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Top 25 boys bowlers for 2021 season

Joshua Bholan, Smithtown (East), Jr. — Bholan led Suffolk with 39 match points, averaged 213.33 and had 11 series of 600 or higher.

Seth Braum, Wantagh, Jr. — Braum qualified as the final participant on the Nassau state all-star team and averaged 210.76 for the season.

Kieran Carney, Commack, Jr. — Carney ranked 15th in the county with a 214.43 average and had the highest series (777) in Suffolk.

Tyler Ciulla, Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK, Jr. — Ciulla was fourth in Nassau with a 211.11 average.

Christopher D’Amelia, West Babylon, Soph. — D'Ameila rolled a 300 on Dec. 3, 2019 in a win against West Islip and amassed a 216.60 average during his freshman season.

Mark Ferrara, St. Mary’s, Jr. — Ferrara had a 207 average in the CHSAA and finished first at the league’s individual tournament.

Joseph Gallagher, Seaford, Sr. — Gallagher totaled the highest three-game series in the county (719) and will serve as captain for Seaford.

Sebastian Gebhard, East Islip, Jr. — Gebhard rolled at least a 200 in 12 of his 25 games and earned a match point in every game except one.

Alex Grzybowski, Bethpage, Sr. — Grzybowski finished fourth at the Nassau individual championship to qualify for the county’s state all-star team.

Brandon Hughes, Sewanhaka, Jr. — Hughes ranked eighth in Nassau with a 207.16 average and was the fifth member of the county’s state All-Star team.

Seth Knipe, Longwood, Jr. — Knipe finished 11th in Suffolk with a 216.62 average and bowled a 200 or better in 26 of his 42 games.

Phil Macchietto, Mineola, Jr. — Macchietto was third in Nassau with a 211.44 average and qualified for the Nassau state All-Star team for the fourth consecutive season by finishing second at the county’s individual championship.

Frank Manetta, Commack, Sr. — Manetta rolled 14 games of 225 or better and was a member of the Suffolk state All-Star team.

Colin Michels, Longwood, Sr. — Michels qualified for the county state All-Star team with the third-best average (223.63) in Suffolk.

Steven Orland, Comsewogue, Jr. — Orland ranked sixth in Suffolk with a 221.92 average, had the fifth-highest three-game series (754) on Long Island and qualified for the county’s state All-Star team.

Dillan Otten, Eastport-South Manor, Jr. — Otten averaged 209.23 in his sophomore season and tossed a 300 on Dec. 10, 2019 in a win against Connetquot.

Louis Parrinello, Floyd, Sr. — Parrinello was 13th in Suffolk with a 215.74 average and rolled a 600 series or better in 10 of 14 matches for Floyd.

Kyle Perillo, Smithtown (East), Jr. — Perillo led L.I. with a 227.77 average, finished in the Top 10 on L.I. in match points (35), high series (748) and high game (289) and was named Newsday’s Bowler of the Year for the 2019-2020 season.

Alex Ramoska, Floyd, Soph. — Ramoska averaged 214.1, rolled 15 games of 200 or better and 11 games of 225 or better in his freshman season.

Dominick Rossi, St. Anthony’s, Soph. — Rossi was second in the CHSAA in average as a freshman and is the anchor for St. Anthony’s.

Stephen Russell, Central Islip, Jr. — Russell finished tied for the third-best three-game series (761) in Suffolk and compiled a 208.67 average.

Timothy Smith, West Islip, Jr. — Smith finished 10th in Suffolk with a 217.33 average and threw 10 games of a 225 or better.

Sean Vogel, Rocky Point, Sr. — Vogel averaged 212.56 in his junior season, bowled at least a 200 in 15 of his 39 games and had 11 series of 600 or better.

Nick Walker, Sachem (East), Jr. — Walker bowled at least a 200 in 17 of his 42 games, averaged 210.24 and was tied for second for the second-most match points in Suffolk (36).

Joseph Zagari, East Islip, Sr. — The lefthander finished ninth in Suffolk with a 218.1 average and threw a 225 or better in 12 of his 40 games.

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