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Jun 03, 2024

Babylon, NY: The LIGBT visited AMF Babylon and ran its 10th sport shot series event of Season 16. Guy Sereno, Massapequa, NY was the wildcard winner (top 6 game series by a non-finalist) and was added to the finals. Guy took full advantage of his finals pass by defeating Jedd Ocampo, East Meadow, NY 256-245 in the final shootout. Guy earned $1,000 while Jedd earned $700 for second place. Finishing in third was Darryl Freeman, Forest Hills, NY shooting a 223 worth $500. Rounding out the top 4 was Phil Rivera, Franklin Square, NY with a 207 worth $300.

The final shootout was really a 2-person battle between Guy and Jedd. Guy needed a double in the 10th frame to win the title and he threw 2 perfect shots. Jedd threw the only clean game in the shootout but Guy threw 9 strikes while Jedd threw just 4. Phil and Darryl each threw just one strike and competed for the last 2 spots in the shootout.

The LIGBT 2-squad sport shot tournament drew a great crowd of 120 entries, paid out $5,910 in prize money, and had 31 bowlers go to the cashing window. The side action awarded an additional $3,825 bringing the total event payout to $9,735.  

Scores to cash on the 45 foot “Route 66” pattern were 693 at 1pm and 691 at 3pm. The wildcard winner was champion Guy Sereno with a 1,402 six-game series. High series of the day was shot by Jacob Scotch, Massapequa, NY with an 824 in the 1pm squad. Two women advanced to the finals; Stephanie Pidala, Maspeth, NY (728 at 1pm) and Nancy Villavicencio, Whitestone, NY (744 at 3pm.)

LIGBT’s next tournament is House Shot Series #9 at AMF E. Meadow-Sunday, June 23rd at 1pm. To view the results of the AMF Babylon sport shot event please visit The LIGBT is sponsored by Turbo, WON Network and Randi B. Siegle Attorney at Law.