2015-2016 Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League


Oakland, NJ 02-07-16 – Four of Stan Niemiec YTL’s teams crushed the beleaguered pins with “2400+”, an average of better than 200 for the four-player three-game sets. The session produced sixteen “600s” including a “700” and five “650” threesomes to go along with forty-three deuces. The young bowlers use six venues in the travel league, but you get only one guess as to where they bowled on Sunday. If you said Holiday Bowl, then you did your homework since the house is widely considered as one of the more bowler-friendly establishments used by the league. That being said, don’t belittle the accomplishments of these skillful youth travelers; their ability to read lane conditions and adjust accordingly are primarily the reasons they’re able to produce the huge numbers seen on Sunday. With that impromptu editorial out of the way, let’s take a peek below at those fine scores.

Pace-setting Bowler City III returned to its winning formula, assaulting the pin deck with a 2451 net threesome to sweep past Holiday I. Bergenfield senior Nick Reyes opened his afternoon with a ten-strike run for BC III, but was stymied on his eleventh delivery, resulting in his leaving the 3-6-10 which he converted to finish with 287, the session’s best single; adding games of 184-200, Reyes led his squad with 671 and they followed suit with impressive scores of their own: Derek Lewandowski 208-207: 611, Tiffany Sucero 235-205: 609 and Gianni Calzadilla 221: 560. Holiday I’s offense was sparked by Frank Magyar 237-218: 646 and Alex McGuire 214-213: 623. In other match-ups, Anthony Rizzo flattened the maples with 221-238-258: 717, the day’s best set, JonMikal Supero stroked 216-222: 615 and Kristen Kane 195-193 to lead Bowler City I to four of seven points against Bowler City II, taking the finale in a barn-burner, 1036-1019. BC II had standout marks from Matt Burzynski 255-235: 679, Matt Ramos 202-199 and Margaux Lesser 199. Hi-Tor’s Johnny Toscano remained ablaze, firing 278: 688, Brandon Smith had 209 and Justin Ramos 201, but the New Yorkers’ four-match win skein came to a screeching halt at the hands of a torrid Montvale quartet: Joseph “Hammer” Mahoney 223-215: 630, Henry Tipping 245-211: 626, Matt Russell 244: 624 and James Reagan-Ward 213.

Holiday II, despite being clipped 2962-2901, managed to snare two close games from Fair Lawn to earn a 4-3 decision. Clearing the lanes were Tom Chamberlain 211-200: 601, Esteban Garcia a pair of 203s and Michael Milligan a 189; Fair Lawn put up some hefty numbers: Steve Plaszky 205-234-246: 685, Nick Greco 246: 617, Madison Perry 215 and Hunter Perry 207. Rounding out the session, Montville freshman Adam Gelvan exploded with 258-223: 654 and Peter Hancock added 246 to carry Boonton to a sweep of seven points from the vacancy.


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Hackensack, NJ 02/07/16 – The only repeat winner in this year’s North Girls Sectionals at Bowler City was reigning State Group I Champion Westwood which cruised to this year’s North Group I title. Displaying the balance which has already gained for them repeat victories as BNC Patriot Division and County Champions, the Cardinals, despite none of them making the cut for the state individual tournament, rolled 2612, second only to Group III winner Warren Hills. Group I runner-up Ramsey held off fast-closing Mother Seton to earn its first ever trip to the state finals next Friday at Carolier Lanes in North Brunswick. In Group II, AHA [Holy Angels] came from behind to snare the crown from Paramus. Wayne Valley, last year’s Group III victor, had to settle for second behind powerful Warren Hills, which moved up from Group II. Bergen Tech, runner-up in 2015, won Group IV with Hackensack a close second.

The individual medalists were Warren Hills’ Abby Laws who earned High Game/Set with 267: 702, Hopatcong’s Rhianna Smith, North Jersey Singles Champion, 680, Paramus’ Haley Hassan 244: 651 and Wayne Valley’s Kristine Verbeke 245.

