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Area bowling teams have rough week

January 30, 2014
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Silver Creek powers past Clymer

SILVER CREEK - Silver Creek (24-8) swept Clymer (13.5-18.5), 4-0. It's linescore read 969-876-905-2,740 while the Pirates shot a 681-706-608-1,995 at Lakeview Lanes.

The Black Knights were led by Tyler Steklasa's 234-185-181-600.

"He is one of my seniors and he has just been really consistent all year," Silver Creek coach Jason Mirek said.

Tim Manning contributed in the win with a 246-581 while Robert Paterson charted a 209-193-576. Carl Cotroneo added a 204-544 for Silver Creek.

The Pirates received a 182-472 from Sam VanValkenburg. David Applebee finished with a 166-410 in defeat.

For the girls, Silver Creek (17-11)also earned the sweep of Clymer (7-17) with a linescore of 539-570-603-1,712 while the Lady Pirates rolled a 455-521-476-1,452.

The Black Knights' Katie Dittiger cracked a 161-151-150-462 while Haylee Grover added a 158-439. Jamie Hehir finished with a 158-425 in the win.

Clymer was led by Janelle Engels' 164-164-473.

Hornets sweep

Thunderbirds

CUTTING - The Forestville Hornets stung the Chautauqua Lake Thunderbirds on Wednesday in high school bowling.

In the girls' match, Forestville (26-2) swept Chautauqua Lake (3-25), 4-0, with a linescore of 580-469-568-1,617 compared to the Lady Thunderbirds' 439-437-488-1,364 at Cutting Lanes.

The Lady Hornets were led by Sarah Pleva's 161-142-154-457 and Emily Narraway had a 169.

Heather Sullivan led Chautauqua Lake with a 153-167-148-468. Emily Paulus charted a 153 game in a losing effort.

For the boys, Forestville (27-9) also swept Chautauqua Lake (.5-35.5). Its linescore read 785-816-851-2,452 while Chautauqua Lake bowled a 581-578-596-1,755.

The Hornets received a 193-181-215-589 from Brad Dillenburg. Phillip Narraway rolled a 194-199-541 and John Murphy charted a 160-203-172-535 in the win.

The Thunderbirds' AJ Utegg cracked a 164-156-209-529.

Cardinals fly past

Bulldogs

JAMESTOWN - The Randolph Cardinals (22-14) took three games from the Brocton Bulldogs (17-19) on Wednesday in high school bowling action.

Randolph's linescores read 818-718-732-2,268 compared to Brocton's 735-724-720-2,179 at Jamestown Bowling Company.

Top bowlers for Randolph were Skyler Schapp with a 182-182-528 and Marcus Miller with a 177-484.

Brocton was led by Anthony Miller's 225-185-563 and Taylor Delcamp's 179-461.

 
 

 

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