Frewsburg Boys, Girls Sweep CCAA Bowling Matches Vs. Randolph

RANDOLPH — Led by Bryanna Warner and Bridget Ritter, the Frewsburg girls improved their bowling record to 18-6 in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association on Friday.

Warner spilled a 181-173-246-600 and Ritter had a 155-403 as the Bears defeated Randolph, 4-0. Frewsburg’s linescore was 635-514-564-1,713 compared to the Lady Cardinals’ 548-472-453-1,473.

Sarah Nieman was tops for Randolph (10-14) with 142-150-138-430.

In the boys match the Bears rolled an 891-722-903-2,516 while Randolph managed a 657-659-559-1,875. Leading Frewsburg to a current record of 31-1 was Josh Snow with a 235-151-199-585 and Evan Norton with a 183-182-213-578.

Randolph sits at 15-17, Tyler Rowley rolled a 158-163.


DUNKIRK — Forestville and Clymer/Sherman split their matches with the Hornets claiming the boys match, 3-1, and Clymer/Sherman winning the girls match by the same 3-1 count.

Phil Narraway hit 196-179-218-593 and Marshall Hollowell a 180-515 as the Forestville boys (27-5) had a pinfall of 793-785-831-2,331.

Richard Burgess had a career-high 160-461 while the best for Clymer/Sherman (14-18) was Sam Gangemi with a career-best 219 en route to a 482 series. Clymer/Sherman rolled games of 800-724-710-2.234.

In the girls match, Forestville (23-5) lost the first game and Clymer/Sherman (11-13) won three games.

Forestville took the opener, 563-515, then the Lady Pirates prevailed, 582-509, 578-480 and 1,569-1,542.

Kamryn Retterer had a 195 career game en route to a 436 while Megan VanVolkenburg had a 201-495 and Kate Courtright rolled a 160-445 for the Clymer/Sherman girls.

Ashley Forbes had a 166 for Forestville.


Jamestown posted 4-0 wins in both boys and girls bowling at Jamestown Bowling Company with the girls hitting a 765-789-771-2,325 to improve their mark to 24-12.

Justice Edens led the way with a 184-193-222-599 while Emily Ryberg rolled 167-190-145-502.

Southwestern is now 5-35 on the year after a team linescore of 677-710-718-2,105 with a team-high 173-189-205 from Alexis Berry while Morgan Wilson showed the way with a 175-169-165-509.

Jamestown’s boys spilled a 947-1,004-985-2936 after Austin Aldrich hit a 236-213-200-649 and Riley Piazza fired a 190-192-204-586.

Southwestern had a linescore of 773-847-728-2,308 thanks to a 176-187-155-518 by Alex Nelson while Chase Davis spilled a 125-186-171-482.