Lady Bobcats Steal Win From Blackhawks At The Lanes On The Road; Marauders Boys And Girls Stay Undefeated
Published: January 11th, 2019
By: Meagan Schulz

Lady Bobcats steal win from Blackhawks at the lanes on the road; Marauders boys and girls stay undefeated Frank Speziale Photo

NORWICH – The Bobcats of Bainbridge-Guilford and the Lady Blackhawks met on the lanes earlier this week for a Midstate Athletic Conference match. With a final pin total of 2159-1833, B-G swept all four points in the match to take the victory over Oxford.

Aubrey Bronson of Bainbridge-Guilford finished with the match’s series high of 550, topping the Blackhawks’ standout Erin Howard by five pins. Bronson also recorded two of the highest single game scores with a 187 in game two and bettered her own score by one pin in the third.

Howard started off the match on a high note, scoring a 192 for the highest single game of the afternoon. She finished with a team-high 545 three game series.

Oxford also received a 397 from Megan Smith with Cat Maynard recorded the team’s third best score of 329. Catherine Northrup bowled a 315 and Leah VanDeusen was the Blackhawks’ final score recorded with a 257.

Aiding in the team win for the Bobcats was Sasha Lamoree rolling a 434, Catherine Fuller picking up a 387 and Jezrah Sherman finishing four pins behind Fuller. Alexis Gombach bowled the first two games for a 243 while Mariah Olcott scored a 162 in the final game.

Oxford’s next match is scheduled for Friday as they host Unadilla Valley at the Family Recreation Lanes in Norwich. Action is slated to start at 3:45 p.m.

Sherburne-Earlville boys and girls bowling remain undefeated after wins during the week

BOONVILLE – The host Adirondack beat their visiting opponent, the Sherburne-Earlville Marauders, in the first game by two pins but it was S-E who took the win overall after bouncing back from game one to win 4-1 and keep their undefeated record intact following the match held at Boonville Bowl-O-Rama Thursday afternoon.

All five Sherburne-Earlville bowlers finished the match with a three game total over 450 with Trace Kane leading the way with his 627 match-high series. Kane scored a 229 in game two and a 192 in the final game for two of the highest single game scores. He also rolled a 206 in game one.

Adirondack’s Jack Fynmore took the overall single game high honors with is 242 in the first game as he ended the match with a team-high 540 scratch series score.

The Marauders combined for a 918 score in game two, dominating the competition by 190 pins. Joey Youngs of Sherburne-Earlville rolled a 191 in the game while no team member recorded a game score below 150. Youngs finished with the second highest three game series score for S-E with a 524.

Nick Fontaine bowled a 508 for the Marauders while Jacob Jenkins ended the day with a 479. Wyatt Youngs rounded out S-E’s top five bowlers five pins behind his teammate Jenkins.

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