Abington Journal

Lackawanna County Commissioners hold annual bocce tournament

SCRANTON — The 27th annual Lackawanna County Commissioners Bocce Invitational Tournament was held June 9 at McDade Park. The event featured 100 participants.

Kingwood Bocce won the Lackawanna County Commissioners Bocce Invitational Tournament. From left, Mark Dougher, Buildings & Grounds manager for Lackawanna County’s Parks & Recreation; John Rettura, tournament chairman; Ken Reis, Ignnagio Bruneo, Andy Russano, and Lucio Alercia of Kingwood Bocce; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_ABJ-Bocce-Winners-1.jpgKingwood Bocce won the Lackawanna County Commissioners Bocce Invitational Tournament. From left, Mark Dougher, Buildings & Grounds manager for Lackawanna County’s Parks & Recreation; John Rettura, tournament chairman; Ken Reis, Ignnagio Bruneo, Andy Russano, and Lucio Alercia of Kingwood Bocce; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley. Submitted photo
Bob Rossi Bocce took second place in the Lackawanna County Commissioners Bocce Invitational Tournament held at McDade Park in early June. From left, Mark Dougher, Lackawanna County Parks & Recreation Buildings & Grounds manager; John Rettura, tournament chairman; Bob Rossi, Dick Kenny, Jim Grego, and Dan Checko, team members; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_ABJ-Bocce-Winners-2.jpgBob Rossi Bocce took second place in the Lackawanna County Commissioners Bocce Invitational Tournament held at McDade Park in early June. From left, Mark Dougher, Lackawanna County Parks & Recreation Buildings & Grounds manager; John Rettura, tournament chairman; Bob Rossi, Dick Kenny, Jim Grego, and Dan Checko, team members; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley. Submitted photo