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H.S. Bowling Roundup: Canajoharie boys top Spa Catholic

December 18, 2012
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

CANAJOHARIE - Travis Colegrove rolled a 194-575 to lead Canajoharie to a 4-0 sweep of Saratoga Central Catholic in a Western Athletic Conference boys bowling match Monday at Iroquois Lanes.

Bailey Pitonza finished with a 195-544 for the Cougars, while Chris Parino added a 214-530.

Charlie Cusano posted a 211-593 to lead Saratoga Catholic, while Josh Pikus posted a 182-520.

Canajoharie finished with a 2.768-2,401 advantage in total pins.

Fort Plain 2, Schoharie 2

COBLESKILL - David Wilday finished with a 191-522 for Fort Plain in a tie with Schoharie in a Western Athletic Conference match at Cobleskill Bowling Center.

Austin Cotton rolled a 203-509 for the Hilltoppers.

Fort Plain finished with a 2,382-2,297 advantage in total pins.

Duanesburg 4, Mayfield 0

GUILDERLAND - Jason Kramer rolled a 241-618 to lead Duanesburg to a sweep of Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference match at Town & Country Lanes.

The Eagles finished with a 2,747-2,416 advantage in total pins.

Big 10

Amsterdam 5, Catholic Central 2

AMSTERDAM - Billy McGaffin had a 244-661 to lead Amsterdam to a win over Catholic Central in a Big 10 match at Kelly's Imperial Bowling Center.

Ben Patrick finished with a 236-622 for the Rams, while Jake Cetnar posted a 220-621.

Amsterdam finished with a 3,310-3,168 advantage in total pins.

GIRLS BOWLING

WAC

Saratoga Catholic 4, Canajoharie 0

CANAJOHARIE - Anlyn Billington rolled a 161-436 to lead Saratoga Catholic to a sweep of Canajoharie in a Western Athletic Conference match at Iroquois Lanes.

Kiara Putnam led Canajoharie with a 164-429.

Saratoga Catholic finished with a 1,615-1,566 advantage in total pins.

Mayfield 4, Duanesburg 0

GUILDERLAND - Carly Poyfair rolled a 219-568 to lead Mayfield to a sweep of Duanesburg in a Western Athletic Conference match at Town & Country Lanes.

Cassie Hammond had a 204-544 for the Lady Panthers, who finished with a 2,562-1,837 advantage in total pins.

 
 

 

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