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Top 25 boys bowlers to watch

Meet Newsday's 25 boys bowlers to watch for the 2015-16 winter season.

Bryan Bono, Holy Trinity, Jr.

Bono is a valuable asset, alternating as the
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Bono is a valuable asset, alternating as the anchor for both the A and B squad. He is averaging a 195.

Nick Caruana, Sachem, Sr.

The anchor bowler has a 240 average through
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The anchor bowler has a 240 average through 15 games. He provides a 1-2 punch with new teammate Anthony Naujokas.

Anthony Cioffi, North Babylon, Soph.

The varsity starter since seventh grade rolled a
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The varsity starter since seventh grade rolled a 300 this season and has a high series of 746.

Connor Egan, Chaminade, Sr.

Egan rolled a 224 in Game 2 of
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Egan rolled a 224 in Game 2 of a 640 series to help Chaminade clinch its fourth straight CHSAA title last year.

Drew Esposito, Middle Country, Sr.

Esposito is a workhorse with a 223.1 average
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Esposito is a workhorse with a 223.1 average through seven games. He has a high series of 754.

Vinny Fitzgerald, St. Dominic, Sr.

Fitzgerald finished last season with a 213 average
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Fitzgerald finished last season with a 213 average and should be a standout this year, too.

Joe Franzese, East Meadow, Jr.

The clutch bowler often comes up with big
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The clutch bowler often comes up with big strikes and is at his best during close matches.

Adam Glickman, Hewlett, Sr.

Glickman had the second highest average in Nassau
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Glickman had the second highest average in Nassau last season. He will bowl at Webber International University next year.

Brandon Guerin, Bay Shore, Sr.

Guerin bowled a perfect game on Dec. 8
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Guerin bowled a perfect game on Dec. 8 and Dec. 9. He has a 231.5 average through 14 games.

T.J. Hines, Longwood, Sr.

Longwood's only returning starter has a high game
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Longwood's only returning starter has a high game of 278 and a high series of 738.

Tony Macchietto, Mineola, Jr.

The fierce competitor has steadily improved since joining
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The fierce competitor has steadily improved since joining the varsity team in eighth grade.

Connor Kramer, Sewanhaka, Sr.

Kramer began the season with a 690 and
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Kramer began the season with a 690 and 712 series in his first two matches. He rolled a high of 259 and 268, respectively.

Bryan Krinick, Hewlett, Jr.

Krinick is still maturing as a bowler, but
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Krinick is still maturing as a bowler, but rolled highs of 278 (696 series) and 270 (742 series) through his first two matches.

Justin Orobello, East Islip, Soph.

Orobello is young, but still has an impressive
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Orobello is young, but still has an impressive 235.7 average through his first 10 games.

Peter Ramos, West Babylon, Jr.

The No. 5 spot anchor bowler has been
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The No. 5 spot anchor bowler has been consistent through 12 games, posting a 231 average.

Jason Richards, Clarke, Jr.

Richards, a five-year varsity starter, rolled a 247
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Richards, a five-year varsity starter, rolled a 247 in the first game of a 635 series against Herricks on Dec. 3.

David Sherman, East Islip, Sr.

The senior and first-time starter is a standout
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The senior and first-time starter is a standout with a 228.8 average through his first eight games this year.

Kurt Schall Jr., Middle Country, Jr.

The consistent two-handed bowler sports a 233.8 average
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The consistent two-handed bowler sports a 233.8 average through eight games this season.

Brandon Soedarmasto, Division, Sr.

Soedarmasto is poised to lead Nassau in average
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Soedarmasto is poised to lead Nassau in average for a third consecutive year. He had a 234 last season.

Cole Uganzia, Kellenberg, Sr.

Uganzia has been the picture of consistency, bowling
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Uganzia has been the picture of consistency, bowling over a 600 series in each of his first four matches.

Rich Valentine, Farmingdale, Sr.

Valentine was one of Nassau's top bowlers last
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Valentine was one of Nassau's top bowlers last season. He debuted this year with a 691 series on Dec. 1.

Christopher Vietri, Holy Trinity, Sr.

Vietri was named the CHSAA regular-season MVP last
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Vietri was named the CHSAA regular-season MVP last year. He alternates anchoring Holy Trinity's A and B squads.

Tyler Weller, Comsewogue, Sr.

Weller has a 224.25 average his first 12
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Weller has a 224.25 average his first 12 games this season, but boasts a high series of 770.

Thomas White Jr., Commack, Soph.

White Jr. has a 224.5 average through his
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White Jr. has a 224.5 average through his first 10 games this season with a high series of 740.

Adam Zimmerman, Deer Park, Sr.

Zimmerman is averaging a 247.5 through 15 games.
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Zimmerman is averaging a 247.5 through 15 games. He set a Long Island record with a 237.42 average last season.

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