Fort Plain bowlers second at WAC tournament

LATHAM — The Fort Plain boys bowling team placed second at the Western Athletic Conference Tournament at Spare Time Latham on Monday.

Middleburgh won the boys team title with 5,950 pins, while Fort Plain (5,634) was second. Canajoharie (5,509) was third, Bishop Gibbons (5,306) was fourth and Schoharie (5,249) was fifth. Mayfield was sixth with 5,167 pins, Fonda-Fultonville (4,789) was eighth and Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville was 10th with 4,496 pins.

Middleburgh’s Donovan Mann had the tournament’s high series with a 682, while Fort Plain’s Brady Fureno had the high game with a 258.

Jimmy Fiaschetti had a 237-653 to lead Canajoharie, while Brandon Koons led Fonda-Fultonville with a high game of 221 and a 621 series.

Mayfield’s Anthony Brandow was named a first-team all-star, while Canajoharie’s Cian DiMezza, Fort Plain’s Drew Fureno and Canajoharie’s Cian DiMezza were named second-team all-stars.

In the girls tournament, Middleburgh claimed the team title with a total of 4,813 pins. Schoharie (4,090) was second and Fort Plain (3,966) was third. Mayfield (3,798) finished fourth, Berne-Knox-Westerlo (3,830) was fifth, Canajoharie (3,818) was sixth and Fonda-Fultonville (3,317) was seventh.

Middleburgh’s Carolyne Shultes had the tournament’s high series with a 621.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s Hannah Young had the high game with a 235.

Amy Reedy led Canajoharie with a 190-513. She also was named a first-team all-star.

Dakota Livingston led Fonda-Fultonville with a 161-440.

Livingston also was named a first-team WAC all-star and had the league’s high series with a 632.

Fort Plain’s Gabby Jenks and Canajoharie’s Kiara Putnam were named second-team all-stars.