H.S. Bowling Roundup: Amsterdam sweeps past B-P, 4-0

AMSTERDAM — Nic Carbone rolled a 278-714 to lead Amsterdam to a 4-0 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council bowling match at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes on Wednesday.

Jon Schultz posted a 251-711 for the Rams, while John Sawitzki added a 217-621.

Jared Eipp had a 246-615 to lead Broadalbin-Perth, Austin Wallace had a 205-542 and Kobi Mason added a 199-531.

Amsterdam finished with a 3,642-3,029 advantage in total pins.

The Rams are scheduled to travel to Schuylerville today, while Broadalbin-Perth is set to travel to Glens Falls today.

Johnstown 4, Queensbury 0

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Mick Winton rolled a 234-604 to lead Johnstown to a Foothills Council victory over Queensbury at Kingpin’s Alley.

Steven Hulbert posted a 191-562 for the Sir Bills and Noah Barner had a 203-516.

Tony Fedele led Queensbury with a 243-620, while Cameron Fuller rolled a 245-556. Alyssa Clark added a 228-551 for the Spartans.

Johnstown finished with a 2,890-2,578 advantage in total pins.

WAC

Fonda-Fultonville 4, Mayfield 0

GLOVERSVILLE — Connor Barnes rolled a high game of 245 and finished with a 618 series to lead Fonda-Fultonville to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Mayfield at Arterial Lanes.

Dylan Livingston posted a 210-522 for the Braves, while Matt Bowler had a 165-435.

Gio Angelo rolled a 227-513 to lead Mayfield, while Nick Williams had a 148-443. Logan VanNostrand added a 157-413 for the Panthers.

Fonda-Fultonville finished with a 2,395-2,040 advantage in total pins.

Fort Plain 4, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 0

CANAJOHARIE — Anthony Paradiso finished with a 244-638 to lead Fort Plain to a WAC victory over Berne-Knox-Westerlo at Iroquois Lanes.

Brady Fureno had a 200-582 for the Hilltoppers, Damien Young rolled a 247-567 and Landend VanAlstine posted a 195-539.

Zack Young had a 200-529 for Fort Plain, which finished with a 2,855-1,466 advantage in total pins.

Kevin Conoly finished with a 143-377 to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

Canajoharie 2, Middleburgh 2

MIDDLEBURGH — Cian DiMezza finished with a 266-719 to help Canajoharie earn a draw in a WAC match with Middleburgh at Middleburgh Lanes

Ethan France posted a 200-550 for the Cougars, while Jacob Montayne added a 200-540.

Andrew Miaski posted a 278-692 to lead Middleburgh, while Tyler Mann rolled a 225-609.

Canajoharie finished with a 2,803-2,785 advantage in total pins.

OESJ 4, Duanesburg 0

LITTLE FALLS – Skyler Barker posted a 203-529 to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a WAC victory over Duanesburg at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

Steven Johnson had a 187-495 for the Wolves, who finished with a 2,380-2,136 advantage in total pins.

Eland Colon led Duanesburg with a 166-603.

GIRLS

WAC

Mayfield 4, Fonda-Fultonville 0

GLOVERSVILLE — Madison Dann finished with a 166-447 to lead Mayfield to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Fonda-Fultonville at Arterial Lanes.

Savannah Pierce rolled a 168-417 for the Lady Panthers and Megan Dion added a 142-386.

Crystal Coleman had a 139-376 to lead Fonda-Fultonville.

Mayfield finished with a 1,575-1,1191 advantage in total pins.

Fort Plain 4, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 0

CANAJOHARIE — Rachel Zuppardi posted a 162-465 to lead Fort Plain to a WAC victory over Berne-Knox-Westerlo at Iroquois Lanes.

Emma Oldick finished with a 163-433 for the Lady Hilltoppers, who finished with a 1,735-1,549 advantage in total pins.

Marissa Schanz had a 151-407 to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

Middleburgh 4, Canajoharie 0

MIDDLEBURGH — Jaidyn Rose finished with a high game of 270 and a 743 series to help Middleburgh top Canajoharie in a WAC match at Middleburgh Lanes.

Cameryn Shultes posted a 227-652 for the Knights, while Carolyne Shultes added a 255-625.

Katelynn Kruger posted a 180-466 to lead Canajoharie, while Melissa Murphy rolled a 144-396. Chloe Hoffman added a 135-381 for the Lady Cougars.

Middleburgh finished with a 2,922-1809 advantage in total pins.

Duanesburg 4, OESJ 0

LITTLE FALLS – Kylie Largeteau finihsed with a 235-592 to lead Duanesburg to WAC victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

Cassie Schanz had a 188-502 for the Eagles, who finished with a 2,237-1,277 advantage in total pins.

Hannah Ouderkirk led OESJ ith a 134-338.

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