Of the record forty-one teams and twenty-one individuals entered, the top two teams in each of the four groups as well as the eighteen high individual scorers advanced to Carolier:

Top Teams: Group 4 – Bergen Tech 2368, Hackensack 2345, Bayonne 2238, Kearny 2218, Clifton 2028; Group 3 – Warren Hills 2964, Wayne Valley 2473, Northern Highlands 2440, Paramus Catholic 2356; Group 2 – AHA 2497, Paramus 2479, Mahwah 2189, Ridgefield Park 1978; Group 1 – Westwood 2612, Ramsey 2126, Mother Seton 2057, Dumont 2030.

Individual Qualifiers: Tournament Champion Abby Laws 702, Rhianna Smith 680, Haley Hassan 651, Allie Woodhouse [NH] 638, Kristene Verbeke 627, Tyla D’Andrea [Lyn] 625, Jenna Henderson [WH] 616, Tiffany Sucero [AHA] 615, Lauren Potechin [Millburn] 614, Ashleigh Poszyler [Cranford] 611, Gabby Pangaro [Clifton] 601, Kiara Powell [Union] 597, Michelle Dekowski, Union County Champion, [Linden] 596, Liz Hudock [WH] 585, Corinne Clemente [Roselle Catholic] 583, Gianna Calzadilla [Cliffside Park] 578, Madison Perry [Hawthorne] 575 and Kristen Kane [Paramus Catholic] 572.


2016 North 1B H.S. Bowling Sectionals Tournament


Lodi, NJ 02/04/16 – In perhaps the biggest surprise in the North 1B Sectionals [Hudson, Passaic  and Sussex County], a young Clifton squad came away with the Group 4 title and advanced to the State Tournament at Carolier Lanes in North Brunswick later this month. The Mustangs sat in fourth place behind powerhouse favorites Dickinson and Passaic Tech heading into game three when they broke loose for an outstanding 1048 to shock the leaders and snare the title. Finishing big in the finale were freshmen Joe Paolillo [255] and Nick Innacome [210] while freshman star Johann Gamo, who led his team’s league play in the Big North with a 200+ mark, fired a 619 set to put Clifton on top.

Passaic County champion West Milford finished runner-up to St Peter’s Prep in Group 3 to join the Marauders down at Carolier. It’s the fourth visit to North Brunswick for the Highlanders in the past six years and this year’s ticket can be largely attributed to strong finishes by Andrew Finke [248] and Matt Goldberg [234]. Sussex Tech, as expected, easily took Group 2, but the Big North’s Lakeland quintet had to win a Baker style playoff, 170-153 over Lenape Valley to advance with the Ravens. NJIC Colonial Division Champ Hawthorne added the Group I Sectional Title to its list of this season’s successes behind a spectacular outing from junior Steve Plaszky whose second place individual 736 threesome sends him to the state individual tournament as well.

The top two teams in each of the four groups as well as the nine best individual scorers advance to Carolier:

Team Statistics: Group 4 – Clifton 2871, Dickinson 2808, Bayonne 2792, Passaic Tech 2750; Group 3 – St Peter’s Prep 2970, West Milford 2813, Sparta 2676, Hopatcong/Mount Olive 2494; Group 2 – Sussex Tech 2851, Lakeland 2477, Lenape Valley 2477, High Point 2362; Group 1 – Hawthorne 2959, Pompton Lakes 2875, Hudson Catholic 2867, Marist 2501.

Nine Individual Qualifiers: Tournament Champion Darren Javier [Bayonne] 765, Steve Plaszky [Hawthorne] 736, Matt Rodriguez [St Peter’s Prep] 698, Jivan Persaud [Hudson Catholic] 687, Jared Ammugauan [St Peter’s Prep] 675, Brandon Hanson [Marist] and Anthony Rizzo [Passaic Tech] 674, David Neil [Pompton Lakes] 664 and Christian Bermudes [North Bergen] 663.



NJIC High School Bowling Update Through 02-04-16

02/05/16 – Listed below are the results of the final regular season NJIC matches:


LYNDHURST 7 WOOD-RIDGE 0 – Division champ Lyndhurst closed its season on a high note, swamping the Blue Devils behind the superlative scoring of juniors’ James Podolski 267-225: 665 and Ryan Donohue 236-205-223: 664.

