Jamestown Boys Clinch D1; Frewsburg Captures D2 Crown
Jamestown’s boys bowling team clinched the CCAA Division 1 title with a 4-0 defeat of Falconer on Wednesday at Jamestown Bowling Company.
Austin Aldrich’s 221-232-213-672 led the Red Raiders (36-4), who rolled a team line score of 936-988-978-2,902.
Kyle Christensen added a 220-224-672 and Zach Ryberg had a 206-208-595.
Matt Gullotti’s 213-550 led the Golden Falcons (11 1/2-24 1/2) to a 768-905-708-2,381. Matt Brown added a 204 game in defeat.
McKyla Scott’s 513 set led the Falconer girls to a 3-1 win over Jamestown.
Hannah Cross added a 508 series for the Golden Falcons (23 1/2-12 1/2), who rolled a team line score of 812-690-830-2,332.
Justice Edens rolled a 474 for the Red Raiders (23-15), who finished with a 705-734-733-2,172.
BEARS CLINCH D2 TITLE
FREWSBURG — A line score of 946-822-792-2,560 led Frewsburg to the CCAA Division 2 boys bowling crown with a 4-0 sweep of Clymer/Sherman on Wednesday at Frewsburg Lanes.
Josh Snow led the Bears (39-1) with a 171-174-188-533 while Evan Norton added a 255-524. Devon Warner chipped in a 181-186-513 while Malik Williams had games of 182 and 192.
Clymer/Sherman (15-25) finished with a line score of 596-563-574-1,733 as Heath Reed rolled a 393 series.
Frewsburg also won the girls match, 3-1, with a team line score of 645-489-571-1,705.
Bryanna Warner led the Bears (22-10) with a 240-169-542.
Clymer/Sherman (15-17) rolled a 518-472-594-1,584 led by Kate Courtright’s 459 series.
BEARS WIN ON TUESDAY
FREWSBURG — On Tuesday, Frewsburg rolled a team line score of 891-722-903-2,516 to sweep Randolph, 4-0, at Frewsburg Lanes.
Josh Snow led the Bears (31-1) with a 235-199-585 and Evan Norton had a 182-182-213-578 while Malik Williams added a 190 game.
Randolph (15-17) rolled a 657-659-559-1,875 led by Tyler Rowley’s 163 game.
In the girls matchup, Frewsburg swept 4-0 with a line score of 635-514-564-1,713.
Bryanna Warner led the Bears (18-6) with a 181-173-246-600.
The Cardinals (10-14) rolled a 548-472-453-1,473 and were led by Sarah Nieman’s 430.