Long Island Summer Bowling Tour!

"I'll State My Kase, Of Which I'm Certain"

Kase Wins 2nd Straight Title!

Paxson Saves Best Ever For LISBT!

Feldman, Kieser Breeze In Finals!

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"the 8-pin killed me. I do not know whether or not i would have closed him out after that, but i was feeling good up till that point. I needed that One hit. Killed me. Really did."

- Pete Bohleber, miller place -

Smithtown NY - June 27, 2003

The Long Island Summer Bowling Tour (LISBT) made its first ever stop at Smithtown Bowl this past Friday night and it was a very successful first time event! 65 bowlers participated in the very competitive field while nearly $2000.00 was paid out in the form of either scholarship money for junior bowlers or cash to adult participants. 4 champions were crowned this past friday night. one Champion a most recent Champion on the LISBT. In fact, for the second straight week! Two Champions of years past and one Champion broke into the winners circle for the very first time on the LISBT.

Chris Kieser, Northport, opened up with a 258 scratch in game 1 this past friday night that earned him the top spot in the 4-game qualifier at the conclusion of game 1 in the junior handicap divsion. He never looked back after that. The tall and lanky lefthander stayed above his 168 average for the rest of the night with games of 201,181 and 191 giving him a total of 831/1051 w/handicap for qualifying. his closest competitor, matt kingsepp, miller place actually had a higher scratch average for the qualifier at 210.75, however, kingsepp, entering the tournament at a 193 average finished at 842/974 w/handicap. candi d'angelo,Coram placing 3rd had an outstanding night as well. d'angelo, entering the tournament at 161, averaged 176.25 scratch for the evening. with handicap, d'angelo totaled 953 to earn a spot in the semifinals vs kingsepp. kieser would wait in the wings as the #1 seed.

Kingsepp and d'angelo would battle till the end of the semifinal game. However, kingsepp had just a little extra in the tank and would go on to defeat d'angelo, 227-201.

Momentum appeared to be leaning in the direction of Kingsepp as he and kieser squared off in the championship game. the two competitors looked sharp and kingsepp looked poised for a big game. however, kieser was the bowler on this particular night that was not to be denied. kieser threw strikes early and often and kept himself out of trouble the rest of the way and easily defeated kingsepp 290-235. Kieser had previously won back to back titles on the LISBT in the junior handicap division on June 15 and June 22, 2001. the win for kieser was nice. however, what is more important is that kieser is now back on the lanes. The young man has been rehabbing a rotator cuff injury that has slowed him down during the past year or so. must have felt good to be back on top once again. sure as heck beats the alternative.

Junior Handicap Division qualifying highlights (200+/800+): Chris Kieser, Northport 258-831, Matt Kingsepp, Miller Place 234-842, Ryan Wisnewski, East Northport, 253, Jerome Dietz, Mastic 214-800 and Jessica Allen, Bellmore 231

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in the junior scratch division, Mike wodzkinski, east meadow looked as though he had completely wiped clean the stunning defeat from his mind at the hands of jack castellano a week earlier at sayville bowl. afterall, wodzinski was eliminated during the shotgun round while rolling a 278 scratch. wodzinski, for the 4-game qualifier this past friday simply destroyed his competition. wodzinski rolled games of 278,247,211 and 277 that gave him a 1013 scratch easily distancing himself from the rest of the field. qualifying second was doug feldman, copiague at 906 and jack castellano, centereach in his second consecutive finals, held the 3 spot at 870. 20 pins back of the field was mike yammond, northport 850.

in the semifinal game, feldman caught fire. perhaps it was a line adjustment, perhaps it was an equipment change. whatever the reason, feldman would go on to defeat castellano 242-217 and earn his way into the finals vs wodzinski.

the 242 feldman shot in the semifinals turned out to be just a warmup. knowing full well he was bowling against a very determined wodzkinski had to help feldman focus on what needed to be done. not only did he looked focused, he looked as though he was in outer space not knowing he was really on planet earth. while wodzinski was throwing quality shot after quality shot, the east meadow youth was now having problems carrying. wodzinski was flawless converting his spares, however, he just couldnt carry his first shot. to win at the scratch level is not about converting easy spares. its about throwing strikes. and wodzinski simply was not accomplishing that. feldman on the other hand was not having problems with that particular issue. in fact, if not for a solid 10 pin in frame 8, feldman was simply perfect. the only other ball that feldman would leave pins standing after his first shot was his last ball of the night, a solid 7 pin. feldman would finish with a 278. wodzinski would finish with a 201.

