H.S. Bowling Roundup: Huskies sweep Glens Falls, 4-0
SOUTH GLENS FALLS – Mason Hoye rolled games of 211 and 210 on his way to a 571 series, leading Gloversville to a 4-0 win over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council bowling match at Kingpin’s Alley.
Nick Ferrara added a 199-526 for the Huskies, Derek Taylor rolled a 177-497 and Tim House posted a 219-495.
Cody Putney had a 214-565 to lead Glens Falls (0-8 Foothills), while Erin Ryan rolled a 190-493.
Gloversville (7-1 Foothills) finished with a 2,997-2,608 advantage in total pins.
Broadalbin-Perth 3, Scotia-Glenville 1
SCOTIA – Matt Frisch posted a 212-587 to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a Foothills Council win over Scotia-Glenville at Rolling Greens.
Austin Corcuera rolled a 200-564 for the Patriots, while Jordan Holik registered a 224-551. Chris Smith finished with a 214-540 for B-P, while Ricky Munchback added a 188-526.
Anthony Clay rolled a 192-569 to lead Scotia-Glenville, while Matt Gonzales added a 189-548.
Johnstown 2, South Glens Falls 2
SOUTH GLENS FALLS – Jay Hadcock rolled games of 236 and 213 on his way to a 641 series as Johnstown split its Foothills Council match with South Glens Falls at Kingpin’s Alley.
Morgan Ruggeri finished with a 235-638 for Johnstown, while Jimmy Marshall posted a 212-580.
Christopher Rapp posted a 247-634 to lead South Glens Falls (5-3 Foothills), while Michael Boyce added a 227-596. Justin Gillingham had a 212-590 for the Bulldogs, while Nick Fuller finished with a 201-555.
Johnstown (5-3 Foothills) finished with a 3,364-3,338 advantage in total pins.
Canajoharie 3, Mayfield 1
GLOVERSVILLE – Ryan Weaver had a high game of 200 and a 546 series to lead Canajoharie to a Western Athletic Conference win over Mayfield at Arterial Lanes.
Damian Sullivan posted a 203-541 for the Cougars, while Dakota Montayne added a 191-520.
Anthony Brandow led Mayfield with a 227-530, while Alex Colby rolled a 191-569.
Canajoharie finished with a 2,655-2,626 advantage in total pins.
Fort Plain 3, Saratoga Catholic 1
CANAJOHARIE – David Wilday rolled a 205-563 to lead Fort Plain to a Western Athletic Conference win over Saratoga Central Catholic at Iroquois Lanes.
Aaron Honeywell posted a 191-526 for Fort Plain, which finished with a 2,595-2,309 advantage in total pins.
Charlie Cusano led Saratoga Catholic with a 234-571.
Voorheesville 18, Fonda-Fultonville 14
VOORHEESVILLE – Jared Paigo rolled a 252-577 to lead Voorheesville to a win over Fonda-Fultonville.
Deanna Lee had a 226-559 for the Blackbirds, who finished with a 3,151-3,079 advantage in total pins.
Brandon Koons led Fonda-Fultonville with a 224-627. Lucas Squadrito finished with a 212-563 for the Braves, while Robert O’Kosky added a 208-561.
On Nov. 20, Fonda-Fultonville posted a 27-5 win over Maple Hill.
Ethan Gifford led the Braves with a 221-569, while Squadrito had a 196-516. Koons posted a 197-514 for FFCS, and O’Kosky finished with a 180-509.
Jeremy Budecker led Maple Hill with a 183-534.
FFCS finished with a 2,967-2,527 advantage in total pins.
Amsterdam, Troy postponed
AMSTERDAM – Amsterdam had its home match with Troy postponed.
The match was rescheduled for Jan. 2 at 4:30 p.m.
Mayfield 4, Canajoharie 0
GLOVERSVILLE – Virginia Johnson had a high game of 227 on her way to a 553 series, leading Mayfield to a sweep of Canajoharie in a Western Athletic Conference match at Arterial Lanes.
Carly Poyfair added a 185-514 for the Lady Panthers.
Amy Reedy led Canajoharie with a 201-500, while Kiara Putnam rolled a 164-443.
Mayfield finished with a 2,352-2,057 advantage in total pins.
Maple Hill 24, Fonda-Fultonville 8
SCHODACK – Michele Canestro rolled a 185-544 to lead Maple Hill to a win over Fonda-Fultonville on Nov. 20.
Cheyanne Harding led FFCS with a 150-381.
Maple Hill finished with a 2,131-1,974 advantage in total pins.