Niagara Gazette


April 11, 2013

Bowling: Hayes, Maslen, Drylewski set new 3-man record

Niagara Gazette — The team of Jake Hayes, Rich Maslen and Tim Drylewski set a new City of Niagara Falls three-man team record, knocking down 2,362 pins in the Felicetti Concrete Three-Man league at Bowl-O-Drome to highlight recent action on the local lanes.

Maslen paved the way with a 300-288-856, while Hayes kept pace with a 300-290-846. Drylewski chipped in a 257-660. The previous record of 2,327 was set by Bobby Vitagliano, Brian Cline and at Matt Burt at Rapids Bowling Center during 2009-10 season.

Five other bowlers finished with 300 games. Tony Vanni, an 83-year-old bowling in the Friday Retirees league at Bowl-O-Drome, finished with his first ever perfect game as part of a 612 series. Mark Doel, D.J. Chapman, Jason Ciliberto and Ed Lavery, all bowling in the Scotty's Barbershop Five-Man league at Rapids, also rolled perfectos.


Felicetti Concrete 3-Man — Jake Hayes 300-290-846, Rich Maslen 300-288-268-856, Ernie Hoover 299-289-781, Gary Scott 251-246-235-732, Tom Brady 289-233-736, D.J. Chapman 279-269-760, John Rizzotto 256-243-714, Paul Montani 244-255-716, Doug Neuman 255-708, Mike Dinger 257-703, George Richards 250-246-709, David Zajac 268-238-721, Michelle Sterner 268-225-719, Frank Novak 288-720, Jimmy Jones 246-246-717, Dave Roeser 250-679, Bill Slish 253-691, Steve Healey 290-688, Matt Anderson 254-677, Dave Wakeman 238-225-687, Jerry Casero Jr. 240-232-698, John Hayes 258-697, Mike Chatt 279-695, Steve Biondi 264-685, Joe Sardina 259-663, Joe Luchese 247-679, Nick Fish 237, Nut Priesch 235, Mike Scott 236, Rob Klinger 237, Dave Spacone 258, Rob Leighton 247, Brian Czerwinski 247, Bob Cole 236, Shawn Finitz 264, Tim Drylewski 257.

Friday Retirees — Tony Vanni 300-612, Paul Luick 246-684, Bill Sterner 226-616, Stan Rzucidlo 246-604, Jack Faiola 241-639, Bob Bucci 213-612, John Gabriele 239-586, Ed Ross 225-560, Paul Wozniak 227-572, Jim Thorpe 211-569, Ken Smith 206-560, Bob MacNaughton 204-566, Julius Schapel 193-517, John Smith 190-565, Bill Owens 517, Jack Stewart 519, Frank Stewart 507, Ray Beltrano 507, Bob Bedore 520.

Red Bull 5-Man — Frank Pati 279-247-729, Michael Chatt 267-237-254-758, John Spatorico 247-279-730, Jake Hayes 247-248-714, Earl Pugh 235-230-236-701, Guy Schrack 243-661, Aaron Magliazzo 267-685, Tim Drylewski 243-233-682, Mike Walter 246-639, Don Russell 277-644, Chad Snopkowski 247-646, Joe Kwiatowski 257-657, Rob Lynch 636, Dave Sheldon 245-655, Matt Kares 258-668, Chris Favorite 258-662, Joe Vitello 278-693, Rich Maslen 248-235-698, Paul Montani 235-239-659, Steve MacKinnon 237-660, Joe Davis 278-659, John Kinney 630, Shawn Reed 632, Corey Parker 234-647, Rob Wasson 240-630, Chuck Fink 246, Marc Sturdivant 246, Dave Spacone 269.

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