Dunkirk Wins CCAA D1 Girls Title

SILVER CREEK — By sweeping Silver Creek, 4-0, Dunkirk was able to claim the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 girls bowling championship Tuesday afternoon at Lakeview Lanes.

Rachel Glowniak hit a 153-177-152-482 for the Marauders, who fired a team line score of 757-781-709-2,247 compared to Silver Creek’s 609-666-698-1,973. The win gave Dunkirk at 38-2 record this season and a 78-2 record over the past two seasons.

Also for Dunkirk, Olivia Corbett shot a 181, Mariah Glowniak had a 173, Tina White fired a 168 and Whitney Hice had a 160.

For Silver Creek (18¢-21¢), Andrea Olsen had a 151-135-170-456, Mckenna Steklasa rolled a 156-133-155-444 and Kiara Farrell had a 151-135-170-456.

In boys action, Dunkirk defeated Silver Creek, 3¢-¢, and in pinfall, 774-791-747-2,318 compared to 774-757-732-2,263.

Trevor Skelly hit a 177-190-503, Robert McEwen rolled a 184-171, Tristan Skelly had a 184, Jared Glowniak rolled a 171 and Brady Corbett had a 161 for Dunkirk.

Silver Creek was led by Cory Peterson with a 163-180-227-570 followed by Dan Peterson with a 169-150-156-475. Jeff DeBergelis rolled a 180-151 and Cash Kowal had a 168.


Randolph’s boys defeated Clymer/Sherman, 3-1, and in total pinfall, 697-771-695-2,163 to 717-716-650-2,083 at Jamestown Bowling Company.

Tyler Rowley shot a 207-529 and Alex Finch had a 180-466 for Randolph (18-18).

Sam Gargemi had a 182-500 and Heath Reed spilled a 182-476 for Clymer/Sherman (15-21).

Clymer/Sherman won the girls match, 3-1, as Megan VanVolkenburg hit a 198-502 and Kate Courtright had a 189-190-501.

Clymer/Sherman upended a 560-657-561-1,778 compared to the Cardinals’ 663-508-540-1,711.

Sarah Nieman had a 181-484 for Randolph.


FREWSBURG — Frewsburg went to 26-6 overall with a 3-1 boys win over Forestville (23-5) at Frewsburg Lanes.

Josh Snow hit a pair of 235s en route to a 642 for the Bears. Trenton Olson led the Hornets with a 452.

In girls action, Frewsburg made its record 23-5 as results of games of 522-493-539-1,544. Bryanna Warner led with a 403.