Huskies, Rams roll to Foothills wins
The four local Foothills Council high school bowling teams squared off in competition Thursday afternoon.
The Johnstown Sir Bills bowled virtually against Amsterdam, while Gloversville virtually faced Broadalbin-Perth.
Amsterdam, bowling at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes, picked up a 4-0 win over Johnstown at Perry Lanes, while Gloversville, bowling at Arterial Lanes picked up a 3-1 victory over Broadalbin-Perth at Kelly’s Imperial Lanes.
Adam Loveless led Gloversville with his 253-654 performance, while Adrian Dorman finished with a 235-611 and Mark Sgambato added a 219-604 effort. London Tallon added a 204-595 and Brad Wisniewski finished with a 235-575.
Alex Filmer paced the Patriots with his match-high 246-687, while Jake Pavone had a 213-593 and Derek Goebel finished with a 216-588. Jennah Graham added a 221-577 effort, while Joe Simonds finished with a 179-503 and Andy Simonds contributed a 185-435.
Gloversville (11-5) finished with 3,474 total pins on games of 1,225, 1,153 and 1,096, while Broadalbin-Perth (8-12) rolled games of 1,174, 1,161 and 1.048 for 3,383 total pins.
The Amsterdam Rams improved their record to 17-3 with games of 1,033, 1,178 and 1,016 to take total with 3,227 pins. Johnstown (3-13) finished with games of 871, 882 and 922 for 2,675 total pins.
Kai Brennan led Amsterdam with his 236-657 performance, while Patrick Hyam finished with a 234-597 triple and Donavan Lazier added a 198-548. Jon Wolff contributed a 234-546 effort, while Matt Sawitzki finished with a 178-495 and Makhi Curry rolled 135-384.
Steven Hulbert paced the Sir Bills with his 255-630 performance, while Camron Sweet finished with a 177-509 and Damien Roth added a 160-457. Mathew Ferrara rolled a 160-446 triple to with with a 150-410 from Peyton Bush and an 83-223 from Mercedes Allen.
Canajoharie 3, OESJ 1
CANAJOHARIE — Derek Mereness finished with a 193-557 to lead Canajoharie to a 4-0 victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville in a Western Athletic Conference boys bowling match Wednesday.
Tanner Ackerknecht rolled a 190-525 for the Cougars, while Henry Yerdon added a 179-466.
Christian Jones led Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville with a 212-517, while Steven Johnson finished with a 160-462. Alexander Ouderkirk posted a 173-422 for the Wolves and Zack Blowers added a 152-400.
Canajoharie finished with a 2,333-2,153 advantage in total pins.