Jamestown Bowlers Sweep Southwestern
Southwestern hosted Jamestown at Jamestown Bowling Company in a Division 1 West bowling match and both the Red Raiders boys and girls posted 4-0 sweeps on Tuesday afternoon.
The Red Raiders (15-9) had a 920-980-925-2,825 team total while the Trojans (15-9) rolled 890-863-876-2,629.
Jamestown’s top shooter was Chad Warner with 244-656 and Chris Edens just missed the 600 mark with 240-598.
Taylor West led Southwestern with a 208-562 and Jacob Ferrari had 224-559.
As for the Jamestown girls (15-9), they collectively shot 803-725-761-2,289 and the Lady Trojans connected for 678-693-653-2,024.
For Jamestown, Sapphire Dean drilled a 192-511 and Taylor Smith added 167-435.
Amanda Steward hit 178-499 and Alexis Berry had 167-467 for Southwestern (8-16).
DIVISION 2 EAST
GOWANDA, A-L SPLIT
GOWANDA – The Gowanda girls remained undefeated at 24-0 in topping Allegany-Limestone at K&L Lanes.
The Lady Panthers fired a 763-713-768-2,244 team total while the Lady Gators rolled 563-620-666-1,849.
Lauren Wing led the winners with 237-159-178-574, Sydney Girney had a 181, Laura Girney a 164 and Danielle Lesfeske a 160.
As for the boys, Allegany-Limestone outlasted the Panthers (21-3) with a team total of 805-839-915-2,559 to Gowanda’s 868-777-864-2,509.
Zach Gabel led Gowanda with163-165-191-519 and Jarred Krajewski had a 204 single.
DIVISION 2 WEST
Both the Forestville boys and girls teams emerged victorious with 4-0 victories over Randolph.
The Hornets (23-6) posted a linescore of 793-982-840-2,615 and the Cardnals shot 764-850-784-2,398.
John Murphy led Forestville with 255-289-615, Brad Dillenburg added 204-199-549 and Phil Narroway had a 201 single.
Dalton Taylor topped Randolph with 223-546 and Ashton Walters had 186-514.
The Lady Hornets improved to 18-2 with a team total of 601-498-593-1,692 to Randolph’s 547-490-507-1,544.
For the winners, Shawnti Lebarron delivered a 188-476 and Sarah Pleva shot a 171-476
Tyler Henderson fired a 173-477 and Cienna Ribblett had a 160-411 for Randolph (10-10).