FREWSBURG - Liz Golubski set a new school record with a 683 series to lead the Silver Creek Black Knights (19-5) to a sweep of the Frewsburg Bears (9-15) on Friday in CCAA Division 2 high school bowling.
Golubski, a member of the bowling team for six years, cracked a 226-237-220-683. The old record was a 621 series.
Silver Creek's linescore read 669-690-605-1,964 while Frewsburg finished with a 580-560-573-1,713.
"It's been something in the making," Silver Creek coach Kevin Rice said of Golubski breaking the school record. "This is her first time going over 600 in high school competition. Her goal is to finish with the top average in the league. She missed the All-Star state team by 40 or 50 pins last year so she wants to reach that. She was in a zone today. We didn't have to make many adjustments and she just kept throwing a consistent shot."
Tessa Gibbon contributed in the win with a 436.
Frewsburg was led by Bridgett Rogers' 509.
In the boys match, Silver Creek (19-9) and Frewsburg (15.5-12.5) bowled to a 2-2 deadlock.
Silver Creek's linescore read 818-721-715-2,254 compared to Frewsburg's 668-797-776-2,241.
Elliott Martin led the Black Knights with a 510 while Tyler Steklasa charted a 482.
Frewsburg's Kevin Rogers charted a 200 game and Justin Randall finished with a 181.
Forestville sweeps Clymer
The Forestville bowling teams got the job done Friday in sweeping Clymer.
In the boys match, Forestville (16.5-7.5) cracked a 746-726-767-2,239 while Clymer (4-20) shot a 686-637-711-2,034 at Lucky Lanes.
John Murphy led the Hornets with a 201-566 while David Applebee paced Clymer with a 201-518.
For the girls, Emily Dillenburg's 538 helped the Lady Hornets (19-1) to a sweep. They finished with a linescore of 583-615-637-1,835 while Clymer (2-22) combined for a 423-462-443-1,328.
Sam Nosbisch added a 511 series for the winners.
The Lady Pirates were led by Jenelle Ingalls' 393.
Forestville's boys team returns to action Wednesday against Brocton.
Brocton continues to roll
The Brocton Bulldogs continued their CCAA Division 2 bowling success with a 3-1 win over Randolph on Friday at Lucky Lanes.
The Bulldogs (21-3) combined for a 670-846-847-2,363 while the Cardinals (12-12) finished with an 800-800-713-2,313.
John Nickerson led the Bulldogs with a 201-197-544 while Andy Morello charted a 194 game.
Randolph was led by Marcus Miller's 188-485 and Ashton Walters' 188. Skyler Schapp added a 181 and Dalton Taylor bowled a 177.