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December 13, 2012

McDonald rolls 730 in Pats' win

PLATTSBURGH — Mike McDonald rolled his first-career 700 series with a 235-258-237-730 at North Bowl Lanes Wednesday to power the AuSable Valley boys to a 10-0 blanking of Peru in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling.

The Indians’ Jonathan Bowman went head-to-head with McDonald and finished with a 279-216-222-717 triple.



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Jimmy Provost added a 565 series and Charlie Lacy a 543 for the Patriots. Keegan Kemp had a 211 game and 571 triple for Peru.

In the girls’ match, Morgan Reyell’s 160-180-197-537 series helped Peru win all four points. Karri Kusalonis added a 162 game for the Indians.

Courtney Pray’s 133 game and 346 triple were high for the Patriots.

Boys

AuSable Valley 10, Peru 0

AVC- Ano, 209; Lacy, 204-543; Provost, 193-195-565; McDonald, 235-258-237-730; Preston, 158; Light, 179; Thomas, 181; Martineau, 195-490.

Peru- Kemp, 211-195-571; Bowman, 279-216-222-717; Cragle, 156; Tuller, 196-163-489.

Girls

Peru 4, AuSable Valley 0

AVC- Hozley, 123; Pray, 133-346; Prentiss, 126-340.

Peru- Boudrieau, 148-405; Kusalonis, 162-427; Reyell, 160-180-197-537.

PHS 10, Moriah 0

PHS 4, Moriah 0

PLATTSBURGH — Josh Shaffer tossed a 269 game and finished with a 648 series to lead the Plattsburgh High boys to their shutout at North Bowl Lanes.

Nick Dodd added a 226 game and 607 triple for the Hornets.

Dillon Adkins rolled a 209 game and 548 series for the Vikings.

Brooke Marbut’s personal best 233 game, combined with a 208 game and 576 triple, helped give the Plattsburgh girls their shutout.

Kayla Joy’s 352 series was high for Moriah.

Boys

Plattsburgh 10, Moriah 0

Mor- Adkins, 159-209-190-548.

PHS- Shaffer, 190-189-269-648; Dodd, 226-163-218-607.

Girls

Plattsburgh 4, Moriah 0

Mor- Joy, 352.

PHS- Marbut, 233-208-135-576; Rohrig, 186-497.

NCCS 10, Saranac 0

NCCS 4, Saranac 0

PLATTSBURGH — Matt Jolicoeur rolled a 201 game and 541 series at North Bowl Lanes to lead the Northeastern Clinton boys to their shutout.

Chris Kokes added a 536 triple and Kyle Sebert a 504 for the Cougars.

Chris Fall tossed a match-high 245 game and 602 series for the Chiefs. Dalton Exford added a 216 game and 565 set for Saranac.

Devin Gosselin’s 142-149-415 series and Autumn Rock’s 166 game led the NCCS girls to their victory.

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