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January 16, 2014

Fall tosses 657 series in Chiefs' victory

PLATTSBURGH — Chris Fall fired a 206-203-248-657 series to power the Saranac boys to a 10-0 shutout of Plattsburgh High in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling at North Bowl Lanes on Wednesday.

Dalton Exford added a 220-209-567 triple for the Chiefs, while Ryan Beebie paced the Hornets with a 195-187-557 set.

Brooke Marbut’s 165 game and 422 series paced the Plattsburgh High girls to their 4-0 victory. Taylor Duquette led Saranac with a match-high 448 triple.

Boys

Saranac 10, Plattsburgh 0

PHS- Beebie, 195-175-187-557; Levasseur, 156; Stiffler, 153.

Sar- C. Fall, 206-203-248-657; Exford, 220-209-567; Malek, 201-199-531; M. Fall, 179; Beauharnois, 160; G. Maze, 165; Barry, 152; N. Maze, 146.

Girls

Plattsburgh 4, Saranac 0

PHS- Marbut, 136-165-422; Stiffler, 139.

Sar- Duquette, 149-145-154-448; Aquila, 140.

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AUSABLE 9, TICONDEROGA 1

TICONDEROGA 4, AUSABLE 0

AUSABLE FORKS — The AuSable Valley boys took nine of 10 points at Riverside Lanes as Charlie Lacy rolled a 249 game and 635 series, Ben Coolidge a 213-226-614 set and Mike McDonald a 242 game and 610 triple.

Cole Frasier topped Ticonderoga with a match-high 202-243-642 series and Michael Lafountain added a 207-236-599 set.

Cheyanne Tuthill’s 167 game and 463 series, Katie Lapeter’s 176 game and 457 triple and Jeanette Coon’s 194 game paved the way for the Sentinels in the girls’ match.

Brooke SantaMaria’s 145 game and 363 series led the Patriots.

Boys

AuSable Valley 9, Ticonderoga 1

Ti- Frasier, 197-202-243-642; Lafountain, 207-236-599.

AVC- Lacy, 249-194-192-635; Coolidge, 213-226-614; McDonald, 242-610; Taylor, 207; Provost, 197-215-571; Atkins, 230-567; Martineau, 192-195-541.

Girls

Ticonderoga 4, AuSable Valley 0

Ti- Tuthill, 148-148-167-463; K. Lapeter, 176-167-457; Coon, 194-436; McKee, 145-149-433.

AVC- Malski, 113-321; SantaMaria, 127-145-363; Stevens, 121-309.

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BEEKMANTOWN 10, MORIAH 0

BEEKMANTOWN 4, MORIAH 0

MINEVILLE — Paedyn Mattioli tossed a 188-192-221-601 series and teammate Harley Wells added a 211 game and 563 triple to pace the Beekmantown girls.

Carly Newton’s 133 game and 365 series were high for Moriah.

On the boys’ side, Ryan Douglas rolled a 243 game and 603 set, while Dennon Walantus added a 209-214-602 for the Eagles in their shutout.

Toot Whalen’s 452 series and Joe Rodriquez’s 186 game were the top scores for the Vikings.

Boys

Beekmantown 10, Moriah 0

Beek- Douglas, 163-197-243-603; Walantus, 179-202-214-602; Munson, 226.

Mor- Whalen, 150-168-452; Conley, 145-150-152-447; Rodriquez, 186.

Girls

Beekmantown 4, Moriah 0

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