Press-Republican

January 4, 2013

Eagles knock Ti girls out of 1st place in bowling


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TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga’s Jordan McKee rolled a match-high 216-248-634 series, but it couldn’t keep the Beekmantown girls from recording a 4-0 shutout of the previously first-place Sentinels in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling on Thursday afternoon.

Taylor Lavalley led the Eagles (30-2), who took over first place, with a 189-194-549 series, and Harley Wells added a 207 game and 530 triple.



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Beekmantown won the first game by 16 pins and the third game by 11 pins over the Sentinels (28-4), who dropped their first games of the season.

Ryan Douglas tossed a 227-242-641 series, Matt Dwyer a 277 game and 634 triple, Dennon Walantus a 234-606 and Andrew Roberts a 215-205-603 as the first-place Beekmantown boys blanked Ticonderoga.

Cole Frasier paced the Sentinels with a 234 game and 600 series, while Howard Fuller added a 248 game and 588 triple.

Boys

Beekmantown 10, Ticonderoga 0

Beek- Dwyer, 193-277-634; Corrow, 183-531; Roberts, 215-205-183-603; Munson, 184-224-182-590; Douglas, 227-242-641; Walantus, 234-194-606; Recore, 196-501.

Ti- Frasier, 234-196-600; Johns, 203-543; Bruce, 185; Fuller, 181-248-588.

Girls

Ticonderoga 4, Beekmantown 0

Beek- Lavalley, 189-194-549; Agoney, 175-168; Wells, 173-207-530; Mattioli, 166-176-490.

Ti- Lapeter, 154; Tuthill, 150-157; J. McKee, 216-170-248-634.

NCCS 10, Peru 0

NCCS 2, Peru 2

ROUSES POINT — Chris Kokes rolled a 212-253-607 series at Bowl Mart Lanes to lead the Northeastern Clinton boys to their shutout.

Matt Jolicoeur added a 228 game and 565 triple for the Cougars, while Joey Robert chipped with a 560 set.

Jonathan Bowman paced the Indians with a match-high 234-228-643 and Kyle Mendofik added a 200 game.

The Northeastern Clinton and Peru girls split four points, with Brittany Bushey’s 167 game and 455 series high for the Indians. Brianna Smith tossed a 422 triple and Maddie Dumas a 420 for the Cougars.

Boys

NCCS 10, Peru 0

Peru- Bowman, 234-228-643; Mendofik, 200-493; Kemp, 162; Z. Clark, 160; Cragle, 172-450.

NCCS- Robert, 198-560; Jolicoeur, 228-565; Kokes, 212-253-607; Sebert, 223; Frenya, 194-502; Gooley, 182-454; Lapierre, 175.

Girls

NCCS 2, Peru 2

Peru- Bushey, 167-455; Kusalonis, 157; Whitney, 146.

NCCS- Smith, 146-422; Dumas, 157-420; J. Gosselin, 138.