H.S. Bowling Roundup: Huskies lose to Hudson?Falls
FORT EDWARD – Brandon Boyer rolled a 279-702 to lead Hudson Falls to a 3-1 win over Gloversville in a Foothills Council boys bowling match at Broadway Lanes on Monday.
Ethan Kelsey posted a 256-639 for the Tigers, while Colin Kelsey registered a 265-606. Brian Barrett added a 214-577 for Hudson Falls, which finished with a 3,437-3,339 advantage in total pins.
Ben VanNostrand rolled a 233-611 to lead Gloversville, while Seth Weeden notched a 202-578. Tim Hoose posted a 203-551 for the Huskies and Nick Ferrara added a 214-544.
Canjo wins tourney title
LATHAM – Canajoharie finished with a pin total of 2,852 in the afternoon session to win the Western Athletic Conference Tournament title at Spare Time Lanes.
Bailey Pitonza rolled a 222-611 to lead the Cougars, while Mike Bowman added a 233-602.
Pitonza’s series was the tournament’s high series, while Bowman’s 233 was the tournament’s high game.
In the morning session, Canajoharie posted a 4-0 win over Middleburgh.
Bowman posted a 227-648 to lead the Cougars, while Pitonza rolled a 223-632. Damon Mason added a 204-602 for the Cougars, who finished with a 2,882-2,516 advantage in total pins.
Adam Warner led Middleburgh with a 204-572, while William Miaski added a 225-556.
FFCS eighth at tourney
Mechanicville won the boys team title at the Colonial Council Tournament on Monday
The Red Raiders finished with a pin total of 3,773, while Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 3,408 was second and Voorheesville (3,402) was third. Lansingburgh (3,397) was fourth and Schalmont (3,380) completed the top five.
Fonda-Fultonville placed eighth with a total of 3,048 pins.
Mechanicville’s Drew McHale posted the high triple of 690, while Schalmont’s Christian Lynch had the high game of 279.
Lansingburgh’s Cody Holland was named the league’s MVP.
Duanesburg 3, Fort Plain 1
GUILDERLAND – Jason Cramer rolled a 232-604, leading Duanesburg to a win over Fort Plain at Town and Country Lanes on Friday.
Cody Largeteau posted a 224-568 for the Eagles, while Kyle David had a 205-532.
Aaron Honeywell finished with a 226-556 to lead Fort Plain.
Duanesburg finished with a 2,640-2,433 advantage in total pins.
Mayfield wins league tourney
LATHAM – Mayfield won the WAC Tournament title at Spare Time Lanes on Monday with a team total of 2,580 pins.
Middleburgh (2,139) was second, Duanesburg (1,885) was third, Berne-Knox-Westerlo (1,723) was fourth and Fort Plain (1,708) was fifth.
Saratoga Catholic was sixth with 1,602 pins and Canajoharie finished seventh with a total of 1,515 pins.
Kiara Putnam led Canajoharie with a 397 series.
In the morning session, Canajoharie posted a 3-1 position-round win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo.
Putnam led the Lady Cougars with a 220-520, while Kendra Kilcullen posted a 119-317.
Faith Gaddis led Berne-Knox-Westerlo with a 153-438.
Canajoharie finished with a 1,714-1,694 advantage in total pins.
Fort Plain 3, Duanesburg 1
GUILDERLAND – Krista Kazilas rolled a 215-528 to lead Fort Plain to a Western Athletic Conference win over Duanesburg at Town and Country Lanes on Friday.
Beth Mallett posted a 200-503 for the Lady Hilltoppers, who finished with a 2,096-1,977 advantage in total pins.
Bre Aanonsen rolled a 167-466 to lead Duanesburg, while Tia Schmaeh rolled a 149-417.