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2015 Bocce Tournaments

“I THE ONE” Singles Tournament
April 26th – 27th
Palazzo di Bocce
Lake Orion MI
Contact: 248-371-9987

Cascade Park Italian Festival Bocce Tournament
June 19th – 21st
Cascade Park New Castle PA
Contact: P.J. @ 724-730-5548

2015 US Bocce National Championships
June 22 – June 27 * One Week Event
Methuen Sons of Italy
Methuen MA
Contact: Joe Quartarone (978) 204-3663

2015 U.S. National Bocce Tournament
June 22nd -27th
Two Tournaments A&B Division
S.O.I. Methuen MA
Contact: Ralph @ 978-479-4949

Club Molisani
9th Annual Cleveland International Bocce Tournament
JUNE 26th – June 28th
Mayfield Park, Cleveland OH
Contact Mike Frabotta @ 440-785-6158
Fiesta Italiana Bocce Tournament
June 26th and 27th
Armory at Seattle Center Seattle WA
Contact: Nello Prissinotti @ 425-746-0814

I.M.B.S. Big Tournament
July 9th – 12th
Koppel PA
Contact: Louie Nocera @ 714-506-0197

2015 World Series of Bocce
July 16th-19th
Rome Toccolana Club
Rome NY
Contact: 315-339-3609

2015th Cleveland Challenge Cup of Bocce
August 21st –23rd
Wickliffe Italian-American Club
Wickliffe OH
Contact: Paul @ 440-552-1865

If your club wants to list it's tournament contact us with your information

2014 IMBS 4-Person TOURNAMENT, Koppel, PA

Michael Mangerie, Ron Reeher, John Ley and Zach Zelesnak

The Wickliffe Italian American Home, Wickliffe, OH

Dennis Strnad, Domenic Aveni, Mike Frabotta, Anthony Croce. From little Italy and Mayfield Hts, OH went undefeated

The Wickliffe Italian American Home, Wickliffe, OH

Team Palazzo 777 - Jason Wisniewski, Jose Botto, Pat Concordia, and Pat Pezzin

The Wickliffe Italian American Home, Wickliffe, OH

Val Korosec, Vi Rupena, Rick Continenza (Club President), Brianne Ciasullo, Margie Miller Ciasullo, and Tournament Director Gino Latessa

2013 IMBS 4-Person TOURNAMENT, Koppel, PA

Jeff, Chip, Lisa and Levi

2012 Rome, New York World Series of Bocce Champions
Wickliffe Italian and American Club

Brian Polantz, Gino Marulli, Pete Russo, Marco Cignarale


Team IMBS - Danny, S
ean, Lisa and Jimmy

1st Place 6th Annual 4th of July YOUTH BOCCE TOURNAMENT

TEAM usabocce.com - Ross Wyszomierski and Mike Rue

USABOCCE.COM  and the Bessemer Croatian Club

GOLD MEDAL -  JJ's / Farrell Italian Home

JJ's / Farrell Italian Home
Fred, Mike, Don and Bob

The 27th Annual Cleveland Challenge CUP OF BOCCE
at the Italian - American Club, Wickliffe, OH

Cup Of Bocce Champions
Rainbow Creek #24, Toronto, Canada

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Senator John Heinz History Center’s Second Annual Bocce Tournament and Festival

Joe Palumbo, Gene Giotto, History Center President & CEO Andy Masich, Jim Sacco and Tom Giotto

More than 1,500 spectators enjoyed the Senator John Heinz History Center’s Second Annual Bocce Tournament and Festival on Sat., Aug. 20, in the Strip District. Visitors indulged in Italian food provided by The Common Plea and danced to Italian-themed music from Pure Gold, Vito DiSalvo & Daniella Pasquini, and Jimmy Sapienza’s Five Guys Named Moe throughout the day.  Nearly 30 bocce teams competed against each other on specially constructed bocce courts to raise funds and awareness for the History Center’s Italian American Endowed Fund, which is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of Italian Americans in Western Pennsylvania. The bocce squad from the law firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC took the first place prize, while W.G. Tomko battled to a second-place finish. All prize winnings totaling $10,000 were generously donated back to the History Center.

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McFarland Wisconsin Youth Bocce League - Summer 2011

Bocce Kids
Molly Caviezel,  Gina Ruchti, Jered Green, Spenser Ross, Elliot King

IMBS 2011 Koppel, PA 4-Man Tournament

Tournament Champions
Danny, Stuey, Mooch and Harp


Cascade Park Italian Festival Winners
Mike, Greg, Harp and Debo


Cascade Park Italian Festival Winners
Chip and Karl

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Bocce . . . Americans Newest Team Sport

What do you think of when you hear the word "bocce"? Little old Italian men tossing balls on a dusty court? For years, bocce was considered the game of Italian immigrants. Today, it has become one of the country's newest team sports, it is now a part of the World Corporate Games and is an event in the Special Olympics. In other words, bocce is coming to town !

Bocce may be America's newest sport, but it is one of the world's oldest games.  Over the ages, bocce has changed from a crude sport played with round rocks, or even coconuts, to today's game with composite or metal balls.  Bocce also has had many names: " lawn bowling", "nine pins", "skittles" and "pentaque", to name a few, and has been played by many rules.

The USAbocce.com goals are to bring bocce to a higher level of professional participation by seeking out U.S. bocce tournaments and to connect US leagues for men and women. Bocce is a great game for people who cannot participate in strenuous physical activity, but who like a game with a high intensity level. Bocce players don't need the size or strength that is so important in other sports..

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Ellwood City Festival Youth Tournament

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The Ellwood City Arts, Crafts and Food Festival
is an event held annually in beautiful Ewing Park in Ellwood City, PA. Usually spanning a three day period during the 4th of July holiday, the festival also plays host to a major Bocce tournament.

Typically 25-30 four-person teams participate in the tournament.  Included in this year's tournament were teams representing Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio.

At this year's tournament, to my surprise, I watched a dozen or so young people practicing on the courts, after the tournament had ended. I soon discovered that they conduct another tournament the following day at the same Bocce facility.  This year they held their 4th Annual post 4th of July Youth Tournament.

These young guys and gals take the game seriously.  The entry fee is $10 per player.  They start off with a round robin two-person team, then seed each team into a double elimination tournament - winners take all.  I would imagine these kids range in age between 12 and 16 years old.  They played basically a smart game by calling every shot and knowing when to hit and when to lay in a bocce shot. Bocce Youth Tournament Transportation   The only difference between the novices and the tournament regulars - was their mode of transportation.  Instead of arriving by automobile, they arrived via scooters and bicycles.  I would like to commend Matt Morella who started this Post 4th of July Youth Tournament 4-years ago.  I hope many more young players read this article and continue learning, playing and growing to the popularity of Bocce.

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