AMSTERDAM - Jay Hadcock had a high game of 235 on his way to a 653 series, leading Johnstown to a 4-0 win over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council bowling match at Kelly's Imperial Bowling Center.
Ben Empie posted a 254-621 for the Sir Bills, while Jimmy Marshall added a 233-617.
Ricky Munchbach led Broadalbin-Perth with a 212-553, while Nick Scavia posted a 192-540.
Johnstown’s Ben Empie practices before Tuesday’s Foothills Council match with Broadalbin-Perth at Kelly’s Imperial Bowling Center in Amsterdam. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)
Matt Frisch finished with a 192-531 for the Patriots, and Austin?Corcuera had a 204-522. Jordan Holik added a 176-503 for B-P.
Johnstown (25-3 overall, 21-3 Foothills) finished with a 3,534-3,134 advantage in total pins.
Middleburgh 4, Mayfield 0
MIDDLEBURGH - Hunter Guest rolled a 243-659, leading Middleburgh to a sweep of Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference match at Middleburgh Lanes on Monday.
William Miaski posted a 204-557 for the Knights, while Matt Duell recorded a 215-545.
Cody Martin added a 179-527 for Middleburgh, which finished with a 2,975-2,466 advantage in total pins.
Alex Colby paced Mayfield with a 234-603, while Anthony Brandow posted a 184-488.
Mayfield 3, Middleburgh 1
MIDDLEBURGH - Carly Poyfair rolled a 181-513, leading Mayfield to a Western Athletic Conference match at Middleburgh Lanes on Monday.
Bryanna Hammond posted a 178-464 for the Lady Panthers, while Victoria Lander registered a 156-441. Cheyen Pilchen added a 162-439 for Mayfield, which finished with a 2,312-2,096 advantage in total pins.
Taylor Dolan led Middleburgh with a 180-483, while Courtney Wright posted a 199-430.