H.S. Bowling Roundup: Mayfield boys get past Schoharie, 3-1

Mayfield's Ethan Brandow warms up prior to Monday's Western Athletic Conference match against Schoharie at Arterial Lanes in Gloversville. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

Mayfield's Ethan Brandow warms up prior to Monday's Western Athletic Conference match against Schoharie at Arterial Lanes in Gloversville. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

GLOVERSVILLE — Adam Colby rolled a 225 high game and a 570 series to lead Mayfield to a 3-1 victory over Schoharie in a Western Athletic Conference boys bowling match at Arterial Lanes on Monday.

Tyler Cramer posted a 20-550 for the Panthers.

Devlan Matthews led Schoharie with a 180-511.

Mayfield finished with a 2,333-2,315 advantage in total pins.

Middleburgh 4, Fonda-Fultonville 0

MIDDLEBURGH — Donovan Mann finished with a 245-685 to lead Middleburgh to a WAC victory over Fonda-Fultonville at Middleburgh Lanes.

Tyler Mann posted a 237-641 for the Knights, while Kevin Guest rolled a 227-624. Andrew Miaski added a 207-615 for Middleburgh, which finished with a 3,139-2,438 advantage in total pins.

Dylan Livingston led Fonda-Fultonville with a 212-553.

Bishop Gibbons 4, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 0

SCHENECTADY — Matt Belcher finished with a 213-544 to lead Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons to a WAC victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Matt Kordziel added a 189-541 for the Knights, who finished with a 2,672-1,917 advantage in total pins.

Skyler Barker led OESJ with a 195-488.

Foothills Council

Amsterdam 4, Schuylerville 0

SCHUYLERVILLE — Jake Preville rolled a 237-695 to lead Amsterdam to a Foothills Council victory over Schuylerville at Olde Saratoga Bowl.

Jon Schultz posted a 269-620 for the Rams, while Mike Hughes had a 202-568.

Charlie Sherman led Schuylerville with a 192-548.

Amsterdam (15-1 Foothills) finished with a 3,481-2,993 advantage in total pins.

On Nov. 21, Amsterdam recorded a 4-0 victory over Glens Falls at Imperial Lanes.

Preville had a 235-701 for the Rams, while Fred Pinto finished with a 257-648. Schultz added a 238-636 for Amsterdam, Michaela Kelly had a 246-621 and Nic Carbone rolled a 225-621.

Peyton Granger had a 236-666 to lead Glens Falls.

On Nov. 17, Amsterdam posted a 3-1 victory over Queensbury at Kingpin’s Alley.

Hughes had a 227-608 for the Rams, while Schultz had a high game of 224. Preville added a high game of 222 for Amsterdam.

Matt King led Queensbury with a 222-650.

Hudson Falls 4, Broadalbin-Perth 0

AMSTERDAM — Gavin Bennett finished with a 235-632 to lead Hudson Falls to a Foothills Council victory over Broadalbin-Perth at Imperial Lanes.

Logan Bennett rolled a 210-60 for the Tigers, while Patrick Randall added a 223-562.

Zach Rinehart led Broadalbin-Perth with a 247-707, while Kobi Mason had a 224-557. Mike Piska added a 194-550 for the Patriots.

Hudson Falls finished with a 3,340-3,147 advantage in total pins.

South Glens Falls 4, Johnstown 0

JOHNSTOWN — Will Bickford finished with a 671 series to lead South Glens Falls to a Foothills Council victory over Johnstown.

Jarrod Tessiere rolled a 655 for the Bulldogs, while Jarrett Morris added a 633.

Hunter Meher led Johnstown with a 267-652.

South Glens Falls finished with a 3,621-3,385 advantage in total pins.

GIRLS

WAC

Schoharie 4, Mayfield 0

GLOVERSVILLE — Mandi Williams posted a 223-510 to lead Schoharie to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Mayfield at Arterial Lanes.

Tori Harrington posted a 160-444 for the Indians, who finished with a 2,005-1,672 advantage in total pins.

Savannah Pierce rolled a 170-441 to lead Mayfield, while Megan Dion added a 154-401.

Middleburgh 4, Fonda-Fultonville 0

MIDDLEBURGH — Carolyne Shultes posted a 212-546 to power Middleburgh to a WAC victory over Fonda-Fultonville at Middleburgh Lanes.

Jaidyn Rose finished with a 179-515 for the Knights, while Cameryn Shultes had a 230-500.

Nicole Rowe led Fonda-Fultonville with a 141-372, while Krystal Coleman added a 112-321.

Middleburgh finished with a 2,271-1,550 advantage in total pins.

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