BECTON 5 NORTH ARLINGTON  2 – Led by Mike Sabia’s crushing 268 and Vinny Kuprat’s 211, the Wildcats outslugged North Arlington’s Vikings, 2179-2086 to close a successful season by finishing in second place. North Arlington’s Tom Ferrie ended with the division’s third high average [190] by stroking balanced scores of 197-199-198: 594.

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS 7 SECAUCUS 0 – The Aviators flew past Secaucus on the wings of juniors’ Frankie Quatrone 225-211 and Justin Rinaldi 201.

WALLINGTON VS PATERSON CHARTER – Wallington’s squad rolled their final games, but won’t know the outcome until next Tuesday when Paterson Charter, unable to be present Wednesday, completes its season.

STANDINGS: Lyndhurst [103-09], Becton [90-22], North Arlington [87-25], Hasbrouck Heights [73-39], Wallington [50-55], St Mary [38-74], Secaucus [34-78], Paterson Charter [12-93], Wood-Ridge [10-102]

AWARDS PRESENTATIONS: Division Champs – Lyndhurst Golden Bears; Coach of the Year – Brianna Balkin [Lyndhurst]; Boys Awards:  High Average – Ryan Donohue [Lyndhurst] 213.35, High Series – Donohue 719, High Game – Donohue and Anthony Rodriguez [St Mary] 279. Girls High Average – Tyla D’Andrea [Lyndhurst] 167.42, High Series – D’Andrea 602, High Game – D’Andrea 259. Joe Feigel Sportsmanship Award – Albert Medina [Wallington].


POMPTON LAKES 7 MANCHESTER 0 – The Cardinals ended their season on a high note, swamping Manchester with deuces from their entire lineup: David Neil 257-247: 696, Michael Milligan 212, Esteban Garcia 205 and Cole Mulholland 205. Manchester’s Shannon Baer paced the Falcons, posting a 209 single.

GARFIELD 7 GLEN ROCK 0 – Garfield, buoyed by Nick Happel’s 223, secured third place with a three-game sweep of Glen Rock.

RUTHERFORD 7 EASTERN CHRISTIAN 0 – The Bulldogs ended their season in a fourth place tie with Glen Rock by rolling past Eastern Christian, earning seven points.

FINAL STANDINGS: Hawthorne [88-10], Pompton Lakes [86-12], Garfield [62-36], Glen Rock [48-50], Rutherford [48-50], Manchester [41-57], Mary Help [12-86] and Eastern Christian [07-91]

AWARDS PRESENTATIONSDivision Champs – Hawthorne Bears; Coach of the Year – John LaForge [Hawthorne]; Boys Awards: High Average – Nick Cilento [Pompton Lakes] 216.64, High Series – Cilento 776, High Game – Cilento 279. Girls  High Average – Madison Perry [Hawthorne] 189.09, High Series – M. Perry 668, High Game – M. Perry 256.


PARK RIDGE 5 LEONIA 2 – Park Ridge’s firepower proved to be too much for Leonia as the Owls caged the Lions, taking the division title with strong outings from Robert Jeune 243, Nick Fabiano 236 and Deanna Jeuna 214. Leonia’s solitary deuce was tallied by Joseph Biondi 201.

HARRISON 4 1/2 BERGEN CHARTER 2 ½ – In a classic nail-biter, the Blue Tide and Yellow Jackets finished with matching pin totals, splitting the wood point, but Harrison secured third place by taking two of three games. Top set on the pair belonged to Bergen Charter’s Chris Navarro 235-222: 640 who had help from Juan Ortega’s 204 single. Samuel Mota excelled for the Blue Tide with 201-200.

PALISADES PARK 7 BOGOTA 0 – The Tigers closed their season with a flourish, sporting deuces from Fred Lee 217 and Justin Kim 200 in capturing seven points from the Buccaneers.

HAWTHORNE CHRISTIAN 7 QUEEN OF PEACE 0 – The Defenders turned the tables on Queen of Peace by avenging an earlier sweep at the hands of the Golden Griffins by returning the favor. With the stunning outcome, HCA leapfrogged into sixth place past Queen of Peace behind Kirk Schmidt’s 248: 623. Rolling well for the Golden Griffins were Tom DelliSanti 211-210: 609 and Alex Rodriguez 207.

