowlers who participated and their totals were as follows:
50-54 -- Michael Kime of Honeoye Falls (Rochester USBC BA), 1,211, 19th place.
55-59 -- Kevin Gray Sr. of Honeoye Falls (Genesee Region USBC), 1,092, 33rd place.
65-69 -- John Walker of North Tonawanda (Tonawandas USBC), 1,185, 33rd place.
70-74 -- Alvin Conner Jr. of Buffalo (Greater Buffalo USBC), 1,322, 13th place.
75-79 -- Sandy Corbelli of Williamsville (Greater Buffalo USBC), 1,262, 21st place.
55-59 - Joy Blair of Brooklyn (New York City USBC), 1,133, 30th place.
Their entry fees were paid by the NYS USBC as a result of their high ranking in the NYS Open Senior and Women's Senior Singles tournaments.
For complete results of the USBC Senior Championships, go to bowl.com.
USBC Tabs Chad Murphy
As New Executive Director
JUNE 24, 2014 -- Chad Murphy has been named Executive Director of the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) by the USBC Board of Directors. Murphy had been serving as USBC Interim Executive Director since February, 2014.
Reporting to the USBC Board of Directors, the Executive Director serves as an officer of the corporation and has overall operational responsibility for staff, programs, finance and execution of the strategic plan.
For more, please go to the News section of this website.
NYS Open Championships
Rochester Team Captures Title;
‘Seniors’ 1st in Doubles, Singles
JUNE 13, 2014 – A team of tournament-tested bowlers, a household name and a couple of “60-somethings” captured titles at the 90th NYS Open Championships, which took place from April 11 through May 18 at AMF Empire Lanes in Webster.
Mybowler Zone posted 3,601 on the tournament’s final day to claim the $3,350 first prize. Team members are Ricky Zinone, Roger Thaine Jr., Matt LaGeorge, Rich Ferraro II and Steve Meyer. The squad’s 3,556 total also was the top team scratch score in the tournament, which drew 222 five-person teams.
CLICK HERE for the final standings.
CLICK HERE for the prize list.
Prize checks are scheduled to be mailed on Monday, June 16. Please note that the checks will be void after 90 days of issuance.
Former PBA star (and newly-elected Hall of Famer) Doug Kent of Newark (Lake Ontario USBC) took the Handicap and Scratch All-Events titles with 2,301. He earned $400 for the All-Events crown plus a paid entry to the 2015 USBC Masters.
Kent had two 300 games and a pair of 800 series in the tournament.
The Handicap Singles title went to 65-year-old Al Vlietstra of Warsaw (Genesee Region USBC), who posted an 843 series (757 scratch). He earned $800.
The Handicap Doubles title went to the father-son team of 65-year-old Robert Phillips and Robert Phillips Jr. of Allegany (Twin Tiers USBC), who posted 1,582. They earned $1,650.
In Scratch Doubles, Kevin Donaghue and Mark Scuderi (Rochester USBC BA) placed first with 1,521.
To view photos of some of the winners, go to the Tournament page --- NYS Open Championships.
Next year's tournament is scheduled for AMF Thruway Lanes in Cheektowaga (Buffalo).
NYS Women’s Championships
Westchester, Troy, Ithaca
Teams Take Division Titles
JUNE 12, 2014 – It's official -- teams from Westchester County USBC, Troy USBC and Ithaca USBC earned divisional titles at the 78th Annual NYS Women’s Championships, which took place from April 5 through May 18 at Hoe Bowl Mardi-Bob Lanes in Poughkeepsie.
Prize checks were mailed out today (Thursday, June 12) to team captains/entry contacts. One in six entries cashed in each event.
Note to team captains and those receiving the checks in the mail: Please get them to your bowlers right away as the checks will expire after 90 days of the date of issuance -- June 12.
CLICK HERE for final standings.
CLICK HERE for prize list.
CLICK HERE for 500-600-700 Club Promotional Tournament prize list.
Event winners are as follows:
760-and-Over Scratch -- Gals Pals (Westchester County USBC), 2,676, $1,000. Members: Jessica Aiezza, Helen Waite, Kate Gardner, Jacqueline Malone.
600-759 Handicap -- GI Women Ind 3 (Troy USBC), 2,518, $1,500. Members: Jane McIsaac, Kathleen Riley, Maureen Austin, Rita Heffern.
599-and-Under Handicap -- Ithaca 2 (Ithaca USBC), 2,525, $1,400. Members: Kathy Rumsey, Jennifer Kowal, Angela Ayers, Elline Weiner.
380-and-Over Scratch – Patti TeNyenhuis and Kristina Wendell (Kingston USBC WBA), 1,536, $600. Wendell had the tournament’s lone 300 game and the tournament’s high series of 795 during the Doubles event.
300-379 Handicap – Bethanne Williams and Tricia Kisor (Finger Lakes USBC WBA), 1,411, $720.
299-and-Under Handicap – Adrienne Cross and Karen Warden-Wood (Earlville USBC), 1,344, $720.
190-and-Over Scratch – Amanda Borden (Johnstown USBC WBA), 766, $300.
150-189 Handicap – Elisha Taylor (Schenectady Scotia USBC WBA), 791, $350.
149-and-Under Handicap – Ramona Cole (Johnstown USBC WBA), 714, $380.
190-and-Over Scratch – Liz Johnson (Greater Buffalo USBC), 2,195, $250.
150-189 Handicap -- Rita Heffern (Troy USBC), 1,972, $200.
149-and-Under Handicap -- Jennifer Kowal (Greater Buffalo USBC), $190.
The prize list this year was $84,571. Next year's tournament is scheduled for AMF Strike 'N Spare Lanes in the Syracuse suburb of Mattydale.
Cort Lanes to Host
NYS Open Senior Event
MAY 12, 2014 -- Cort Lanes in Cortland will be the site of the 36th NYS Open Senior Championships, a Doubles and/or Singles tournament, on Oct. 11-12, 18-19.
CLICK HERE for an entry form -- revised on 6/11/14.
Call the NYS USBC office at 585-343-3736 to check on openings.
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