NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ - It was another day facing one of the top teams in NJIC, as faced Lyndhurst, who sit in first place and carried a 58-pin per game average advantage as a team entering.  The Bears captured the 7-0 victory over Hasbrouck Heights, but not all was lost on the day, according to Hasbrouck Heights head coach Dave Rispoli.

"Before the match," Rispoli said, "I asked the boys what personal goal or improvement they wanted to make today."

"Jake wanted to be above his average. He did a good job achieving that. He would have been even higher the last game, but he had a few bad breaks. :Damiano continues to improve and again makes me proud. His goal was to average 135 for the day. He did better than that, averaging 138. He also converted the 5-7 split."

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"It was nice to bowl above our average as a team in each of the games, The boys and I were really happy with our games over 600."

Sean Reyes 164 177 137 478
Damiano DeCandia 142 126 146 414
Johnny Parker 124 105 157 386
Jake Rozsa 199 180 158 537
Hasbrouck Heights 629 588 598 1815
Lyndhurst 677 628 745 2050

 

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