keep this in mind about doug feldman and jack castellano during the period of the last two weeks. it has taken a collective 558 (280 for castellano at savyille june 20, 278 for feldman in this tournament) to send wodzinski packing for the night. however, keep THIS also in mind about mike wodzinski a/k/a "Wodzilla". during the period of the last two weeks.... he apparently has re-incarnated KING KONG as his opponent. Dont know whether that is good news or bad. Anybody know how the movie turned out?

Guess we will have to stay tuned to find out.    

Junior Scratch Division qualifying Highlights (200+/800+): Mike Wodzinski, East Meadow 278-1013, Doug Feldman, Copiague 251-906, Jack Castellano, Centereach 253-870, Mike Yammond, East Northport 248-850, RJ Gocinski, Coram 233-838, Louis Dalessio, Sound Beach 243-812, Scott Reed, Smithtown 231-811, Noel Ocasio, Patchogue 231-804, Tara mazur, Northport 220, Billy Shannon, Commack 227 and Jack Daniels, Commack 212

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Jennifer paxson, patchogue, had never bowled a sanctioned 600 series. not in league, not in tournament play. never. until this past friday night in the adult handicap division.

Paxson, a regular on the LISBT for the last two years, rolled an opening game of 234 in qualifying and followed up that game with a 170 and 216 in games 2 and 3 giving her a 620 scratch for her first 3 games. paxson had built such a strong lead after 3, it hardly mattered that her sub-par game 4 was 17 pins below her entering average. she finished the night in the #1 seed with a 740/1072, 67 pins ahead of warren newman, commack 865/1005. also advancing to the finals edward walsh, ronkonkoma 822/1002 and chris buckley sr, farmingville 821/1001. cashing but not advancing frank collins, holbrook 874/994 and paul casella, port jeff 779/991.

the shotgun round in the adult handicap division turned out to be a good one. while buckley sr was having problems gaining momentum for himself, walsh and newman were not. in fact, walsh and newman were outstanding to say the least. both bowlers were throwing strikes and both bowlers looked to be on top of their game. walsh finished the shotgun with a 245/285 while newman came in with a 225/260. it would come down to walsh vs paxson in the finals.  both bowlers primed for a high scoring showdown. well, perhaps on another night......

the championship game was anything but a high scoring affair. a combination of miscues, missed opportunities and bad luck seemed to torture both bowlers. by frame 9, it was evident this match now was a match of survival, somewhat like "X"ing off the calandar counting the days remaining till christmas. the match ended however with paxson edging out walsh 215-211 with handicap. it was the second career LISBT title for paxson. she previously won on july 26, 2002 at Westhampton.

Adult handicap Division qualifying Highlights (225+/825+): Jennifer Paxson, Patchogue 234, Warren Newman, Commack 256-865, Chris Buckley Sr, Farmingville 243, Frank Collins, Holbrook 268-874, Dominick Minneci, Shirley 257, Vinnie Zambito, Shirley 225, Peri Fairchild, Kings Park 277, Ricky Wrage Jr, Selden 226 and Rich Arcas, Plainview 256-826.

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heading into the final game of qualifying this past friday night in the adult scratch division, one thing was certain. there was alot of uncertainty.

heading into game 4, 5 bowlers were separated by 19 pins for the 4th and final spot in the shotgun. john scarulla, smithtown was in 4th at 669. following scarpulla in order were eryn cully, patchogue 661, bob feldman, copiague 656, kyle mazur, northport 653 and christine anania, smithtown 650. still in the hunt were bill gocinski, coram 641 and kevin rabich, ridge 640. scarpulla seemed to have things in order as he rolled a 257 in game 4. feldman was strong with a 233 while gocinski came in at 233. however, as is the case in the scratch divisions, its the one extra hit that seems to be the difference this summer as eryn cully, powered by a 274 in game 4 jumped over scarpulla into third place at 935. by jumping into third, cully dropped the 3rd seed after 3, matt traina, farmingdale at 927 into fourth that was one pin ahead of scarpulla and  926. joining culley and traina in the shotgun would be #2 seed pete bohleber, miller place at 952.

