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Bowling Roundup: Champan's big day leads the way at B-O-D - Niagara Gazette

Monday, January 16, 2017

John Coram 234-648, John Leszczak 246-648, Mark Bucholtz 229-647, John Smith 226-645, Joe Cosentino 235-644, Don Salvatore 641, Rob Samborek 634, Mike Donovan 225-633.RAPIDS BOWLING CENTERNiagara Schoolmasters — Jerry Colosi 254-670, Joe Smeal 246-698, Mike Vilardo 254-726, Anthony Ciraolo 233, Mike Johnson 266-692, Doug Dewysocki 231, Dave Coulter 234.Fredrock Electric — Jan Ambrose 213-549, Marie Muoio 216-520, Mary Coram 194-535, Barb Lachut 194, Christine Walsh 200-563, Debi Blech 200, Nicole Anderson 187-507, Cheryl Kratts 223-560, Maryellen Pytlik 185, Dorothy Atkinson 213-583, Cathy Paonessa 258-695. Accurate Alignment — Tabitha Dominguez 254-679, Aaron Magliazzo 243, Paul Schroeder 278, Mike Andalora 235-650, Matt Scherman 230, Phil Mitchell 234, Dave Hall 246-700, John Panattoni 300-732, Chris Bauer 268-747, Jimmy Stevens 245, Ernie Hoover 279-713, Chris Bondi Jr. 234, Chuck Mackmin 257-680, Fran Nearhoof 256-675, Vern Jacobs 258-674, Jason Cramer 248-666, Dan Frederick 266, Jim Bilson 236, Fran Bax 262-714, Tim Glaz 248, Paul Biondi 237-675, Bill Clingersmith Sr 245-722, Stephqano Cirrito 258-670, Mike Smith 257-708, Tony Todaro 235, Dave Smith 256-664, Ryan Freeman 246, Tim Gray 236-683, Glen Bowen 256-698, Jake Wisor 248-637, Mike Perri 235.Guido's Upholstering/Joe's Guys — Frank Calovini-256-194-226-676, John Loss 258-236-651, Ed Kamrowski 257-212-650, Harry Jones 233-248-647, Carl Berak 208-219-620, Walt Kendzia 214-205-610, Dave DeVantier 203-203-602, Art Kroening 207-223-601, Wesley James 226-228-585, Bill Welch 227-580, Bob Cirrito 196-572, Princeton Browne 200-569, Paul Julian 210-568, Nick DelGrolice 195-565, Steve Domaradzki 202-556, Cesare Svizzero 213-551, Larry Rowe 222, George Smith 219, Bob Aquino 207, Lenny Bryant 203, Tony Runco 202, Jerry Peete 196, Jim Maietta 192, Dennis Milleville 192, Terry Tyriver 192, Phil Dirre 191, Dick Nelson 191, John Rogers 191, Bill O'Neill 189.Niagara Monument Seniors — Preston Marshall 201, Mary Crymes 180, Lisa Augustine 187-513, Terry Piper 194-537, Don Marsden 197, Phil Banker 216, Jerry Graff 234-627, Peggy Brooks 171, Marge Kerns 182, Bob Bedore 205, Chuck Miller 224-604, Bob Muehlbauer 192, Jerry Piper 215-611.John Paonessa Memorial — Joe Rainer 230, Lou Morreale 267, Ken Jackson 257-235-727, Darrell Borkenhagen 241, David Rick 247-239-707, Kevin Klinger 247-237-720, Anthony Rick III 278-676, Andy Kosut 269-652, Ernie Hoover 258-255-740, Mark Dinnocenzio 253-680, Bill Clingersmith 245-671, Chris Crisafuli 254, Bob Kenny 256, Ken Singley 232, Adam Hout 247-686, Chris Griffith 257-657, Colten Kitcho 243-683, Jim Ciraolo 245-659, Chuck Fink 243.John's Motor Shop — Jason Cramer 237, Steve Rodgers 256, Vickie Boyd 232, Jen Clarke 192-503, Linda Ortel 190, Ann Sinclair 208-623, Alan Carl 250, John Francioli 238, Mike Manzella 257-237-717.Wadsworth/Wirth Seniors — Jerry Peete 203, Gary Tenebra 215, Norm Flannery 212, Paul Ciffa 212, Vince Capaldi 228-597, Brent Kroening 232-655, Walt Kendzia 209, Bill Stanley 202, George Smith 2...

