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2002 Inductees

On April 13, 2002, Richard F. Kopacz, George E. Manning, and Joseph W. Ponessi were inducted into the Hall of Fame for their bowling ability.  There were 131 people present to witness the ceremony for the three inductees.  There were also a total of 42 Hall of Fame members in attendance, which is the most Hall of Fame members present at a single ceremony ever.

 

Richard Kopacz has bowled for 39 years in Newburgh and Monroe.  He was noted as one of the better left hand bowlers during the early 1980's.  He has bowled over 100 - 700 series, and his highest 3 game series is 812.  Richard's highest single game is a 300, and his highest single season average is 216.

 

George Manning started bowling at Bowling Time Lanes in 1969.  His high single game is 300, and high 3 game series is 764.  George's highest season average is 214.

 

Joseph Ponessi bowled for 30 years, and has not bowled since 1991 due to injury.  Joe was the very first bowler to roll a 300 game at Campi - Tarsio Lanes, now known as Pat Tarsio Lanes on route 52 in Newburgh.  His highest 3 game series is 791.  During the 1960's - 1970's, Joe had averaged high 190's and 200's with his highest season average being 206.

 

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