bohleber did not waste much time with cully and traina in the shotgun. he addressed things in a hurry. cully and traina both never gained any "juice" in the 1-game and out round and bohleber wasnt about to hang out and wait either. he quickly and efficiently defeated both bowlers 252-193 (Cully)-178 (Traina). on to the finals vs #1 seed and champion of one week earlier at sayville, frank kase, deer park.

kase was cruising along for the first two games of the tournament with 494 for two. however, kase found himself in a "get a grip, and get a grip NOW" mode for game 4 as he stuggled in game 3 with a 185. while kase was not in danger of dropping past the 4 spot in qualifying, he was in danger of having to bowl vs TWO bowlers in the shotgun if he were to go on and win his second consecutive title. sitting out as the #1 seed is the choice of most bowlers.

kase, as crafty and experienced as they come, displayed his poise and got things under control in a big way. kase managed a 287 in game 4 and jumped back into the #1 seed with a 966.

in the championship game, bohleber and kase became gladiators. both bowlers showing why they were bowling for the scratch championship on the LISBT. unlike the week before vs alex cavagnaro at sayville, kase was not bowling vs a bowler who was having trouble carrying. bohleber was strong and looked confident. however, so did kase. one thing that has come to the forefront about frank kase this summer, is the guy does not back down and really looks as though he doesnt seem to be bothered by who his opponent is OR what his opponent is doing on the lanes. kase looks focused on what HE has to do and lets the pins fall as they will. however strong bohleber was, kase was right there with him.

The deeper this match went, you just knew, as good as these two competitors were bowling, something was going to go one bowlers way, and something was not for the other. As bohleber made his approach in the 8th frame, as our headline at the top of this site indicates, you could almost hear ol' blue eyes serenading in the background.  "And now, the end is near..." curtain....."

bohleber up in the 8th and working, threw about as good as a shot a right-handed bowler can throw. results? Stone 8. bohleber converted the spare and then marked in frame 9. as the match concluded, bohleber would finish first on the right lane. still in the drivers seat if he could manage a double in the 10th frame, break #2 decided once again to favor kase. perhaps an even better shot this time around for bohleber on his first shot in the tenth, resulted this time in a solid 10. at this point in time, bohleber was starting to look frustrated. he marked and filled 9 on his last shot to give him a 236 for the game.

kase needed to throw 19 pins in the 10th frame to tie bohleber and 20 to win. on the first shot by kase in the 10th, the ball looked very high at the 50 foot mark. however, whether the ball hit a skid area on the lane or possibly kase himself knew what the ball reaction would be, kase tripped the 4-pin on his first shot to give him a strike. at that point in time, you heard additional lyrics in the background....."and so I face, the final curtain...." his second shot in the 10th however was flush to close bohleber out. kase finished the night with one more strike giving him a 247 and his second consecutive title on the LISBT.  And then The Final Words of the night, "I'll state my Kase, of which I'm certain...."

after the match, bohleber while not visibly rattled or upset by the outcome, did sound disappointed with the results of the last few frames. especially his hit, or non-hit we should say in the 8th. "The shot in the 10th was not as good a shot as the shot in the 8th. the 8-pin killed me. I dont know whether or not if i would have closed him out after that, but i was feeling good up till that point. i needed that one hit. killed me. it really did. the 10th frame though, i didnt hit that ball good. the 8th frame? ouch. not much more that i can say. honest".

whether pete bohleber knows this or whether pete bohleber even cares to know, he is part of an exclusive club that has formed on the LISBT of 2003. he is now a member of the "One hit short" club. it is the fastest growing club on long island. next meeting? Next friday, july 11, 2003 at shirley. new members added weekly. count on it.  

Adult Scratch Division qualifying Highlights (250+/850+): Frank Kase, Deer Park 287-966, Pete Bohleber, Miller Place 279-952, Eryn Cully, Medford 274-935, John Scarpulla, Smithtown 258-926, Bob Feldman, Copiague 889, Bill Gocinski, Coram 874, Joe Heggers, Port Jeff Station 269-874, Kyle Mazur, Northport 867, Brian Nielsen, Levittown 275-863 and Kevin Rabich, Ridge 266.

