Date Posted: October 16th, 2022
Wappingers Falls, NY – For the second day in a row, we had a perfect game in the 44th New York State USBC Senior Open Championships. Patti TeNyenhuis of Saugerties rolled her 14th career 300 in game one of the singles.
TeNyenhuis’ three-game total with handicap was 747 which put her in first place in Class D Singles. She also combined with Tim Beaver of Kingston to shoot a 1402 good enough for second place in Class E Doubles.
Mark Wegener of Middletown came just one pin shy rolling a 299 game and 781 series in the first squad of the day. He teamed up with Jon Leskow of Hopewell Junction to roll a 1428 with handicap to take the lead in Class D Doubles.
“Today was a lighter day, but we had bigger scores,” Angelo Corradino, NYSUSBC Association Manager said. “Hopefully we continue the trend next week”
Other top shooters for the day were Robert “Bob-O” Maslosky of Cold Spring 289, Gary Reynolds of Groton 280, Merle Foster of Rome 266, Wayne Potter of Canandaigua 255/259, Beaver 256 and John Bilicki of Levittown 253.
Bowlers competed in Doubles, Singles and Six-Game Combine event, broken into six age groups. Prizes will be awarded in all three events. In addition, the champions in the combine event will win a paid entry into the 2023 USBC Senior Championship which will be held at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, WI from August 1st through the 4th.
There are more squads next weekend, on Saturday October 22 at 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 2:30 PM & 4:30 PM and Sunday, October 23 at 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM. For more information and complete list of standings visit 44th NYS USBC Open Senior Championships (bowlny.com)