NEW MIDLAND 5 MIDLAND PARK 2 – The Knights outdistanced the Panthers to win two of three games.

FINAL STANDINGS: Park Ridge [102-24], Leonia [100-26], Harrison [87 1/2-38 1/2], Bergen Charter [82 1/2-43 1/2], Palisades Park [75-51], Hawthorne Christian [68-58], Queen of Peace [63-63], Bogota [19-100], New Milford [19-100], Midland Park [07-119]

AWARDS PRESENTATIONSDivision Champs – Park Ridge Owls; Coach of the Year – Blair Buscareno [Park Ridge]; Boys Awards: High Average – Chris Navarro [Bergen Charter] 201.41, High Series – Joseph Biondi [Leonia] 712, High Game – Nick Fabiano [Park Ridge] 290. Girls High Average – Deanna Jeune [Park Ridge] 152.57, High Series – D. Jeune 545, High Game – D. Jeune 214.


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NJIC High School Bowling Update through 02-02-16

02/03/16 – Listed below are the results of yesterday’s NJIC matches:


LYNDHURST 7 PATERSON CHARTER 0 – The Golden Bears coasted to a sweep of the seven points against Paterson Charter to secure their sixth consecutive division title. Triggering yesterday’s offense were James Podolski 246-207: 606 and Ryan Donohue 224-193. High score for the Lions was Kevin Holmes’ 163.

BECTON 7 WALLINGTON  0 – Heading into their showdown contest against North Arlington in this afternoon’s final session, the Wildcats remained knotted with the Vikings by shaking off a stubborn Wallington squad, 2264-1958, taking the high-scoring finale 814-752. Becton fired six salvos at the Panthers, three from freshman Trevor Deliantis 204-215-245: 664, two from lineup leadoff kegler Raymond O’Neill 239-203: 621 and a solo 215 added by Zak Kandiel. Wallington gave Becton all it could handle in the third game as senior David Wdowiak returned after sitting out the middle encounter to “work out some flaws in his footwork”; he apparently figured it out as he chased the pins off the pin deck with a 242 gem.

NORTH ARLINGTON 7 WOOD-RIDGE 0 – The Vikings took care of business in their prep for today’s faceoff against Becton by engineering a sweep of the Blue Devils. Tom Ferrie set the stage for his team with a strong 212-201: 598 and Kenny Bennett added additional firepower by striking a 204 single.

SECAUCUS 4 ST MARY 3 – The Patriots put together three solid games, but their hopes for passing the Gaels in the standings with a sweep were dashed when St Mary closed with a season best 729. Secaucus’ offense was buoyed by juniors Dylan Langrehr and Drew Fournier who scored fine threesomes of 522 and 521 respectively. Gaels’ freshman southpaw Andrew Santo is having an awesome week as he followed up Monday’s huge 243 single with an outstanding 257: 617 yesterday; perhaps additionally motivated by Santo’s prowess, senior anchor Anthony Rodriguez broke loose for a closing 216 to help St Mary come from eighty-four pins down after two games to snare the wood point, 1878-1852.

STANDINGS: Lyndhurst [96-09], Becton [85-20], North Arlington [85-20], Hasbrouck Heights [66-39], Wallington [50-55], St Mary [38-74], Secaucus [34-71], Paterson Charter [12-93], Wood-Ridge [10-95]



This afternoon’s makeup matches brought about by the January 25th session being snowed out will close out the season for the Colonial Division; Hawthorne finished its schedule this past Friday with a sweep of Mary Help which clinched the division title for the Bears.

STANDINGS: Hawthorne [88-10], Pompton Lakes [79-12], Garfield [55-36], Glen Rock [48-43], Manchester [41-50], Rutherford [41-50], Mary Help [12-86] and Eastern Christian [07-84]


LEONIA 7   HARRISON 0 – The Lions escaped with a third game nail-biting four pin win to sweep defending champion Harrison. With Park Ridge being upset, 5-2 by Bergen Charter, Leonia has taken over first place by one point. In classic fashion, Thursday’s final session will pit the two contenders for this year’s title. In surprising the Blue Tide, the Lions put together superb numbers led by Joseph Biondi 199-226-235: 660 and aided by George Arodes 229-182 and Sun Jae Park 190. Scoring well for Harrison were Samuel Mota 195: 520 and Joshua Kelly 188: 520.