Recapping the action for Smithtown:

Adult Scratch Division:  

Semi Final game: Pete Bohleber, Miller Place 252 defeated Eryn Cully, Patchogue 193 And Matt Traina, Farmingdale 178

Championship game: Frank Kase, Deer Park defeated Bohleber 247-236               

Adult handicap division: 

Semi Final game: Edward Walsh, Ronkonkoma 285 defeated Warren Newman, Commack 260 and Chris Buckley Sr, Farmingville 206

Championship Game: Jennifer paxson, patchogue defeated Walsh 215-211

Junior hdcp division:

semi final game: Matt Kingsepp, Miller Place 227 Defeated Candi D'Angelo, Coram 201

Championship Game: Chris Kieser, Northport Defeated Kingsepp 290-235

Junior Scratch division:

Semi Final game: Doug Feldman, Copiague 242 defeated Jack Castellano, Centereach 217

Championship Game: Feldman Defeated Mike Wodzinski, East Meadow 278-201

 

a total of 65 Bowlers participated. 

 

Next Stop: SHIRLEY BOWL, 631-399-1800, July 11, 2003 7:45 PM!

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300 game incentives for SHIRLEY BOWL

Adults: $187.00 plus $1.00 per adult entry!

Juniors: $87.00 Plus $1.00 per junior entry!

Keglers Korner...........

GREAT field of bowlers at Smithtown for our very first event there at the center! Great field. We visit another new center this week in SHIRLEY! Show support for some of these new houses the LISBT is visiting this year...so far this year....Simply awesome! The LISBT will conclude the first half of our schedult on July 18 at Westhampton. Then, we will work the schedule backwards for the second half. That means back to Shirley on July 25th and then back to Smithtown the following week after that..... Hope everybody had a SAFE 4th of July.....

The off week is done....BACK TO BOWLING THIS FRIDAY AT SHIRLEY! Hope to see you all there!  

TA-TA-FOR-NOW!

Until Next Time.....

Poppa Z!

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Standings after Qualifying

Bowler City Div Ave Hdcp G1 G2 G3 G4 Scr Tot +/- Ave AveH F3 B3 HG HGH
JENNIFER PAXSON PATCHOGUE Adult Handicap 137 83 234 170 216 120 740 1072 272 185.00 268.00 620 506 234 317
WARREN NEWMAN COMMACK Adult Handicap 191 35 210 206 256 193 865 1005 205 216.25 251.25 672 655 256 291
EDWARD WALSH RONKONKOMA Adult Handicap 179 45 213 189 206 214 822 1002 202 205.50 250.50 608 609 214 259
CHRIS BUCKLEY FARMINGVILLE Adult Handicap 179 45 159 192 243 227 821 1001 201 205.25 250.25 594 662 243 288
FRANK COLLINS HOLBROOK Adult Handicap 196 30 268 181 215 210 874 994 194 218.50 248.50 664 606 268 298
PAUL CASELLA PORT JEFF Adult Handicap 171 53 217 221 169 172 779 991 191 194.75 247.75 607 562 221 274
DOMINICK MINNECI SHIRLEY Adult Handicap 187 38 239 182 137 257 815 967 167 203.75 241.75 558 576 257 295
VINNIE ZAMBITO SHIRLEY Adult Handicap 171 53 167 178 181 225 751 963 163 187.75 240.75 526 584 225 278
MIKE BUCKLEY PORT JEFF Adult Handicap 160 63 175 198 159 165 697 949 149 174.25 237.25 532 522 198 261
PERI FAIRCHILD KINGS PARK Adult Handicap 196 30 170 202 175 277 824 944 144 206.00 236.00 547 654 277 307
RICKY WRAGE JR. SELDEN Adult Handicap 181 44 191 212 226 138 767 943 143 191.75 235.75 629 576 226 270
BRIAN DARCY PATCHOGUE Adult Handicap 171 53 168 191 148 211 718 930 130 179.50 232.50 507 550 211 264
FRANK WODZINSKI EAST MEADOW Adult Handicap 192 34 223 201 186 181 791 927 127 197.75 231.75 610 568 223 257
CHRIS BUCKLEY JR FARMINGVILLE Adult Handicap 185 40 186 167 165 224 742 902 102 185.50 225.50 518 556 224 264
ELISA ALBA SMITHTOWN Adult Handicap 149 72 182 165 129 137 613 901 101 153.25 225.25 476 431 182 254
RICH ARCAS PLAINVIEW Adult Handicap 212 16 198 256 136 236 826 890 90 206.50 222.50 590 628 256 272
ROBERT BENNETT DEER PARK Adult Handicap 193 33 178 191 171 214 754 886 86 188.50 221.50 540 576 214 247
MIKE SCIAFANI NESCONSET Adult Handicap 186 39 188 191 124 218 721 877 77 180.25 219.25 503 533 218 257
CHRIS HALL SMITHTOWN Adult Handicap 167 56 163 179 151 159 652 876 76 163.00 219.00 493 489 179 235
PATRICIA DEALY SELDEN Adult Handicap 176 48 184 167 171 160 682 874 74 170.50 218.50 522 498 184 232
RON CAMMARTA SAYVILLE Adult Handicap 184 41 188 168 172 179 707 871 71 176.75 217.75 528 519 188 229
PAUL KODRASOV CHERRY HILL Adult Handicap 200 27 195 213 151 189 748 856 56 187.00 214.00 559 553 213 240
JOHN KINGSEPP MILLER PLACE Adult Handicap 188 37 159 183 202 160 704 852 52 176.00 213.00 544 545 202 239
TERRY HILL SHOREHAM Adult Handicap 207 20 178 144 218 210 750 830 30 187.50 207.50 540 572 218 238
JENNIFER KINGSEPP MILLER PLACE Adult Handicap 163 60 129 129 161 167 586 826 26 146.50 206.50 419 457 167 227
JOE BESEMER WADING RIVER Adult Handicap 200 27 175 163 213 159 710 818 18 177.50 204.50 551 535 213 240
KATHY WODZINSKI EAST MEADOW Adult Handicap 182 43 164 168 145 134 611 783 -17 152.75 195.75 477 447 168 211
                                 