John Naklick, 85 of Adams - WWNY TV 7

Monday, December 26, 2016

Kuzma) Naklick, he graduated from Dexter High School.  He worked at General Electric in Syracuse and entered the US Army in 1952 serving in Korea.  Following his discharge in 1954 he went to work for Niagara Mohawk retiring in 1993 as foreman.   He also worked for many years as an electrician.He married Joan C Robarge on January 18, 1984.  The couple lived on Prospect Street, Adams, before moving to their home in the town of Lorraine in 2000 and spent winters at their home in the Fairways Country Club, Orlando, FL.Mrs Joan Naklick died January 15, 2011He is survived by two sons David (Denise) Naklick, Orlando, FL, James (Kathy) Naklick Pierrepont Manor, NY; two daughters Karen (Richard) Novak, St Louis, MO, Rebecca (John) Williams, St Louis, MO; a brother Michael (Terrie) Naklick, St. Petersburg, FL; and two sisters Mary Naklick, Brewerton, NY, Helen (Ted) Littler Seekonk, MA; a sister in law Nancy Naklick, Whitesboro, NY, seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.He is also survived by three step sons: Christopher Robarge, Syracuse, NY,  Carey (Laurie) Robarge, San Antonio, TX, Courtney (Julie) Robarge, Webster, NY;  five step grandchildren; step brother Charles Christy,  Palm Beach, FL and several step nieces and nephews.He is predeceased by three sisters Anna Naklick, Irene Valdata, Florence Gaevanski, a brother Henry Naklick and a sister in law Sally McIntosh.Mr Naklick was a communicant of Saint Cecilia's Church, Adams, forth degree Knights of Columbus.  A member of the American Legion Don Rounds Post 586, a member  and former Commander of the South Jefferson VFW Post 5344, and former member of the Adams Fire Department. H...

Bowling: WNY teams rank high in USBC tally - Buffalo News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Bowling Congress finished compiling the outstanding performances by individual and teams for 2016, four Western New York teams ended up among the year's high scorers in single-game performances.Two Niagara Falls teams posted some high scores among four-man teams. Topping them all was Precision Siding & Roofing, which scored a 1,074 on Nov. 9. The lineup included David Colangelo (242), Norman McKenna (278), Richard Maslen (275) and Harold Chapman Jr. (279).The Zajac Funeral Home team from Niagara Falls had the third-best game among four-man teams. David Zajac (300), Joshua Golba (241), Frank Zajac (211) and Matt Zajac (300) shot a 1,052 game on Nov. 4.The team of Jason Ciliberto (298), Adam Jozwiak (279)  and recent Greater Buffalo USBC Hall of Fame inductee John Meczynski (248) shot an 825 game at Wimbledon Lanes in West Seneca on Oct. 29. That tied another local aggregation –  Glenn Hauptman (246), Jeff Pohlman (279) and Joe Pohlman (300) shot an 825 at Classic Lanes on Nov. 12 – for the fourth highest three-man game bowled in USBC sanctioned leagues in the last year.State women's field growingThe New York State USBC Association reports this week that  325 teams have already signed up for the 81s...

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Bowling Roundup: Champan's big day leads the way at B-O-D - Niagara Gazette

Monday, January 16, 2017

John Coram 234-648, John Leszczak 246-648, Mark Bucholtz 229-647, John Smith 226-645, Joe Cosentino 235-644, Don Salvatore 641, Rob Samborek 634, Mike Donovan 225-633.RAPIDS BOWLING CENTERNiagara Schoolmasters — Jerry Colosi 254-670, Joe Smeal 246-698, Mike Vilardo 254-726, Anthony Ciraolo 233, Mike Johnson 266-692, Doug Dewysocki 231, Dave Coulter 234.Fredrock Electric — Jan Ambrose 213-549, Marie Muoio 216-520, Mary Coram 194-535, Barb Lachut 194, Christine Walsh 200-563, Debi Blech 200, Nicole Anderson 187-507, Cheryl Kratts 223-560, Maryellen Pytlik 185, Dorothy Atkinson 213-583, Cathy Paonessa 258-695. Accurate Alignment — Tabitha Dominguez 254-679, Aaron Magliazzo 243, Paul Schroeder 278, Mike Andalora 235-650, Matt Scherman 230, Phil Mitchell 234, Dave Hall 246-700, John Panattoni 300-732, Chris Bauer 268-747, Jimmy Stevens 245, Ernie Hoover 279-713, Chris Bondi Jr. 234, Chuck Mackmin 257-680, Fran Nearhoof 256-675, Vern Jacobs 258-674, Jason Cramer 248-666, Dan Frederick 266, Jim Bilson 236, Fran Bax 262-714, Tim Glaz 248, Paul Biondi 237-675, Bill Clingersmith Sr 245-722, Stephqano Cirrito 258-670, Mike Smith 257-708, Tony Todaro 235, Dave Smith 256-664, Ryan Freeman 246, Tim Gray 236-683, Glen Bowen 256-698, Jake Wisor 248-637, Mike Perri 235.Guido's Upholstering/Joe's Guys — Frank Calovini-256-194-226-676, John Loss 258-236-651, Ed Kamrowski 257-212-650, Harry Jones 233-248-647, Carl Berak 208-219-620, Walt Kendzia 214-205-610, Dave DeVantier 203-203-602, Art Kroening 207-223-601, Wesley James 226-228-585, Bill Welch 227-580, Bob Cirrito 196-572, Princeton Browne 200-569, Paul Julian 210-568, Nick DelGrolice 195-565, Steve Domaradzki 202-556, Cesare Svizzero 213-551, Larry Rowe 222, George Smith 219, Bob Aquino 207, Lenny Bryant 203, Tony Runco 202, Jerry Peete 196, Jim Maietta 192, Dennis Milleville 192, Terry Tyriver 192, Phil Dirre 191, Dick Nelson 191, John Rogers 191, Bill O'Neill 189.Niagara Monument Seniors — Preston Marshall 201, Mary Crymes 180, Lisa Augustine 187-513, Terry Piper 194-537, Don Marsden 197, Phil Banker 216, Jerry Graff 234-627, Peggy Brooks 171, Marge Kerns 182, Bob Bedore 205, Chuck Miller 224-604, Bob Muehlbauer 192, Jerry Piper 215-611.John Paonessa Memorial — Joe Rainer 230, Lou Morreale 267, Ken Jackson 257-235-727, Darrell Borkenhagen 241, David Rick 247-239-707, Kevin Klinger 247-237-720, Anthony Rick III 278-676, Andy Kosut 269-652, Ernie Hoover 258-255-740, Mark Dinnocenzio 253-680, Bill Clingersmith 245-671, Chris Crisafuli 254, Bob Kenny 256, Ken Singley 232, Adam Hout 247-686, Chris Griffith 257-657, Colten Kitcho 243-683, Jim Ciraolo 245-659, Chuck Fink 243.John's Motor Shop — Jason Cramer 237, Steve Rodgers 256, Vickie Boyd 232, Jen Clarke 192-503, Linda Ortel 190, Ann Sinclair 208-623, Alan Carl 250, John Francioli 238, Mike Manzella 257-237-717.Wadsworth/Wirth Seniors — Jerry Peete 203, Gary Tenebra 215, Norm Flannery 212, Paul Ciffa 212, Vince Capaldi 228-597, Brent Kroening 232-655, Walt Kendzia 209, Bill Stanley 202, George Smith 2...