BERGEN CHARTER 5 PARK RIDGE 2 – An ignited offense led by division average leader Chris Navarro 211-182-236: 629 and Juan Ortega 211: 565 was enough for the Yellow Jackets to take two of three games from Park Ridge despite the continued torrid numbers being delivered by the Owls’ Nick Fabiano 218-197: 601.

HAWTHORNE CHRISTIAN [HCA] 5 PALISADES PARK 2 – Down by eighty-six pins after the opening game, the Defenders battled back to stun fifth place Palisades Park by winning two games and edging the Tigers for the wood point, 1824-1817. Joshua Butler paced HCA with 203-189 while Pal Park benefited from decent singles from Justin Kim 199 and Seung Ju Lee 193.

QUEEN OF PEACE 7 NEW MILFORD 0 – The Golden Griffins ran away from New Milford, 1907-1587 behind three fine outings from Tom DelliSanti 215:557, Julian Armstrong 228: 518 and Joseph Reilley 202: 511. Best threesome for the Knights belonged to Ben Corrado who delivered a 478.

BOGOTA 4 MIDLAND PARK 3 – The Panthers were elated to earn three of seven points from Bogota, 1520-1504 as they had only won two points the entire season. Jerry Theodor closed with a 180 for Midland Park while the Buccaneers’ best belonged to Don Stofon 165-157.

STANDINGS: Leonia [98-21], Park Ridge [97-22], Harrison [83-36], Bergen Charter [80-39], Palisades Park [68-51], Queen of Peace [63-56], Hawthorne Christian  [61-58], Bogota [19-93], New Milford [14-98], Midland Park [05-114]

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NJIC High School Bowling Update through 02-01-16


02/02/16 – Listed below are the results of yesterday’s NJIC matches:


WALLINGTON 4 NORTH ARLINGTON 3 – The Panthers leaped on North Arlington, stunning the Vikings by splitting the faceoff, breaking the tie in points by snaring total wood, 2118-2059. Wallington anchor Albert Medina converted an opening game tenth frame spare and followed it with an eight-count to tie the Vikings at 717. Jumping all over this year’s Bergen County Group 1-2 champs, the Panthers took game two, rolling a season best 735. North Arlington recouped to grab the finale and salvage three points. Wallington’s strong showing was spearheaded by David Wdowiak’s stellar 255 single, Pat Mika’s 238-180 and Medina’s 200-181. Pacing the Vikings were Tom Ferrie 205-185, Matt Zarro 201 and Kenny Bennett 188.

BECTON 5  ST MARY 2 – When these squads met on January 5th, St Mary rolled its best threesome of the season and came away with two points from Becton. The Gaels did it again yesterday, taming the Wildcats 710-691, producing their first “700”, behind Andrew Santo’s superb 243 and Anthony Rodriguez’ 182 which he followed with a 195.  Becton, seemingly unnerved, responded with strong games of 796-718 to take five points and tie North Arlington for second place.  Wildcats’ freshman Trevor Deliantis held his division second high 200 average by blasting 245: 613; Raymond O’Neill continued to roll exceptionally well, stroking 224-203: 604 and Mike Sabia contributed a 196 single.

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS 7 WOOD-RIDGE 0 – Junior Frankie Quatrone figured out the lanes in the finale and fired 202 as the Aviators swept three games from the Blue Devils whose best came from senior Brittany Larsen 178: 470.

SECAUCUS 7 PATERSON CHARTER 0 – The Patriots received strong sets from Drew Fournier 195: 527 and Parth Patel 176: 498 in their sweep of the Lions.

STANDINGS: Lyndhurst [89-09], Becton [78-20], North Arlington [78-20], Hasbrouck Heights [66-39], Wallington [50-48], St Mary [35-70], Secaucus [30-68], Paterson Charter [12-86], Wood-Ridge [10-88]


HAWTHORNE 7 MARY HELP 0 – The Bears clinched the division title by storming past the Blue Jays with a five-deuce barrage led by senior Ian Bruinooge 205-202 with the add-ons from Steve Plaszky 206, Madison Perry 205 and Hunter Perry 202. Bryonna Richburg was high for Mary Help with 202. The encounter completed season’s play for the two squads with the rest of the division to finish up on Wednesday.

