Caleb Terhune led Frewsburg to a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association boys bowling rolloffs title on Wednesday afternoon at the Jamestown Bowling Company.
Terhune spilled a 624 scratch series, the highest of the competition, as the Bears cracked a 1,220-1,667-1,266-3,653 total.
Dalton Taylor of Randolph had the high-individual scratch game with a 237, Nathan Sanders of Falconer connected on a 300 with handicap and Peter Gabel of West Valley delivered a 740 series with handicap.
Photo by Scott Reagle
Pictured are the Individual winners of the CCAA?Boys County Rolloffs. They are, from left, Nathan Sanders (Falconer), High Handicap Game; Dalton Taylor (Randolph), High Scratch Game; Peter Gabel (West Valley), High Handicap Series; and Caleb Terhune (Frewsburg), High Scratch Series.
Photo by Scott Reagle
The Individual winners of the CCAA?Girls County Rolloffs. They are Genna Riddle (Fredonia), High Handicap Series; Courtney Eberle (Randolph), High Handicap Game; Bridgett Rogers (Frewsburg), High Scratch Series; and Shelby Snow (Frewsburg), High Scratch Game.
The Division 2 bowling champions Brocton?Bulldogs. They are, in front from left, Steven Krystofiak, Mark Nickerson and Kory Crandall. In back are Coach Ken Kowal, Anthony Miller, John Nickerson, Andy Morello, Patrick Bigelow and Taylor Delcamp.
Jamestown was the runnerup with a 1,0966-1,05-1,078-3,279; Forestville third with a 1,002-1,066-1,124-3,192; and Falconer fifth with a 1,0065-992-1,173-3,171.
Rounding out the top 10 were sixth-place Dunkirk with 965-1,029-1,123-3,117; seventh-place Fredonia with 1,042-980-1,072-3,094; eighth-place West Valley with 1,018-1,040-1,029-3,087; ninth-place Salamanca with 950-972-1,158-3,080; and 10th-place Brocton with 951-1,019-1,100-3,070.
In 11th was Southwestern with a 1,011-1,056-995-3,062; in 12th was Randolph with a 961-1,063-1,038-3,062; in 13th was Hinsdale with a 985-1,050-1,022-3,057; in 14th was Silver Creek with a 1,045-1,017-986-3,046; in 15th was Cattaraugus-Little Valley with a 983-1,077-986-3,046; in 16th was Gowanda with a 906-938-1,066-2,910; and in 17th was Chautauqua Lake with an 848-959-1,017-2,824.
Allegany-Limestone came in 18th behind its 912-880-1,025-2,817 total and Clymer was last when it fired a 1,001-1,042-2,043.