January 25, 2014

Bowman's 814 new CVAC record, Eagles defeat Indians

PLATTSBURGH — The Beekmantown boys’ bowling team overcame a record-setting performance by Peru’s Jonathan Bowman Friday afternoon.

Bowman fired a 246-279-289-814 series at North Bowl Lanes in the Indians’ 9-1 loss to the first-place Eagles in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference play.

The 814 is a new 3-game individual record in the CVAC and breaks the old mark of 800, set by Beekmantown’s Matt Corrow earlier this season.

The Beekmantown boys used their depth and were led by Ryan Douglas with a 686 series, Austin Delisle a 667, Ryan Munson a 653, James St. Denis a 632, Dennon Walantus a 614 and Corrow a 609. St. Denis rolled a 257 game, while Walantus and Douglas each added a 256.

Peru’s Kyle Mendofik also had a huge day with a 257-236-256-749 series, while Keegan Kemp added a 670 for the Indians.

Harley Wells’ 234 game and 614 series helped give the first-place Beekmantown girls a 4-0 victory over Peru. Paedyn Mattioli added a 566 triple and Sara Munson a 563 for the Eagles.

Katherine Clark tossed a 240 game and 576 series for the Indians.


Beekmantown 9, Peru 1

Peru- Kemp, 237-212-221-670; Ciolek, 171; C. Cragle, 157; Mendofik, 257-236-256-749; Bowman, 289-246-279-814; Torrance, 176; Clark, 183; Abagis, 204-545.

Beek- Walantus, 256-614; Corrow, 245-609; Delisle, 203-230-234-667; R. Munson, 222-235-653; Douglas, 205-225-256-686; Brown, 203-519; Fountain, 172; Recore, 176; St. Denis, 257-632; Baker, 235-544.


Beekmantown 4, Peru 0

Peru- M. Cragle, 155; K. Clark, 240-576; Varno, 176; Boudrieau, 202-512; Kusalonis, 166.

Beek- Agoney, 170; Reeves, 168; S. Munson, 192-563; Mattioli, 214-566; Wells, 234-614.




PLATTSBURGH — Chris Kokes rolled a 276-211-216-703 series at North Bowl Lanes in a losing cause as the Plattsburgh High boys won six of 10 points from Northeastern Clinton.

Matt Jolicoeur added a 233 game and 583 series for the Cougars.

Hunter Marbut and Matt Stevens each tossed a 461 triple for the Hornets and Dylan Alger added a 183 game.

Sabrina Phair’s 186-181-490 series and Madison Dumas’ 173 game and 457 triple helped give the Cougars the win in the girls’ match.

Jessica Shaffer led Plattsburgh with a 180 game and match-high 509 series.


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