Hillbillies bowl past Golden?Falcons
JAMESTOWN Nate Wojtkowiak cracked a 178-213-539 as the Fredonia Hillbillies (15-25) downed the Falconer Golden Falcons (3-33), 3-1, Wednesday in CCAA Division 1 boys high school bowling.
Fredonia combined for a 683-849-848-2,380 while Falconer mustered a 738-765-772-2,275 at Jamestown Bowling Company.
Travis Langworthy added a 203 and Nate Manning bowled a 211 for the winners.
The Golden Falcons were led by Trystin Lee’s 179 and Tyler Himes’ 178. Sam Ruttenbur added a 171-237-558 in defeat.
In the girls’ match, Fredonia earned the 4-0 sweep as it rolled a 732-779-743-2,254 compared to Falconer’s 543-565-561-1,669.
Morgan Dispense led the winners with a 177 while Marionna Wiltsie shot a 166-445. Cassie Gilvin hit a 154 while Maitland Langworthy bowled a 156. Genna Riddle contributed in the win with a 174-170-467 and Haley Zebraski had a 160 game.
The Lady Golden Falcons had a 139 from Jessica Fieblekorn and a 155 from Jessica Zdunski.
Dunkirk girls prevail, boys fall
Hannah Schnur charted a 190-172-176-538 as the Dunkirk Lady Marauders (23-17) blanked the Southwestern Lady Trojans (10-30), 4-0.
Dunkirk combined to roll a 755-723-789-2,267 while Southwestern shot a 538-659-593-1,790.
Caitlyn Chase contributed in the win with a 156-163-192-511. Danielle Dean added a 150 game for the winners.
Southwestern was led by Shelby Kalfas’ 135-140-144-419 and Alexis Perry’s 119-170-144-433.
In the boys’ match, the Trojans earned the sweep.
Southwestern (25-15) shot a 900-1,004-953-2,857 compared to Dunkirk’s 818-950-837-2,605.
The Trojans were led by Gabe Bursch’s 192-221-192-605 and Taylor West’s 208-236-233-677.
Brandon Haase led the Marauders (19-17) with a 168-192-181-541. Peter Kubera shot a 176-189-155-520 and Brady Manzella had a 165-174-180-519.
Hornets sting Cardinals
JAMESTOWN – The Forestville Hornets bowled their way past the Randolph Cardinals on Wednesday in CCAA Division 2 action.
In the boys’ match, Forestville (35.5-12.5) charted a 747-868-879-2,494 while Randolph (26-22) shot a 835-840-781-2,456 at Jamestown Bowling Company.
Top bowlers for Forestville were John Murphy (204-554), Brad Dillenburg (213-516) and Ryan Forbes (195-511).
Top bowlers for Randolph were Marcus Miller (200-192-564) and Dalton Taylor (181-523).
In the girls’ match, Forestville (37-3) also won 3-1.
Its linescore read 644-667-488-1,799 while Randolph (25-15) shot a 577-581-600-1,758.
Top bowlers for Forestville were Emily Dillenburg (221-202-593) and Sarah Pleva (189-175-466).
Top bowlers for Randolph were Courtney Eberle (178-483) and Tyler Henderson (183-467).
Bears sweep T’Birds
CLYMER – The Frewsburg Bears made light work of the Chautauqua Lake Thunderbirds.
In the boys’ match, Frewsburg rolled a 761-783-732-2,276 while Chautauqua Lake had a 548-624-481-1,653 for the 4-0 sweep.
Levi Sheldon led Frewsburg (22.5-25.5) with a 170-177-476 and Kevin Rogers added a 176-164-472.
Robert Ranney was the high bowler for the Thunderbirds (0-48) with a 154 game.
In the girls’ match, Frewsburg’s linescore read 673-601-582-1,856 compared to Chautauqua Lake’s 525-474-497-1,496 for the sweep.
Bridget Rogers led the Bears (17-23) with a 190-176-180-546 while Shelby Snow added a 171-176-156-503.
The Lady Thunderbirds (5-35) were led by Heather Sullivan’s 179-171-161-511 and Emily Paulus’ 133.
Silver Creek keeps pace in Division 2
SILVER CREEK – Silver Creek’s sweep of Brocton (37-11) Tuesday at Lakeview Lanes helped the Black Knights (36-12) keep pace with the Bulldogs in CCAA Division 2 boys bowling, setting up a battle for first place Saturday at the position round being held at Jamestown Bowling Company.
“It’s going to be an interesting race,” Silver Creek head coach Kevin Rice said. “The league schedule ended (Wednesday) and we’re 36-12, Brocton is 37-11 and (Forestville) is 35-1/2-12-1/2, so there’s literally 1-1/2 points difference in the standings.
“It’s wide open,”?Rice noted. “It’s completely wide open – with four points on the line – between the top three.”
The Black Knights beat the Bulldogs by a line score of 949-866-938-2,753 to 790-813-793-2,396, as Tim Manning rolled a 232-202-218-656 to lead the way. Tyler Steklasa added a 211-201-577 in the win while Robert Patterson charted a 211-540.
For the Bulldogs, John Nickerson had a 545 and Patrick Bigelow a 518.