FRANK KASE DEER PARK Adult Scratch 213 0 278 216 185 287 966 966 166 241.50 241.50 679 688 287 287
PETE BOHLEBER MILLER PLACE Adult Scratch 220 0 256 172 279 245 952 952 152 238.00 238.00 707 696 279 279
ERYN CULLY MEDFORD Adult Scratch 212 0 259 186 216 274 935 935 135 233.75 233.75 661 676 274 274
MATT TRAINA FARMINGDALE Adult Scratch 222 0 248 235 216 228 927 927 127 231.75 231.75 699 679 248 248
JOHN SCARPULLA SMITHTOWN Adult Scratch 213 0 216 195 258 257 926 926 126 231.50 231.50 669 710 258 258
BOB FELDMAN COPIAGUE Adult Scratch 207 0 234 183 239 233 889 889 89 222.25 222.25 656 655 239 239
BILL GOCINSKI CORAM Adult Scratch 196 0 192 244 205 233 874 874 74 218.50 218.50 641 682 244 244
JOE HEGGERS PORT JEFF STA. Adult Scratch 220 0 165 215 225 269 874 874 74 218.50 218.50 605 709 269 269
KYLE MAZUR NORTHPORT Adult Scratch 210 0 214 216 223 214 867 867 67 216.75 216.75 653 653 223 223
BRIAN NIELSEN LEVITTOWN Adult Scratch 210 0 172 182 275 234 863 863 63 215.75 215.75 629 691 275 275
CHRISTINE ANANIA SMITHTOWN Adult Scratch 210 0 201 230 219 190 840 840 40 210.00 210.00 650 639 230 230
KEVIN RABICH RIDGE Adult Scratch 213 0 160 214 266 198 838 838 38 209.50 209.50 640 678 266 266
PETE RUIZ SELDEN Adult Scratch 205 0 230 182 161 222 795 795 -5 198.75 198.75 573 565 230 230
BRUCE NIELSEN LEVITTOWN Adult Scratch 223 0 192 210 206 148 756 756 -44 189.00 189.00 608 564 210 210
WILLIAM D'ANGELO CORAM Adult Scratch 209 0 202 174 201 168 745 745 -55 186.25 186.25 577 543 202 202
                                 
