FHS?girls win, boys fall to Jamestown

JAMESTOWN – The Fredonia Lady Hillbillies picked up a 3-1 victory Wednesday while the boys fell to Jamestown, 4-0, in high school bowling action at Jamestown Bowling Company.

Fredonia’s (21-3) linescores were 841-824-863-2,528 while Jamestown (16-12) shot an 884-736-759-2,379.

High rollers for Fredonia were Morgan Dispense with a 202-185-561 and Genna Riddle with a 219 game. Elizabeth Valvo added a 174 game for the winners.

For Jamestown Brittany Miller cracked a 221-201-588 while Sapphire Dean had a 192 game. Samantha Rushforth added a 178 game in a losing effort.

In the boys’ match, the Red Raiders (19-9) earned the sweep as their linescore was an impressive 1,011-1,044-974-3,029 while Fredonia (11-13) combined for a 953-888-920-2,761.

High rollers for Fredonia included Collin Schanzlin with a 224-201-601 and Ricky Burgstrom with a 221-204. Tyler Winchell had a 202-200 in a losing effort.

Jamestown received a 216-266-644 from Brandon Propheter while Jeremy Becker had games of 256-225.

Fredonia travels to Frewsburg on Friday.

Dunkirk continues strong

season with win over Frewsburg

FREWSBURG – The Dunkirk Marauders continued their strong season with sweeps of the Frewsburg Bears on Wednesday.

In the girls’ match, the Lady Marauders (22-2) combined for a 766-819-846-2,431 to defeat Frewsburg, which rolled a 682-701-641-2,024 at Frewsburg Lanes.

Dunkirk was led by Ally Clement’s 254-198-160-612 and Adriana Penceck’s 206-159-520. Hannah Schnur had a 201-159-500 and Kaitlyn Chase rolled a 177-445.

For Frewsburg, Emily Norton had a 155-160-171-486 and Shelby Snow had a 149 game.

For the boys, Dunkirk (19-5) shot a 864-756-826-2,446 while Frewsburg rolled a 742-706-693-2,141.

EJ Haase led the Marauders with a 185-169-178-532 while Dale Lombardo and Kasey Surma each had a 191 game.

The Bears were led by Justin Randall’s 170-179-170-519 and Malik Williams’ 155-144.

Silver Creek nearly unstoppable

against Forestville

The Silver Creek Black Knights boys high school bowling team was nearly unstoppable Wednesday in CCAA West II action.

Silver Creek (16-8) cracked a 951-872-1,001-2,824 while Forestville (23-9) combined for an 821-834-806-2,461.

The Knights were led by Tim Manning’s 231-623. Tyler Steklasa added a 230-588 and Carl Cotroneo rolled a 213 in the win.

The Hornets received a 204-569 from Brad Dillenburg. John Murphy had a 528 and McAdam Gadewoltz rolled a 200 game in defeat.

As for the girls, Forestville’s (22-2) linescore read 653-605-721-1,979 while Silver Creek (10-10) rolled a 543-583-584-1,719 at Lucky Lanes.

The Lady Hornets’ top bowler was Emily Narraway with a 225-564. Sarah Pleva contributed in the win with a 206-555.

The Knights were led by McKenna Steklasa’s 487. Andrea Olson had the high game with a 186. Jamie Hehir bowled a 434 in defeat.

Brocton sweeps Chautauqua Lake

Brocton swept Chautauqua Lake, 4-0, Wednesday during CCAA West II boys bowling action at Lucky Lanes.

The Bulldogs outpinned the Thunderbirds 890-809-812-2,511 to 631-653-694-1,978 and were led by Anthony Miller’s 228-212-620.

Also for Brocton (16-16), Mark Nickerson rolled a 202-193 and Jordan Kristofiak added a 177.

For Chautauqua Lake (.5-27.5), AJ Utegg charted a 225-544 while Tim Stewart chipped in a 179.

Gowanda boys win, girls remain perfect

GOWANDA – The Gowanda boys and girls bowling teams made quick work of West Valley Wednesday at K & L Lanes during CCAA East action.

For Gowanda, which outpinned West Valley, 934-982-944-2,860. was led by Walker Cygan, who had a team-best 586 series, which included games of 172-225-189. Also for the Panthers (25-3), Jarred Krajewski rolled a 247, Brett Bogardus chipped in a 234, Eric Chimino had a 221 and Trent Martin charted a 202.

In the girls match, the Lady Panthers won with their linescore of 800-684-762-2,246 to West Valley’s 461-440-426-1,336.

Leading the way for Gowanda (28-0) was Lauren Wing, who rolled a team-high 429 series. High games for the Lady Panthers were rolled by Malyssa Farley (195), Danielle Lesefske (170) and Laura Gurney (166).