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December 5, 2012

New format highlights CVAC bowling season

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Girls

The Vikings lost most of their team from a year ago and have Megan Evans, Kayla Joy and Amanda Ida returning.

Moriah is hoping the newcomers will continue to improve and help pull off some wins this season.

Boys

Bowlers lost

Not available.

Bowlers returning

Dillon Adkins, Jared Feith, Derek Petro, Tanner Conley, Joe Rodriquez, Dave Lasell.

Newcomers

Adam Wilber, Billy Benton, Tanner Whalen, Tom Rancour, Tristan Shappy, Gage Denton, Dustin Gangi, Kyle VanBuren.

Girls

Bowlers lost

Rachel Demarais, Shelby Sherman, Sam Wright.

Bowlers returning

Megan Evans, Kayla Joy, Amanda Ida.

Newcomers

Nikki French, Alice Cochran, Desiree Fleming.

Northeastern Clinton

Boys

The Cougars are returning a much improved A squad where spare shooting and first-shot consistency should be a strength. Key to NCCS’ success will be the improvement of the B team.

Most of the roster includes upperclassmen in seniors Kyle Sebert, Dylan Gooley, Josh Frenya and Morgan Wyatt, along with juniors Chris Kokes, Joey Robert, Mark Furman, Dylan Porter and James Lapierre.

Girls

The Cougars lost a good share of last year’s CVAC championship team to graduation.

NCCS is hoping for improvement from three returners —senior Devin Gosselin, sophomore Brianna Smith and Madison Dumas. Smith is the most experience of the Cougars with two years on the varsity. Sophomore Jaden Gosselin and freshman Abigail Bosley are projected starters.

Boys

Bowlers lost

Brandon Menard, Aaron Mesec, David Sebert.

Bowlers returning

Kyle Sebert, Dylan Gooley, Josh Frenya, Morgan Wyatt, Chris Kokes, Joey Robert, Mark Furman, Dylan Porter, James Lapierre, Kevin Sterling, Matt Jolicoeur, Justin Lapan.

Newcomers

Stephen Mayo, Stephen Grace.

Girls

Bowlers lost

Katie Hawksby, Sara Adams, Katie Trombley, Janelle Menard.

Returning bowlers

Devin Gosselin, Brianna Smith, Madison Dumas.

Newcomers

Jaden Gosselin, Dakota Rabideau, Abigail Bosley, Autumn Rock, Kaitlyn Bruce.

Peru

Boys

The Indians, despite lacking depth, figure to be a title contender in this year’s race with nine returning starters, including all-stars in sophomores Jonathan Bowman and Kyle Mendofik. Classmate Keegan Kemp is another of the key bowlers.

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