JHS, Fredonia Bowling Teams Split
FREDONIA – The Fredonia boys took on Jamestown at Lucky Lanes on Monday in a Division 1 bowling matchup and the Red Raiders (23-13) came through with a 3-1 win, shooting a team total of 939-813-856-2,608 while the Hillbillies rolled 803-790-872-2,465.
Leading the scoring for JHS was Brandon Propheter, who blasted a 236-226-629, while Eddie Merwick shot 236, Chris Moynihan had 215 and Chad Warner tossed a 187.
For Fredonia (12-24), Jeff Rowe led with 206, Andrew Conti had a 195, Nate Manning hit 189 and Ricky Burgstrom had a 186.
In the battle for first place, the Fredonia girls (29-7) avenged an earlier defeat in round one by sweeping Jamestown, 4-0.
Fredonia’s line score was 733-781-823-2,337. The Lady Red Raiders (26-10) shot 718- 726-720-2,164.
The high rollers for Fredonia were Maitland Langworthy, who connected for 195-196-526, Marionna Wiltsie had a 180 single and Haley Zebraski shot172.
For JHS, Andraya Vazquez led the way with 198-172-515 and Morgan Melquist added a 166.
“It was a good team effort for the Fredonia girls,” said coach Roger Pacos. “We had two of our starters missing due to the flu. The girls stepped up. Our spare shooting was solid and that won the match.”
FREDONIA – Brocton improved to 37-7 for the season with a 4-0 sweep of Chautauqua Lake at Lucky Lanes in Division 2 action.
The Bulldogs produced an 844-861-792-2,497 team total and the Thunderbirds rolled 519-474-481-1,474.
John Nickerson rolled 245-227-643 to lead Brocton while Andy Morello had 205 and 174 and Steve Krystofiak tossed games of 184 and 179.
For Chautauqua Lake, Dakota Barrows led the way with 145-346.
FREDONIA – Silver Creek and Forestville squared off in a Division 2 showdown at Lucky Lanes and both the FCS boys and girls squads came away with important victories.
In boys action, Brad Dillenburg connected for 211-213-615 as the Hornets (32-11) were 3-1 winners, shooting a line score of 811-902-857-2,570 while the Black Knights hit 767-833-932-2,532
John Murphy added 201-580 for the winners.
For Silver Creek (32-12), Carl Catroneo drilled a 549 and Tyler Steklasa had 548.
As for the Forestville girls (34-2), they posted a 4-0 victory, rolling a 717-759-652-2,128 team total and the Lady Black Knights (31-9) rolled 562-674-554-1,790.
Emily Dillenburg led the Lady Hornets with 226-606 and Sarah Pleva had 220-584.
Lizzie Golubski topped Silver Creek with 212-570 and Tessa Gibbon shot a 202 single.
GRIMM ROLLS 740
GOWANDA-Gowanda’s Justin Grimm had a day to remember, blasting a huge 234-267-239-740 set as the Panthers (26-10) rolled to a 4-0 sweep over Southwestern in Division 1 action at K&L Lanes
Gowanda also passed the 3,000 mark for a team series with 1,014-1,043-1,032-3,089 while the Trojans (21-15) leveled 853-920-823-2,596
Also for the winners, Jake Hansen-Ivett had 220, Eric Chimino rolled 215 and Jarred Krejewski hit 207.
Southwestern’s top shooter was Blake Schrope with 202-194-164-560 and in single games, Brett Worland had a 199 and Taylor West a194.
The Gowanda girls (26-10) were equally successful with a 4-0 win, putting up a team total of 741-726-699-2,166 to Southwestern’s 645-621-574-1,840
Brittnee Stelley paced the Lady Panthers with 177-169-193-539, Danielle Lesefske delivered a 152 and a 163 and Malyssa Farley shot 160.
For Southwestern (10-26), Amanda Stewart had the high set with 145-169-139-453 and Breanna Nelson rolled a 167.
CARDS SWEEPS CLYMER
CLYMER – It was a good outing for the Randolph boys and girls teams as each posted a 4-0 sweep over host Clymer in a Division 2 matchup at Cutting Lanes.
The Cardinals (25-19) rolled a 753-741-703-2,243 team total to Clymer’s 657-561-658-1,965.
Marcus Miller led Randolph with 548 and Austin Dowasz had 473.
For the Pirates (11-37), David Applebee hit a 514.
The Lady Cardinals improved to 24-12 with 595-588-595-1,778 and Clymer (5-35) had 532-496-477-1,505.
Randolph’s leading bowler was Tyler Henderson with 491.
Clymer’s Janelle Ingalls rolled 497.