Foothills Council bowling all-star teams announced
Several area bowlers were among those named to the 2018-19 Foothills Council bowling all-star team.
Johnstown’s Mick Winton, Amsterdam’s Jon Schultz, Gloversville’s Derek Taylor and Gloversville’s Adam Loveless all were named to the first team.
Winton, a freshman, finished the season with a 213 average, while Schultz had a 210 average. Taylor posted a 200 average for the Huskies, while Loveless averaged a 201. Gloversville won the regular-season Foothills Council title.
Amsterdam’s Nic Carbone (194), Gloversville’s Lane Dailey (181) and Gloversville’s Aiden Carter (191) were named second-team all-stars.
Also named to the first team were South Glens Falls’ Will Bickford (218 average), Scotia-Glenville’s Jacob McKenzie (202), South Glens Falls’ Kara Rapp (203) and South Glens Falls’ Dalton Jones (198).
Rounding out the second-team all-stars were South Glens Falls’ Mykal Brunell (195), Scotia-Glenville’s Brett Unser (195), Schuylerville’s Colton Weatherwax (194), Hudson Falls’ Logan Bennett (193) and Glens Falls’ Payton Granger (194).
In addition to its all-star teams, the Foothills Council also handed out sportsmanship awards.
Gloversville’s Brad Wisniewski, Broadalbin-Perth’s Alex Filmer, Amsterdam’s Briana Bascom and Johnstown’s Steven Hulbert were among those earning sportsmanship awards.
Rounding out the sportsmanship award winners were Scotia-Glenville’s Ryan Rockwell, Hudson Falls’ Taylor Markham, Scotia-Glenville’s Jacy Roman, Queensbury’s Alyssa Clark, Schuylerville’s Rachel McInerney and Glens Falls’ Austin Montello.
2018-19 Foothills Council Bowling All-Stars
Will Bickford (South Glens Falls), Mick Winton (Johnstown), Jon Schultz (Amsterdam), Jacob McKenzie (Scotia-Glenville), Derek Taylor (Gloversville), Adam Loveless (Gloversville), Kara Rapp (South Glens Falls), Dalton Jones (South Glens Falls)
Mykal Brunell (South Glens Falls), Brett Unser (Scotia-Glenville), Nic Carbone (Amsterdam), Colton Weatherwax (Schuylerville), Logan Bennett (Hudson Falls), Payton Granger (Glens Falls), Lane Dailey (Gloversville), Aiden Carter (Gloversville)
Brad Wisniewski (Gloversville), Ryan Rockwell (Scotia-Glenville), Alex Filmer (Broadalbin-Perth), Taylor Markham (Hudson Falls), Jacy Roman (Scotia-Glenville), Alyssa Clark (Queensbury), Rachel McInerney (Schuylerville), Briana Bascom (Amsterdam), Austin Montello (Glens Falls), Steven Hulbert (Johnstown)