H.S. Bowling Roundup: Canajoharie sweeps Spa Catholic
CANAJOHARIE – David Wilday rolled a high game of 202 on his way to a 510 series, leading Fort Plain to a 4-0 sweep of Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference boys bowling match Monday at Iroquois Lanes.
Tyler Cramer led Mayfield with a 178-507.
The Hilltoppers finished with a 2,325-2,135 advantage in total pins.
Johnstown 4, Scotia-Glenville 0
SCOTIA – Jimmy Marshall rolled a 230-648 to lead Johnstown to a sweep of Scotia-Glenville at Rolling Greens.
Alyssa Hadcock posted a 217-630 for Johnstown, while Ben Empie added a 234-626. Morgan Ruggeri had a 236-611 for Johnstown and Noah Ringer finished with a 233-611.
Johnstown finished with a 3,681-3,095 advantage in total pins.
B-P, South Glens Falls postponed
SOUTH GLENS FALLS – The Broadalbin-Perth bowling team had its Foothills Council match at South Glens Falls postponed.
The match was rescheduled for Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
Mayfield 4, Fort Plain 0
CANAJOHARIE – Carly Poyfair rolled a 167-458, leading Mayfield to a sweep of Fort Plain in a Western Athletic Conference match at Iroquois Lanes.
Virginia Johnson posted a 182-448 for the Lady Panthers, who finished with a 1,903-1,597 advantage in total pins.
Beth Mallett led Fort Plain with a 163-452.
Canajoharie, BKW postponed
BERNE – The Canajoharie boys and girls bowling teams had their Western Athletic Conference match at Berne-Knox-Westerlo postponed on Monday with no make-up date scheduled for the contest.