Area bowlers named Foothills all-stars
Several area bowlers were among those named to the Foothills Council bowling all-star team.
Gloversville had Adam Loveless, Mark Sgambato, Riley Griffiths and Aiden Carter all named to the first team. The Huskies won the league’s regular-season title. Loveless posted a 210 average, Sgambato had a 211, Griffiths posted a 204 and Carter had a 200.
In addition to its four first-team selections, Gloversville also had Adrian Dorman named to the second team. Dorman posted a 197 average for the Huskies this season.
Amsterdam had three bowlers named second-team all-stars. Jon Wolff (198), Mekhi Curry (195) and Donovan Lazier (194) all earned second-team honors for the Rams.
Johnstown’s Mick Winton (198) and Broadalbin-Perth’s Alex Filmer (196) also were named second-team Foothills Council all-stars.
Gloversville also had Landon Tallon, Alic Sweet and Brad Wisniewski named honorable mention. Johnstown’s Steve Hulbert also earned honorable-mention status.
South Glens Falls’ Will Bickford was named the league’s MVP after posting a 223 average this season. South Glens Falls also had Jacob Hall (213 avg.) and Mykal Brunelle (205) named first-team all-stars.
Rounding out the first-team selections were Glens Falls’ Payton Granger (200) and Hudson Falls’ Logan Bennett (202).
South Glens Falls’ Dalton Jones was named a second-team all-star after finishing with a 199 average this season.
Scotia-Glenville’s Brett Unser and Glens Falls’ Jocelyn Smith rounded out the second-team selections. Both finished the season with 194 averages.
Earning honorable mention were Scotia-Glenville’s E.J. Adams, Hudson Falls’ Gavin Bennett and South Glens Falls’ Chris Sharpe.
2019-20 Foothills Council Bowling All-Stars
MVP: Will Bickford (South Glens Falls)
Jacob Hall (South Glens Falls), Mykal Brunelle (South Glens Falls), Payton Granger (Glens Falls), Adam Loveless (Gloversville), Mark Sgambato (Gloversville), Riley Griffiths (Gloversville), Aiden Carter (Gloversville), Logan Bennett (Hudson Falls)
Dalton Jones (South Glens Falls), Mick Winton (Johnstown), Jon Wolff (Amsterdam), Adrian Dorman (Gloversville), Alex Filmer (Broadalbin-Perth), Mekhi Curry (Amsterdam), Donovan Lazier (Amsterdam), Brett Unser (Scotia-Glenville), Jocelyn Smith (Glens Falls)
London Tallon (Gloversville), E.J. Adams (Scotia-Glenville), Gavin Bennett (Hudson Falls), Steve Hulbert (Johnstown), Chris Sharpe (South Glens Falls), Brad Wisniewski (Gloversville), Alic Sweet (Gloversville)