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Rochester USBC BA City Tournament

Unofficial Leaders as of 4/18/16

Team Scratch – No El Paso Delay – 3513
Team Handicap- Rocrents – 3324
Doubles Scratch – Marcanio/Meyer – 1429
Doubles Handicap – Martin/Penazek – 1463
Singles Scratch – Leon Penazek – 778
Singles Handicap – Jermaine McNeill – 712
Combine Scratch – Brian Stotts – 1439
Combine Handicap – Tom Watts – 1418
All Events Scratch – Kai Clark – 2164
All Events – John Lynn – 1986

 


The Rochester USBC Men's Association is pleased and honored to announce this year's Hall of Fame inductee. Mr. Michael Rose, Jr. will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in the Outstanding Achievement category on Wednesday, May 18th at a dinner and induction ceremonies to be held at Brook Lea Country Club, Chili, New York.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Anyone wishing to attend the evening's festivities should contact Nancy Starken at 342-2228 for information.


Tommy Kress and Mike Callan to be Honored at 2016 NYS Hall of Fame Dinner

Tommy Kress and Michael Callan will both be honored at the 2016 NYS Hall of Fame Dinner. Kress will be receiving an award for Outstanding Achievement and will be inducted in the NYS Hall of Fame. Callan is receiving an award for Service to Youth. The NYS USBC Hall of Fame Dinner is June 4, 2016 in Albany, NY. Interested in attending? Please email Kayla Burnett, Association Manager at bowl@rochesternyusbc.org

 


 

2016 Senior Masters Brings 70 Entries, Joe Shullek Grabs Title


Joe Shullek swept the match-play field Sunday, Feb. 14,  to win the John Nevada Memorial Senior Masters Championship Tournament at AMF Dewey Garden Lanes.

Shullek, a Rochester USBC BA Hall of Famer, routed defending champion Mark McClain in the final, 256-195, to win his first Senior Masters title. The Senior Masters is for bowlers 50 years and up.

McClain, who came out of the losers' bracket, was attempting to become the first bowler to win two straight titles and also the first with three. Instead, he settled for his third runner-up finish.

Shullek, former long-time owner of the Pinbusters Pro Shops, shot 793 for his last three games of match play. Before stopping McClain, he beat Ray Le Chase II, 258-215, and Ken Ball, 279-257.

Shullek won $900, a Senior Masters Championship ring, a paid entry to the New York State Masters Tournament and a champion's crystal pin.

McClain won $600, while Le Chase earned $400.

McClain had to beat Shullek in two straight games to take the title. But Shullek said he put everything he had left in that first one.

A  gracious winner, Shullek amused onlookers by coining his own word swhen he said McClain had been "shulleked" in the final.

Click "Tournaments" for more information on the 2016 Senior Masters Tournament!


2015 Paul Mascari Senior Singles Tournament Complete, 115 Entries Total

Peter Pilaroscia shot a 751 series to lead all bowlers in the 32nd Paul Mascari Memorial Senior Singles Championship Tournament Saturday, Jan. 16, at AMF Terrace Garden Lanes.

Bowlers competed in seven age divisions from 50 to 80 and up. Pilaroscia was the winner in Class E for bowlers 60 to 64 years of age.

Other division winners in the handicap tournament included Chuck Zubert, who shot a 729 series in Class A; Robert Wrona,  749 in Class B; Michael T. Houlihan, 707 in Class C; Tom Wagner, 692 in Class D; Peter Pilaroscia, 751 in Class E; Kamae McNeil, 711 in Class F; and Rodney Piasecki, 704, in Class G.

Rick Jewell Sr. had a high scratch score with a 707 series. Mike Feola shot a 298 game.

Division winners will receive a free entry to the New York State Senior Singles Tournament later this season.

Click "Tournaments" for more information on the 2016 Senior Singles Tournament!

 


 

John Martorella Wins 2015 Rochester USBC Masters and $1,000 Top Prize

John Martorella beat top-seed Steve Meyer, 234-224, on Sunday, Dec. 6, to win the 32nd Masters Championship at AMF Empire Lanes.

Click "Tournaments" for more information from the 2015 Rochester USBC Masters!



 

17th Annual Mixed Doubles Tournament Complete, Winners Annouced

Kathy O'Neill and Tom Klee totaled 1,406 pins to win the Division A title in the 17th Mixed Doubles Championship at Martin's Parkview Bowl.

Mary Miller and Josh Miller shot 1,452 to win the Division B title. The tournament, sponsored by the Rochester BA-WBA, concluded on Nov. 15.

Click "Tournaments" for more information from the 2015 Mixed Doubles Tournament!



 

CANANDAIGUA USBC ASSOCIATION MASTERS BOWLING TOURNAMENT RESULTS

November 8, 2015 at Roseland Bowl, Canandaigua, NY

 

Pos                  Name                           Total/Games                Money

1.                     Bill Hasiotis                239 (1 game)               $450

2.                  Jerry Brunette Jr          708 (3 games)         $250

3.                     William Stoddard       167 (1 game)               $200

4.                     Joshua Means              211 (1 game)               $150

 

Bill Hasiotis wins his 1st Canandaigua USBC Masters title with a 239-189 victory over Jerry Brunette Jr. in the finals.  The victory was the Greece NY native’s first victory in a Masters event for either Canandaigua or Rochester as a new rule allowed members of the Rochester USBC to bowl for the first time.

Click "Tournaments"  for more information from the 2015 Canandaigua Masters!

 


 

Let's Congratulate the Winners of the 700 Club Tournament - John Martorella and Brad Miller

John Martorella shot an 813 series, including a 300 game, to win the 44th annual Maury Hayes 700 Club Tournament Oct. 10-11 at Pleasure Lanes in Hilton.

Martorella, bowling in the final squad of the two-day event, had games of 300, 265 and 248 to top a field of 36  bowlers in the Scratch Division. Martorella won $450. Six bowlers cashed.

In the Handicap Division for bowlers averaging 209 and below, Brad Miller won with a series of 746. He had games of 244, 268 and 216. There were 12 bowlers in the Handicap Division. Miller won $150. There were four cashers.

There were three other 300 games in the tournament, sponsored by the Rochester USBC BA. Also rolling perfect games were Rick Freeman, second in the Scratch Division with a 789 series. Mike Rose Jr. and Mike Stuhler also fired 300s.

In the Best Ball event, the winners were Jacob Carr, Sam Capizzi, Mike Stuhler and John Martorella.

 


 

 

Rochester USBC BA 2014-2015 Honor Roll Scores Updated

(go to honor roll tab)

 

Rochester USBC Board of Directors Upcoming Meeting Dates

Upcoming meeting schedule for the Rochester USBC BA Board of Directors (meetings open to the membership unless otherwise noted):

  • Monday May 2, 2016 @ 6:00 PM @ TBD
  • Tuesday June 21, 2016 @ 6:00 PM @ TBD
  • Wednesday July 20, 2016 @ 6:00 PM @ TBD

 

 

 

 


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