H.S. Bowling Roundup: Johnstown bowlers lose to Glens Falls
JOHNSTOWN – Ian Dingman rolled a 257-604 to lead Glens Falls to a 3-1 win over Johnstown in a Foothills Council bowling match at Perry Lanes on Monday.
Justin Jones finished with a 215-603 for the Indians, while Codi Pennock posted a 244-584. Erin Ryan added a 202-556 for Glens Falls, which finished with a 3,414-3,274 advantage in total pins.
Morgan Ruggeri rolled games of 222, 232 and 214 on her way to a 668 series to lead Johnstown.
Jim Marshall posted two games of 193 on his way to a 577 series for Johnstown, while Jay Hadcock registered a 197-523. Ben Empie added a 189-517 for Johnstown.
Hudson Falls 4, Broadalbin-Perth 0
HUDSON FALLS – Brandon Boyer posted a high game of 279 to lead Hudson Falls to a sweep of Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council match at Broadway Lanes.
Ethan Kelsey rolled a 280-692 for the Tigers, while Tyler Colton posted a 246-663. Brian Barrett added a 221-668 for Hudson Falls.
Chris Smith rolled a 214-603 to lead Broadalbin-Perth. Matt Frisch posted a 227-538 for the Patriots, while Cody Husek added a 174-513.
Hudson Falls finished with a 3,762-3,094 advantage in total pins.
Saratoga Catholic 3, Fort Plain 1
CANAJOHARIE – Charlie Cusano rolled a 194-542 to lead Saratoga Catholic to a win over Fort Plain in a Western Athletic Conference match at Iroquois Lanes.
Josh Pikus added a 192-532 for the Saints.
Drew Fureno rolled a 216-540 to lead Fort Plain.
Saratoga Catholic finished with a 2,382-2,252 advantage in total pins.
Fort Plain 4, Saratoga Catholic 0
CANAJOHARIE – Krista Kazilas rolled a 195-543 to lead Fort Plain to a sweep of Saratoga Central Catholic in a Western Athletic Conference match at Iroquois Lanes.
Anlyn Billington posted a 177-382 to lead Saratoga Catholic.
Fort Plain finished with a 1,874-1,445 advantage in total pins.