UV Girls Stay Perfect; Storm Boys Edge Tough Sidney Club
Published: January 10th, 2022
By: Patrick Newell

SIDNEY - Unadilla Valley's girls continued their unblemished season, while the Storm boys overcame a first-game loss to beat Sidney on Friday.

The Storm girls have not yielded a single team point this season, although the Warriors girls came within nine pins in the opening game from ending that streak.

Brynn Grant and Pyper Kneale led the Storm to the 4-0 victory with 537 and 536 triples as UV clearly won the final two games.

On the boys' side, the Storm upped their performance over the final two games, and also claimed the overall pin count in a 3-1 win.

Nate Rumowicz tossed a 634 series for UV's boys, and Will Rumovicz had a team-best 256 game.

"(The girls) are working really hard, and it's showing," said UV coach Matt Bleyle. "Sidney's boys are one of the tougher teams in the MAC, so I'm really proud of them taking three points.

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"The season is half over and we've played every team once. We just need to keep working hard and finishing the second half strong."


(at Sidney's East Main St. Lanes)

(Honor scores)


Unadilla Valley 4, Sidney 0


UV (2,445):  Pyper Kneale 205, 214, 536; Phalen Hill 483; Brynn Grant 192, 537.

Sidney (2,189):  Cassie Cole 503; Allison Babcock 182, 501.


Unadilla Valley 3, Sidney 1

UV (2,829):  Owen Hill 204, Jacob Prentice 226, 202, Nate Rumovicz, 251, 634; Will Rumovicz 256, 605.

Sidney (2,615): Ryan Schlak 267, 610, Reece Yeomens 206, Cadyn Lambrecht 233,600.

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Oxford-Greene 4, Afton 0

GREENE - Oxford-Greene had a virtual walkover  victory over undermanned Afton in Friday's 4-0 victory over the Crimson Knights.

Afton sported just three starters of the possible five giving Oxford-Greene the big advantage.

Halia Tallett used games of 203 and 214 en route to a match-best 609 series to lead O-G. Brianna Fowlston was next rolling a 479 triple.


Afton (1,303): Ash Caffery 487, Cheyenne Farnham 470

Oxford-Greene (2,210);  Halia Tallett 203, 214, 609; Brianna Fowlston 479.