New York State USBC Bowling Association News
Andretta Rallies Past Angelo for PBA East Regional Crown

York, Pa. (August 5, 2018) – Darren Andretta of Wantagh, N.Y., rallied from a 30-pin deficit after seven frames to defeat Brad Angelo of Lockport, N.Y., 228-207, in the championship round of the PBA Bowlers Supply/Storm Open at Colony Park Lanes North Sunday.
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New Jersey Man Tops Edwards for PBA50 Regional Title

NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y. (July 29, 2018) – Steven DiMartino of Upper Saddle River, N.J., bowling in his first PBA regional event as a member, compiled a 5-2-1 match play record and a 15-game total of 3,352 pins to win the PBA50 Ned Micelli Memorial at Herrill Lanes Saturday by 49 pins over reigning PBA50 East Region Player of the Year Ray Edwards of Middle Island, N.Y.
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NYS Queens Champion Liz Kuhlkin Claims U.S. Open Title in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. – The road to the U.S. Women's Open finals is long and tedious, especially if you start back in the pack.


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35th NYS Women's Senior Singles Championships -- RESULTS

Tournament Dates: Aug. 14-16, 21-13, 2015

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015 – The results are official, and bowlers from six different local associations captured age classification titles at the 35th NYS Women’s Senior Singles Championships which took place on Aug. 14-16, 21-23 at Valley Bowling Center in Waverly.

Ann DeHaney (Long Island USBC), Grace Bogle (Genesee Region USBC), Carol Hess (Hudson Valley USBC), Donna Flugel (Tri-County NY USBC), Karen Brouwere (Corning USBC WBA) and Pamela Burns (Southern Tier USBC) placed first in their respective divisions ranked by their six-game totals with handicap.

The six age group champions are eligible to represent the New York State USBC at the 2016 USBC Senior Championships in Las Vegas, Nev. The NYS USBC will pay their entry fees and a portion of their expenses. If the champions elect not to participate, the same offer will be extended to the second- and/or third-place finishers.

Class AA (75-and-over) -- DeHaney placed first with 1,370, followed by Bettye Laird (Chen Del O USBC) with 1,346.

Class A (70-74) - Bogle posted 1,390 to edge Maria Carroll (Tri-County NY USBC) by 21 pins.

Class B (65-69) -- Hess took Class B (65-69) with 1,425, followed by Kathy Madore (Lowville USBC WBA) with 1,394.

Class C (60-64) -- Flugel registered 1,439, which was 108 pins better than Pamela Jones (Long Island USBC).

Class D (55-59) -- Brouwere posted 1,395, followed by Yvonne Super (Col. Greene USBC) with 1,357.

Class E (50-54) -- Burns set the pace with 1,414 – all scratch – and was followed by Theresa Dziekonski (Wayne Co. USBC WBA) with 1,390.

This year’s tournament attracted 571 entrants and generated 30 percent more in donations to charities supported by the NYS USBC over last year. The state association would like to thank the SAW Valley USBC men and women, and the management and staff at Valley Bowling Center and the Waverly High School bowling team and volunteers for a tremendous job as hosts of the event.



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