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H.S. Bowling Roundup: Sir Bills sweep South High

January 20, 2011
By The Leader-Herald

SOUTH GLENS FALLS - Jeff Erwin rolled a high game of 206 on his way to a 565 series as Johnstown swept South Glens Falls, 4-0, in a Foothills Council boys bowling match at Spare Time Lanes.

Cody Frank posted a 184-541 for Johnstown, while Gus Hilts added a 223-489 for Johnstown, which finished with a 3,038-2,715 edge in the total pin count.

Matt Brady had a 215-553 to lead South Glens Falls.

Glens Falls 2, Gloversville 2

HUDSON FALLS - Trevor Trepasso had a 257-652 as Glens Falls tied Gloversville in a Foothills Council boys bowling match at B&C Lanes.

Justin Jones had a 232-625 for the Indians (19-29 Foothills), who finished with a 3,395-3,383 edge in the total pin count.

Tom Cole had a 237-643 to lead Gloversville (13-33 Foothills), while Andrew White had a 236-632. Matt Berger posted a 206-601 for the Huskies, while Matt Cramer had a 203-587.

Scotia-Glenville 4, Broadalbin-Perth 0

SCOTIA - Parker Lobel had a 235-677 to lead Scotia-Glenville to a sweep of Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council boys bowling match at Rolling Greens Lanes.

Mike Dwyer had a 232-606 for the Tartans, while Anthony Auspelmeyer posted a 222-605.

Mike Puglisi had a 242-699 to lead B-P, while Kyle Kilburn had a 217-583. Joe Wojcik had a 230-562 for the Patriots.

Scotia-Glenville posted a 3,582-3,410 edge in the total pin count.

Western Athletic Conference

Canajoharie 4, Schenectady Christian 0

CANAJOHARIE - Damon Mason finished with a high game of 217 on his way to a 591 series as Canajoharie swept Schenectady Christian at Iroquois Lanes.

Mike Bowman added a 222-578 for the Cougars, while Peter Briele had a 184-519.

James Curwick had a 441-168 to lead Schenectady Christian. Canajoharie finished with a 2,593-1,983 edge in the total pin count.

Middleburgh 4, Mayfield 0

MIDDLEBURGH - Robert Benning had a 234 high game and a 585 series to lead Middleburgh to a sweep of Mayfield at Middleburgh Lanes.

Mike Young led Mayfield with a 555 series.

The Knights finished with a 2,750-2,593 edge in the total pin count.

Colonial Council

Mechanicville 27, Fonda-Fultonville 5

FONDA - Shane LaFountain had a high game of 243 on his way to a 634 series as Mechanicville topped Fonda-Fultonville at Perry Lanes.

Zack Shufelt added a 190-513 for the Red Raiders, who finished with a 3,248-2,643 edge in the total pin count.

Derek Bedell had a 218-597 to lead FFCS, while Zach Kenyon had a 193-503.

Big 10

Amsterdam 4, LaSalle 0

WYNANTSKILL - A.J. Bryk rolled a 235-640 to lead Amsterdam to a sweep of LaSalle at Hi Way Recreation.

Ben Patrick added a 267-627 for the Rams (36-16), who finished with a 3,501-3,115 edge in the total pin count.

Dave Hawkins registered a 245-608 for Amsterdam.

GIRLS BOWLING

Foothills Council

Johnstown 4, South Glens Falls 0

SOUTH GLENS FALLS - Alexis Zebrowski rolled a 170-474 to lead Johnstown to a sweep of South Glens Falls at Spare Time Lanes.

Caitlyn VanAernam had a 172-457 for the Lady Bills, Morgan Ruggeri had a 160-456 and Alyssa Hadcock posted a 150-438.

Emily Wilson had a 167-466 to lead South Glens Falls.

Johnstown finished with a 2,658-2,065 edge in the total pin count.

Western Athletic Conference

Canajoharie 4, Schenectady Christian 0

CANAJOHARIE - Shelby Colegrove recorded a 194-538 to lead Canajoharie to a sweep of Schenectady Christian at Iroquois Lanes.

Jessica Herringshaw added a 183-493 for Canajoharie, which finished with a 2,130-1,837 edge in the total pin count.

Audrey Humphrey had a 168-440 to lead Schenectady Christian.

Mayfield 3, Middleburgh 1

MIDDLEBURGH - Selena Barber had a 542 series to lead Mayfield to a win over Middleburgh at Middleburgh Lanes.

Brittany Nelson had a 477 series to lead Middleburgh.

Mayfield finished with a 2,151-2,072 edge in the total pin count.

Colonial Council

Mechanicville 21.5, Fonda-Fultonville 10.5

JOHNSTOWN - Allison Carula had a 191-486 to lead Mechanicville to a win over Fonda-Fultonville at Perry Lanes.

The Red Raiders finished with a 2,293-2,127 edge in the total pin count.

Guilyan O'Kosky had a 193-511 to lead FFCS, while Danielle Flander posted a 148-380.

 
 

 

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