Dunkirk Sweeps JHS In HS Bowling
FREDONIA – Dunkirk’s boys and girls bowling teams swept past Jamestown on Wednesday afternoon during CCAA West I action at Lucky Lanes.
In the boys match, Dunkirk (4-0) finished with a linescore of 906-833-927-2,666 to Jamestown’s 882-775-798-2,455, and were led by Brady Manzella’s 178-229-577. Brandon Haase chipped in a 199-188-558. Also for the Marauders, Peter Kubera finished with a 172-170-170-512, Seamus Raynor rolled a 203 and Randy Cooper shot a 179.
For the Red Raiders (0-4), Brandon Propheter had a match-high 605 set, which included games of 220 and 208 while Chris Edens rolled the day’s highest game, a 232, that helped him finish with a 518 set. Brent Miller charted a 174 in the loss while Chad Wainer contributed a 161.
In the girls match, the Lady Marauders (4-0) downed the Lady Red Raiders (0-4), 792-735-743-2,270 to 674-639-630-1,943.
Leading the way for Dunkirk was Hannah Schnur, who finished with a 215-173-541. Adrianna Pencek chipped in a 203-481, Caitlyn Chase rolled a 187 and Samantha Moser games of 164 and 160.
For Jamestown, Andrea Vazquez finished with a 167-157-469 while Saphire Dean had a 150-415.
HORNETS TRIM BULLDOGS
Forestville (3-1) took three of four points from Brocton (1-3) during CCAA West II boys bowling action Wednesday afternoon at Lucky Lanes.
The Hornets combined for a linescore of 776-838-938-2,552 and were led by Brad Dillenburg, who rolled a high game of 218 to go with a 201. He finished with a match-high 600 set while teammate Austin Pierce rolled a 222 and John Murphy a 212.
For Brocton, which finished with a 719-863-815-2,397, Mark Nickerson shot a 204-189-572 and was followed on the team by Anthony Miller’s 183 and Taylor Delcamp’s 178.
Taylor West was the leading bowler in Division 1 West bowling on Wednesday afternoon in the start of the league season.
West rolled a 231-640 and Nick Suter a 206-527 as the Southwestern boys downed Fredonia, 3-1, and in pinfall 917-817-833-2,567 to 920-798-817-2,535 at Jamestown Bowling Company.
Fredonia’s Collin Schanzlin delivered a 224-586.
Jenna Riddle unloaded a 182-212-169-563 and Elizabeth Valvo a 183-504 when Fredonia blanked Southwestern, 4-0, and prevailed in pinfall 787-798-770-2,255 compared to the Lady Trojans’ 643-625-651-1,914.
Amanda Stewart was high for Southwestern with a 199-542.
FREWSBURG WINS TWICE
Levi Sheldon scattered 198-535 as the Frewsburg boys blanked Falconer, 4-0, and in pinfall, 735-740-706-2,181 to 653-674-686-2,013 in a Division 1 West match at JBC.
Tyler Himes paced Falconer with a 193-488.
The Frewsburg girls completed the sweep with a 3-1 win by spilling a 621-546-555-1,722 compared to Falconer’s 512-629-530-1,671.
Greta Gustafson had a 131-346 for Frewsburg and Beth Brown drilled a 159-402 for Falconer.
Randolph took a Division 2 West twin bill over Silver Creek by first taking the boys match, 4-0, and then the girls, 3-1, at JBC.
Ashton Walters hit a 217-513, Skyler Schapp a 194-510 and Hadden Brooks a 204 single as the Randolph boys delivered a 808-803-827-2,438.
Silver Creek managed a 784-798-762-2,344 and was led by Robert Paterson with a 182-180-531 and Tyler Steklasa with a 187-520.
Tyler Henderson fired a 168-445 and Shelby Spengler a 393 as the Randolph girls put together a 492-529-528-1,549.
Silver Creek dropped a 547-491-465-1,503 and was paced by Katie Dittiger with a 161-154-442 and Jamie Hehir with a 165-441.
VANVOLKENBURG LEADS CLYMER
CUTTING – Clymer began the season by winning the boys and girls matches in Division 2 West.
Sam VanVolkenberg fired a 178-224-174-576 as the Clymer boys defeated Chautauqua Lake, 2,247-1,925, and in games, 3-0-1.
David Applebee uncorked a 206 and Braydon Robson a 182 for Clymer, which rolled games of 741-851-655 compared to Chautauqua Lake’s 604-666-665.
A.J. Utegg spun a 215-167-526 and Robert Ranney a 158 for Chautauqua Lake.
Jenelle Ingalls delivered a 199-180-194-573 and Jill McIntyre a 160 as the Clymer girls blanked Chautauqua Lake, 4-0, and had games of 607-522-609-1,738.
Chautauqua Lake recorded games of 448-490-514-1,461 and was led by Heather Sullivan with a 172-172-200-544 and Emily Paulus with a 141.