H.S. Bowling Roundup: Gloversville clinches Foothills Council title with win over Johnstown
GLOVERSVILLE — Riley Griffiths had games of 208 and 227 as part of a 627 series to help Gloversville post a 4-0 victory over Johnstown in a Foothills Council bowling match at Arterial Lanes.
The win clinched the Foothills Council title for Gloversville.
Lane Daley had a 253-620 for the Huskies, Derek Taylor rolled a 215-578 and Adam Loveless added a 200-526.
Noah Barner had a 216-615 to lead Johnstown (15-53 Foothills), while Mick Winton posted a 215-588. M.J. Enchautegui finished with a 212-559 for the Sir Bills.
Gloversville (57-11 Foothills) finished with a 3,369-2,989 advantage in total pins.
Broadalbin-Perth 4, Queensbury 0
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Matt Danise rolled a 223-624 to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a Foothills Council victory over Queensbury at Kingpin’s Alley.
Alex Filmer finished with a 248-297 for the Patriots, while Mike Piska added a 210-541.
Tony Fedele had a 195-549 to lead Queensbury, Alyssa Clark posted a 216-547 and Sevanah Dulasky added a 171-434.
Broadalbin-Perth finished with a 3,206-2,560 advantage in total pins.
Amsterdam 4, Glens Falls 0
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Jon Schultz had games of 219 and 267 on his way to a 637 series to lead Amsterdam to a Foothills Council victory over Glens Falls at Kingpin’s Alley.
Nic Carbone rolled a 227-632 for the Rams, Kai Brennan had a 278-629 and Mark Schultz added a 218-584.
Austin Montello led Glens Falls with a 266-659. Payton Granger had a 200-569 for the Indians (19-49 Foothills), Jocelyn Smith had a 210-554 and Joe Cook added a 203-520.
Amsterdam (51-17 Foothills) finished with a 3,344-3,132 advantage in total pins.
Hudson Falls 2, Schuylerville 2
FORT EDWARD — Logan Bennett rolled a 242-636 to help Hudson Falls earn a tie with Schuylerville in a Foothills Council match at Broadway Lanes.
Patrick Randall posted a 256-615 for the Tigers, Aaron Fuller finished with a 215-581 and Gavin Bennett added a 189-527.
Charlie Sherman finished with a 256-624 to lead Schuylerville, while Colton Weatherwax had a 215-616. Ethan Corlew rolled a 232-583 for the Black Horses and Logan Steele added a 214-578.
Hudson Falls finished with a 3,360-3,345 advantage in total pins.
South Glens Falls 3, Scotia-Glenville 1
SCHENECTADY — Jacob Hall finished with a 243-680 to lead South Glens Falls to a Foothills Council victory over Scotia-Glenville at Boulevard Bowl.
Mykal Brunelle had a 267-670 for the Bulldogs (51-17 Foothills), Kara Rapp rolled a 227-663 and Will Bickford added a 247-643.
Jacob McKenzie finished with a 272-632 to lead Scotia-Glenville (31-27 Foothills), E.J. Adams had a 226-606 and Jacy Roman posted a 231-591. Ryan Rockwell added a 205-576 for the Tartans.
South Glens Falls finished with a 3,706-3,504 advantage in total pins.
Fonda-Fultonville 4, Canajoharie 0
AMSTERDAM — Hayden Auspelmyer finished with games of 222 and 208 on his way to a 614 series to lead Fonda-Fultonville to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Canajoharie at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.
Connor Barnes posted a 227-601 for the Braves, Dylan Livingston had a 236-522 and Matthew Bowler recorded a 200-536. Korey Davis added a 190-501 for FFCS, which finished with a 2,853-2,514 advantage in total pins.
Cian DiMezza finished with a 208-567 to lead Canajoharie, while Louis DiLorenzo posted a 231-520. Barry Yerdon added a 179-505 for the Cougars.
Fort Plain 2, Bishop Gibbons 2
CANAJOHARIE — Zack Young rolled a 199-554 to help Fort Plain earn a tie with Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons in a WAC match at Iroquois Lanes.
Landen VanAlstine recorded a 184-528 for the Hilltoppers, while Damien Young added a 191-512.
Evan Simonds posted a 199-548 to lead Bishop Gibbons and Matt Kordziel added a 215-551. Joey Matala finished with a 171-496 for the Golden Knights.
Fort Plain finished with a 2,732-2,727 advantage in total pins.
Canajoharie 4, Fonda-Fultonville 0
AMSTERDAM — Melissa Bates finished with a 169-460 to lead Canajoharie to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Fonda-Fultonville at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.
Chloe Hoffman rolled a 174-438 for the Lady Cougars and Katelynn Kruger added a 150-361.
Crystal Coleman finished with a 177-458 to lead FFCS, while Mackenzie Quillan added a 139-360.
Canajoharie finished with an 1,873-1,622 advantage in total pins.