Waves compete at Pilgrim’s Pride meet
TROY — The Lake Champlain Waves swim team sent 31 swimmers to the annual Pilgrim’s Pride Swim Meet held at the Robison Pool on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Nov. 17. The Waves were represented by Andie Abdallah, Olivia Barnett, Sydney Barnett, Cydney Bond, Stella Boolukos-Brinker, Isabella Brown, Lucianna Brown, Wyatt Brown, Emily Conners, Mikayla Fountain, Spencer Hall, Sydney Hampston, Thomas Jolicoeur, Alexandrea LaValley, Emelia Lemza, Garrett Lemza, Madeline Lemza, Cameron Matthews, Brady McCarty, Emily McLane, Luke Moore, Julia Mulligan, Nicholas Nowosielski, Mikaela Raymond, Zackary Raymond, Killyan Ruff, Alison Silver, Meghan Sorrell, Bailey VanArman, Tristen VanArman, and Patrick (Joseph) Vicencio.
Olivia Barnett placed eighth overall in the 50 backstroke, and Luke Moore placed sixth overall in the 50 breaststroke. The 200 freestyle relay team of Andie Abdallah, Madeline Lemza, Olivia Barnett and Lucianna Brown placed first overall with a time of 2:20.49. For many of the Waves swimmers, this was a first opportunity to compete in a swim meet, and many personal best times were accomplished.
The Lake Champlain Waves are a USA Swimming sanctioned competitive swim team. For details and contact information, visit lcwaves.org.
AUSABLE FORKS — The North Bowl Pro Shop team of Bob Munson (728 scratch series), Mike Watts (721), John Munson (670), Chris Welch (638) and Joe Guido (633) took first place with a 3390 total in the men’s division of the annual Riverside Lanes Handicap Bowling Tournament held from October 26 to November 17. There were 90 teams competing.
Second place went to The Chuckers team of Mike Watts (738), James Tierney (299-711), Adam Chapola (673), Joe Guido (601) and Danyle Rockwell (540) with a 3332.
Winning the women’s division, with a 2872 total was the Spic and Span team of Peggy Crossman (633 scratch series), Marie Gijanto (509), Lori McKee (444), Chris Nauman (438) and Tina Lauzon (359). Second place, with a 2845, went to the Handi Helpers team of Geri LaBier (577), Ashley Howard (513), Jess Brown (497), Jan Arthur (391) and Courtney Downs (384).