STANDINGS: Hawthorne [88-10], Pompton Lakes [79-12], Garfield [55-36], Glen Rock [48-43], Manchester [41-50], Rutherford [41-50], Mary Help [12-86] and Eastern Christian [07-84]


LEONIA 7 QUEEN OF PEACE 0 – The Lions remained four points back of pace-setting Park Ridge with two sessions left, one of which will be the Thursday finale against the Owls. Carrying the day for Leonia were Joseph Biondi with 236 and George Arodes 201. Tom DelliSanti was high for the Golden Griffins with 212.

PARK RIDGE 7 MIDLAND PARK 0 – The Owls maintained their slim edge over the charging Lions by keeping pace in sweeping seven points from Midland Park. Leading Park Ridge’s offense was John Malcuit with a huge 230 single.

HARRISON 5 PALISADES PARK 2 – The defending division champion Harrison squad knows they’ve been eliminated from their quest to repeat, but will have a say as to who wins since the Blue Tide faces Leonia this afternoon.

BERGEN CHARTER 7 NEW MILFORD 0 – Senior Chris Navarro rocked the pins with 237: 604 and Chris Ortega added a 208 to lead the Yellow Jackets to a sweep of the Knights.

HAWTHORNE CHRISTIAN 7 BOGOTA 0 – The Defenders evened their record at 56-56, tying Queen of Peace for sixth place as they pounded the Buccaneers behind Kirk Schmidt’s 205.

STANDINGS: Park Ridge [95-17], Leonia [91-21], Harrison [83-29], Bergen Charter [75-37], Palisades Park [66-46], Hawthorne Christian (HCA) [56-56], Queen of Peace [56-56], Bogota [15-90], New Milford [14-91], Midland Park [02-110]

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2015-2016 Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League


Hackensack, NJ 01-31-16 – Stan Niemiec Youth Travel League’s average leader Johnny Toscano [215.89] continued his assault on the plastic-coats with 289-194-206: 689 to propel streaking Hi-Tor to its fourth straight victory; in his outstanding opener, Johnny’s quest for perfection was foiled on his eleventh delivery, when he left the nine-pin. In Hi-Tor’s triumph, Toscano had help from Justin Ramos 216-201: 611 and Brandon Smith 223: 585 in the sweep of gritty Fair Lawn, 2944-2811, as the New Yorkers climbed the ladder into fifth place. Pushing Hi-Tor throughout the match, Fair Lawn posted some potent numbers: Madison Perry 236-194-195: 625, Hassan Izzard 211, Hunter Perry 211 and Steve Plaszky 199.

Bowler City II exploded for 1041: 3000 as it snapped Bowler City III’s six-match win skein, stunning the league leaders with a three-game sweep; foremost in the onslaught was anchor Allie Woodhouse 208-204: 600 with ample support from Jack Curillo 233, Louis Ferrante 210 and Arielle Wallace 193. High marks for BC III were Nathan Tombo 205, Tiffany Sucero 203-193 and David Grant 201.

In a high-scoring finale, Montvale came from behind with a 1010-976 success to take the match, 2836-2830, earning five of the seven contested points against Holiday I. Emerson junior Nick Fabiano’s 647 included stellar games of 241-243 while Chris Torres fired a 222 and Dan Sproviero a closing 196 for the victors. Pounding the maples for Holiday I were Alex McGuire 246-234: 668, Nick Cilento a triple deuce 201-236-224: 661, Ryan McGuire 202-192 and Jon Mormando 191.

Bowler City I produced a bevy of deuces to snare two of three games from Boonton, 2834-2757. Firing away for the winners were JonMikal Sepero 224-202, Trevor Savoye 223, Janina Santoro 209 and Kyle Schellberg 202. Boonton’s best came from Adam Gelvan 220 and Peter Hancock 201: 584.

Holiday II strengthened its hold on fourth place with a striking 2928 effort to handily sweep seven points from the vacancy. Posting excellent numbers were Jared Duncan 234: 599, Justin Milligan 221: 588 and Michael Milligan a closing 196 single.

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