CHRIS KIESER NORTHPORT YABA Handicap 168 55 258 201 181 191 831 1051 251 207.75 262.75 640 573 258 313
MATT KINGSEPP MILLER PLACE YABA Handicap 193 33 204 211 234 193 842 974 174 210.50 243.50 649 638 234 267
CANDI D'ANGELO CORAM YABA Handicap 161 62 198 181 167 159 705 953 153 176.25 238.25 546 507 198 260
RYAN WISNEWSKI EAST NORTHPORT YABA Handicap 191 35 165 253 203 175 796 936 136 199.00 234.00 621 631 253 288
JEROME DIETZ MASTIC YABA Handicap 193 33 197 185 204 214 800 932 132 200.00 233.00 586 603 214 247
JESSICA ALLEN BELLMORE YABA Handicap 184 41 161 231 162 201 755 919 119 188.75 229.75 554 594 231 272
CARA NIELSEN LEVITTOWN YABA Handicap 139 81 170 126 125 136 557 881 81 139.25 220.25 421 387 170 251
ANDREW D'ANGELO CORAM YABA Handicap 154 68 150 158 140 157 605 877 77 151.25 219.25 448 455 158 226
JIMMY KAVANAUGH RIDGE YABA Handicap 156 66 185 147 178 101 611 875 75 152.75 218.75 510 426 185 251
ROBERT MATZ CORAM YABA Handicap 163 60 166 138 177 152 633 873 73 158.25 218.25 481 467 177 237
                                 
MIKE WODZINSKI EAST MEADOW YABA Scratch 215 0 278 247 211 277 1013 1013 213 253.25 253.25 736 735 278 278
DOUG FELDMAN COPIAGUE YABA Scratch 211 0 224 251 217 214 906 906 106 226.50 226.50 692 682 251 251
JACK CASTELLANO CENTEREACH YABA Scratch 225 0 210 253 177 230 870 870 70 217.50 217.50 640 660 253 253
MIKE YAMMOND E. NORTHPORT YABA Scratch 209 0 226 173 248 203 850 850 50 212.50 212.50 647 624 248 248
RJ GOCINSKI CORAM YABA Scratch 200 0 205 204 196 233 838 838 38 209.50 209.50 605 633 233 233
LOUIS DALESSIO SOUND BEACH YABA Scratch 205 0 164 243 194 211 812 812 12 203.00 203.00 601 648 243 243
SCOTT REED SMITHTOWN YABA Scratch 190 0 181 209 190 231 811 811 11 202.75 202.75 580 630 231 231
NOEL OCASIO PATCHOGUE YABA Scratch 210 0 175 216 182 231 804 804 4 201.00 201.00 573 629 231 231
TARA MAZUR NORTHPORT YABA Scratch 192 0 201 220 203 173 797 797 -3 199.25 199.25 624 596 220 220
BILLY SHANNON COMMACK YABA Scratch 200 0 210 181 227 173 791 791 -9 197.75 197.75 618 581 227 227
JACK DANIELS COMMACK YABA Scratch 200 0 181 141 200 212 734 734 -66 183.50 183.50 522 553 212 212
COREY HIRT MASTIC BEACH YABA Scratch 197 0 193 183 161 167 704 704 -96 176.00 176.00 537 511 193 193
CHERYL DRUSIN HOLBROOK YABA Scratch 195 0 159 146 165 197 667 667 -133 166.75 166.75 470 508 197 197

Payout

Bowler Place Division Prize Amount
CHRIS KIESER 1 Youth Handicap Scholarship 80.00
MATT KINGSEPP 2     60.00
CANDI D'ANGELO 3     40.00
         
DOUG FELDMAN 1 Youth Scratch Scholarship 110.00
MIKE WODZINSKI 2     75.00
JACK CASTELLANO 3     40.00
         
FRANK CASE 1 Adult Scratch Cash 150.00
PETE BOHLEBER 2     100.00
ERYN CULLY (Refused Cash) 3     75.00
MATT TRAINA 4     40.00
         
JENNIFER PAXSON 1 Adult Handicap Cash 175.00
EDWARD WALSH 2     125.00
WARREN NEWMAN 3     100.00
CHRIS BUCKLEY SR 4     75.00
FRANK COLLINS 5     50.00
PAUL CASELLA 6     40.00
         
Adult Brackets Scratch/Hndcp       640.00
         
Paid Out       1975.00

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