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Canandaigua USBC Association Tournament Completed.  Prize List Below.

Squad dates are as following:

Friday April 20, 2018 at 7:00pm
Monday April 23, 2018 at 7:00pm
Wednesday April 25, 2018 at 7:00pm (proprietor squad)
Thursday May 3, 2018 at 7:00pm

We have made changes to the tournament format.  You are now not required to bowl doubles and singles on one squad.  See rule 3 on the entry form for more details.

Due to the profit made during our January lottery ticket sales, the prize fund for the association tournament will have $1,165 in additional money!  Last season, it was $290.

Don't forget that our April 25th squad will have complementary pizza in between the switch from doubles to singles.

FINAL STANDINGS (OFFICIAL)
PRIZE LIST
Download entry form for team event
Download entry form for doubles/singles event

CANANDAIGUA USBC ASSOCIATION MASTERS BOWLING TOURNAMENT RESULTS
April 15, 2018
Roseland Bowl, Canandaigua, NY

PosNameTotal/GamesMoney
1.Dan Keenan  489 (2 games)$750
2.Mark Scuderi193 (1 game) $375
3.Matteo Cittadino 480 (2 games)$260
4.Bill Hasiotis   208 (1 game) $175















Pictured here is runner up Mark Scuderi,  Champion Dan Keenan, and Tournament Director Jon Barkley.

Dan Keenan won his first Canandaigua USBC Masters title with a 233-193 victory over Mark Scuderi in the finals. 

Keenan, who is the District Manager for Jeremiah’s Tavern, finished the 4 games of qualifying and 8 games or match play in 2nd place so he needed two wins to grab the title.

In the stepladder finals, the first match saw the number 4 seed and youth bowler Matteo Cittadino defeat the two time defending champion Bill Hasiotis by a score of 235-208.  Cittadino who was just coming off his first try at the National USBC Masters Tournament had a very successful tournament here in Canandaigua. In his match against Hasiotis, Cittadino raced out to an early 40 pin lead after four frames as Matteo struck the first four shots while Hasiotis had 1 open and 1 strike.  Cittadino was able to hold on at the end as Hasiotis left a couple of 10 pins that ruined his chance to three-peat as Masters Champion.  Hasiotis finishes in 4th place.

The second match featured Cittadino versus Dan Keenan.  Keenan and Cittadino started out tight with each making a couple of errant shots but converted the spares.  The difference in the match was at the end where Keenan strung 6 strikes in a row between the 5th and 10th frames.  Cittadino left a 4 pin and a 10 pin back to back in the 5th and 6th which resulted in the margin of victory.  Keenan was able to shutout Cittadino in the 10th with a mark which he did.  Cittadino finishes in third place.  The final score was 256-245 in a high scoring match.

In the championship match, Keenan faced off against Mark Scuderi.  Scuderi was red hot after throwing a 300 game in game 3 and an 802 for games 2, 3, and 4 of match play.  Scuderi chose to start the match being the top seed.  The bowlers were even after the first 5 frames but a double by Keenan in the 5th and 6th frames gave him a small lead heading into the 8th frame where a ringing 10 pin by Scuderi hurt him to put pressure on Keenan to keep striking.  Without the three bagger going into the 10th, Keenan only needed a mark in the 10th to shut out Scuderi and a mark he got it with getting the first strike in the 10th.  The final score was Keenan with a 233 and Scuderi with a 193.

Dan Keenan was crowned the 2017-18 Canandaigua USBC Masters Champion.  He took home $750 for the win and a championship plaque which will be awarded at the Canandaigua USBC Annual Meeting on Wednesday May 23 at the Elks Club in Canandaigua.  Mark Scuderi won $375 for his second place finish.

Talking to Keenan after the match about his strategy for the day, “As far as my lane play and strategy, after trying to play straighter inside, I decided I was in the wrong part of the lane. The middles were pretty flat, so I decided to change the surface on my Radical Intel to 500 and move right and play the gutter. I only shot 180 the first game, but I knew I had to remain patient. Once the lanes broke down, I was able to put up a good set. I went into match play with the same thought process. I knew I had to stay patient and grind out some wins, as I knew the lanes were going to be just as hard. I knew with the talent level I was really going to have to work hard for the number one seed. I knew Matteo Cittadino, Bill Hasiotis, and Mark Scuderi were all going to be tough opponents and I felt like the best chance at winning was to avoid having to bowl all three of them.”

Congratulations to Dan Keenan on his Canandaigua USBC Masters title.

  Download the Masters entry form here.

Dan O'Bine wins the 2017-18 Canandaigua USBC Senior Tournament
March 10, 2018
Roseland Bowl













Pictured is runner up Roger Crandall and Champion Dan O'Bine

PosNameMoney
1.Dan O'Bine $330
2.Roger Crandall $200
3.Dale Laska$100
4.     Bob Barkley      $100

Scores – Round of 8
Dale Laska def Annie D'Alessandro 245-223
Roger Crandall def Diane Tucker 232-228
Bob Barkley def Don Sheive 230-198
Dan O'Bine def Linda Christensen 207-174

Scores – Round of 4
Crandall def Laska 277-216
O'Bine def Barkley 257-214

Championship
O'Bine def Crandall 239-232

The tournament had 29 entries so thanks go out to all the participants.

Dates for the 2017-18 Bowl for the Cure
This years event will take place on Friday February 9 and February 10, 2018.  Pledge forms are now available.  Come out and help "strike out" breast cancer.  Click here to download a form.









17 YEAR OLD SARA BARKLEY TOSSES A 300 GAME IN ROSELAND BOWL YOUTH LEAGUE




















Bowling in the Junior Major Mixed League on January 6th at Roseland Bowl in Canandaigua, 17 year old Sara Barkley rolls her first 300 game as part of a 685 set.  Sara’s previous high game was 278.  When asked if she was nervous going into the 10th she says “I was not too nervous until the last ball.  The last ball, my legs were shaking.  I just tried to breath and relax.  Talking to my teammate Caleb kept my focus away from the game”.  I would like to dedicate this 300 to my Poppy.  He would have been very proud.  I would like to thank my family, my coaches Jon Barkley, Phil Trautman, Frank Rychlik, and Mike Rause.
Sara started bowling when she was 3 years old.   She used a Roto Grip No Rules Pearl to shoot her score.   The last 300 shot during the Roseland Bowl Junior Bowling Program was by Corey Christensen on January 5th, 2013.


212 bowlers bowled in the 9th Annual Bowl for the Cure Bowl-a-thon on Friday Feb 3 and Saturday Feb 4, 2017.

The donation for 2016-17 was $20.500 to the Breast Health Navigation Program at UR Medicine's Thompson Health and $1,000 to the Susan Komen for the Cure Foundation.





















































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