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January 10, 2013

Peru's Bowman tosses 800 series against Huskies

PLATTSBURGH — Jonathan Bowman was close to perfection in his first two games Wednesday and finished with his first-ever 800 series — a 277-279-247-803 — in the Peru boys’ 6-4 loss to Franklin Academy in non-league bowling at North Bowl Lanes.

Bowman did roll his first 300 game on November 26, 2012.



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Nate Tuller added a 269 game and 576 triple for the Indians.

Darren Taylor paced the Huskies with a 257-223-656 series, while Jon Brown added a 214-204-581 and Michael McDonald a 245 game and 564 set.

Franklin Academy also won the girls’ match, 3-1, with Aimee Fleury leading the way with a 226-204-582 series and Brooke Peck a 193-194-545.

Brittany Bushey rolled a 174-179-517 for Peru, while Morgan Reyell followed with a 182-188-509.

Boys

Franklin Academy 6, Peru 4

FA- Taylor, 176-257-223-656; Brown, 214-204-581; McDonald, 245-564; Boyer, 176-182-506; Griffin, 182-168-501; Scott, 199-489.

Peru- Bowman, 277-279-247-803; Tuller, 269-576; Mendofik, 189-192-567; Z. Clark, 201-493.

Girls

Franklin Academy 3, Peru 1

FA- Fleury, 226-204-582; Peck, 193-194-545; LaPage, 191-473; Holmes, 158-453.

Peru- Bushey, 174-179-517; Reyell, 182-188-509; Kusalonis, 170-473.

B’town 10, Willsboro 0

B’town 4, Willsboro 0

PLATTSBURGH — Taylor Lavalley tossed a 220-225-627 series at North Bowl Lanes to power the first-place Beekmantown girls to a sweep in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference.

Paedyn Mattioli added a 200 game and 555 triple, and Harley Wells a 211 game and 531 series for the Eagles.

Gabi Yeager and Kaitlyn Arthur both rolled 183 games for the Warriors and Yeager had a team-high 518 triple.

Leading the way for the first-place Beekmantown boys in their sweep were Matt Dwyer with a 201-231-234-666 series, Ryan Douglas a 210-225-624 and Andrew Roberts a 203-207-212-622.

Dakoda Latford tossed a match-high 252 game, to go along with a 586 triple, to lead the Warriors.

Boys

Beekmantown 10, Willsboro 0

Wills- Steeves, 182-426; Sheehan, 185-438; Bridge, 151-423; Latford, 203-252-686; Doyle, 208-424.

Beek- Dwyer, 201-231-236-666; Corrow, 193-538; Roberts, 203-207-212-622; Munson, 205-227-570; Douglas, 210-225-624; Walantus, 204-561; Baker, 211-546; Recore, 186; Delisle, 180; St. Denis, 191-553.

Girls

Beekmantown 4, Willsboro 0

Wills- Arthur, 183-439; Kelly, 151; Mero, 140; Yeager, 183-518; Arnold, 163-472.

Beek- Lavalley, 220-225-627; S. Manning, 171-478; A. Manning, 155; Wells, 211-531; Mattioli, 200-555.

AuSable 10, Saranac 0

Saranac 3, AuSable 1

AUSABLE FORKS —Roger Preston, a member of the B team, fired a match-high 245-197-196-638 series for the AuSable Valley boys at Riverside Lanes.

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