Valvo cracks 573 as Lady Billies down Jamestown

OBSERVER?Staff Reports

Elizabeth Valvo cracked a 175-212-186-573 to lift the Fredonia Lady Hillbillies (10-2) to a sweep of Jamestown (7-9) on Monday in girls high school bowling.

The Lady Hillbillies’ linescore read 783-857-839-2,479 while the Lady Red Raiders combined for a 709-689-640-2,038 at Lucky Lanes.

Maitland Langworthy contributed in the win with a 194-174 while Genna Riddle shot a 201-184. Morgan Cotton had a 186 game and Taryn Wojtkowiak had a 183 game.

For Jamestown, Sapphire Dean bowled a 165-156-151-472 and Andraya Vazquez added a 156 game.

In the boys’ match, Jamestown walked away with a 3-1 victory.

The Red Raiders (10-6) rolled a 963-907-909-2,779 while the Hillbillies (4-8) combined for a 917-914-791-2,622.

High rollers for Fredonia were Nick Pagano with a 215-202-556 while Collin Schanzlin and Tyler Winchell each had a 187 game.

High rollers for Jamestown included: Brandon Propheter’s 209-191-234-634, Brent Miller’s 188-234-201-623 and Chad Warner’s 212.

Fredonia travels to Falconer on Wednesday.

Hornets sting Knights

The Forestville Hornets took down the Silver Creek Black Knights.

In the boys’ match, Forestville (8-4) combined for a 895-809-842-2,546 compared to Silver Creek’s 830-792-815-2,437 at Lakeview Lanes.

The Hornets were led by Brad Dillenburg’s 209-210-604 while John Murphy cracked a 238-592. Phil Narraway had a 187-165-500 for the winners.

For Silver Creek (4-8), Carl Cotroneo had a 206-181-546 while Robert Paterson had a 182-176-522 and Tyler Steklasa charted a 210-519 in a losing effort.

In the girls’ match, Forestville prevailed, 3-1.

The Lady Hornets (7-1) combined for a 648-605-577-1,830 while Silver Creek’s linescore read 507-601-638-1,746.

Forestville’s top bowler was Emily Narraway with a 190-160-155-505. Justine VanArcor had a 164 and Haylee Valetine had a 176 game for the winners.

The Black Knights (2-6) received a 199-190-212-601 from Jamie Hehir. Katie Dittiger cracked a 171 in a losing effort.

Silver Creek retunrs to action Wednesday when it travels to Cutting Lanes to take on Clymer.

Bulldogs sweep T’birds

CUTTING – The Brocton Bulldogs swept Chautauqua Lake, 4-0, Monday in boys high school bowling.

The Bulldogs’ (5-9) linescore read 735-806-819-2,360 while Chautauqua Lake (0-11-1) bowled a 596-564-562-1,722 at Cutting Lanes.

Brocton’s top bowler was Anthony Miller with a 170-178-204-552 while Mark Nickerson charted a 193-187-531. Jordan Krystofiak added a 158 game for the winners.

The Thunderbirds were led by AJ Utegg’s 166-449. Robert Ranney had a 168 game in a losing effort.

Chautauqua Lake returns to action Wenesday at Lucky Lanes against Forestville.

Panthers remain perfect

GOWANDA – The Gowanda Panthers made quick work of the Salamanca Warriors on Monday.

In the girls’ match, Gowanda (12-0) ripped a combined 806-916-807-2,529 while Salamance had a 580-668-780-2,028 at K&L Lanes.

High series for Gowanda was recorded by Bri Thompson with a 216-207-159-582 while Lauren Wing was right behind with a 142-222-186-550. Malyssa Farley had a 202 game and Laura Gurney had a 169 game in the win.

For Salamanca, Tiffany Nery had a 110-188-222-510 while Mackenzie Riggs had a 164 game

In the boys’ match, Gowanda’s linescore read 996-1,034-922-2,952 while Salamanca had a 938-951-871-2,760.

Gowanda was led by Walker Cygan’s 209-231-173-613 and Eric Chimino’s 161-223-215-599. Other high games went to Jordan Schindler with a 267 and Jarred Krajewski with a 206.

Salamanca’s Bryant Johnson had a 256-219-189-664 while Matt James added a 184.