John Naklick, 85 of Adams - WWNY TV 7

Monday, December 26, 2016

Kuzma) Naklick, he graduated from Dexter High School.  He worked at General Electric in Syracuse and entered the US Army in 1952 serving in Korea.  Following his discharge in 1954 he went to work for Niagara Mohawk retiring in 1993 as foreman.   He also worked for many years as an electrician.He married Joan C Robarge on January 18, 1984.  The couple lived on Prospect Street, Adams, before moving to their home in the town of Lorraine in 2000 and spent winters at their home in the Fairways Country Club, Orlando, FL.Mrs Joan Naklick died January 15, 2011He is survived by two sons David (Denise) Naklick, Orlando, FL, James (Kathy) Naklick Pierrepont Manor, NY; two daughters Karen (Richard) Novak, St Louis, MO, Rebecca (John) Williams, St Louis, MO; a brother Michael (Terrie) Naklick, St. Petersburg, FL; and two sisters Mary Naklick, Brewerton, NY, Helen (Ted) Littler Seekonk, MA; a sister in law Nancy Naklick, Whitesboro, NY, seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.He is also survived by three step sons: Christopher Robarge, Syracuse, NY,  Carey (Laurie) Robarge, San Antonio, TX, Courtney (Julie) Robarge, Webster, NY;  five step grandchildren; step brother Charles Christy,  Palm Beach, FL and several step nieces and nephews.He is predeceased by three sisters Anna Naklick, Irene Valdata, Florence Gaevanski, a brother Henry Naklick and a sister in law Sally McIntosh.Mr Naklick was a communicant of Saint Cecilia's Church, Adams, forth degree Knights of Columbus.  A member of the American Legion Don Rounds Post 586, a member  and former Commander of the South Jefferson VFW Post 5344, and former member of the Adams Fire Department. H...

Bowling: WNY teams rank high in USBC tally - Buffalo News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Bowling Congress finished compiling the outstanding performances by individual and teams for 2016, four Western New York teams ended up among the year's high scorers in single-game performances.Two Niagara Falls teams posted some high scores among four-man teams. Topping them all was Precision Siding & Roofing, which scored a 1,074 on Nov. 9. The lineup included David Colangelo (242), Norman McKenna (278), Richard Maslen (275) and Harold Chapman Jr. (279).The Zajac Funeral Home team from Niagara Falls had the third-best game among four-man teams. David Zajac (300), Joshua Golba (241), Frank Zajac (211) and Matt Zajac (300) shot a 1,052 game on Nov. 4.The team of Jason Ciliberto (298), Adam Jozwiak (279)  and recent Greater Buffalo USBC Hall of Fame inductee John Meczynski (248) shot an 825 game at Wimbledon Lanes in West Seneca on Oct. 29. That tied another local aggregation –  Glenn Hauptman (246), Jeff Pohlman (279) and Joe Pohlman (300) shot an 825 at Classic Lanes on Nov. 12 – for the fourth highest three-man game bowled in USBC sanctioned leagues in the last year.State women's field growingThe New York State USBC Association reports this week that  325 teams have already signed up for the 81s...