OBSERVER Staff Report
The Fredonia Hillbillies and the Dunkirk Marauders were so evenly matched Monday, both the boys and girls teams battled to a 2-2 tie.
In the boys' match, Fredonia's linescore read 815-984-894-2,693 while Dunkirk shot a 956-880-861-2,697 at Lucky Lanes.
OBSERVER?Photos by Sean Pecuch
At left Fedonia’s Haley Zebraski releases the ball in the third frame of Monday’s high school bowling match against Dunkirk, at Lucky Lanes. At right, Dunkirk’s Casey Surma delivers the ball.
High rollers for Fredonia were Collin Schanzlin with a 226-561 and Ricky Burgstrom with a 225-557. Jeff Rowe had a 201-553 and Nick Pagano charted a 208 game for the Hillbillies.
The Marauders were led by Brandon Haase's 221-574 and Peter Kubera's 224. Seamus Raynor had a 222 and Casey Surma charted a 201 game.
In the girls' match, Fredonia finished with a 732-841-772-2,345 and Dunkirk combined for a 778-708-795-2,281.
The Lady Hillbillies were led by Elizabeth Valvo's 182-191-522 and Genna Riddle shot a 194.
For Dunkirk, Caty Chase cracked a 170-501 and Hannah Schnur had a 180. Adrianna Pencek rolled a 170 and Ally Clement had a 175.
Fredonia travels to Frewsburg on Wednesday and Dunkirk travels to Falconer.
Lady Hornets sweep, boys fall 3-1
CUTTING - The Forestville Lady Hornets (4-0) took care of Clymer (4-4, 4-0, Monday in girls high school bowling. Meanwhile, Forestville boys fell to Clymer, 3-1.
Forestville's linescore read 511-528-549-1,588 compared to Clymer's 477-444-531-1,471 at Cutting Lanes.
The Lady Hornets were led by Sarah Pleva's 168-160-166-494 and Shawntai LeBarron's 154-420.
The Lady Pirates received a 156-422 from Janelle Ingalls while Jill McIntyre cracked a 155-416.
In the boys' match, Clymer (6-1-1) prevailed 3-1. Its linescore read 889-835-772-2,522 while the Hornets combined for a 845-767-879-2,520.
David Applebee led the Pirates with a 177-177-170-524 while Braydon Dobson charted a 211-164-139-514.
The Hornets were led by Brad Dillenburg's 241-155-214-610 and John Murphy's 177-148-166-491.
Black?Knights blank Bulldogs
SILVER CREEK - The Silver Creek Black Knights boys' bowling team (4-4) bounced back, after getting shutout by Randolph in their opening match last week, with a 4-0 victory Monday over the Brocton Bulldogs (1-7) at Lakeview Lanes.
As a team, Silver Creek rolled a 912-841-942-2,695. Robert Paterson led the Black Knights with a high game of 265 to go with a 599 series. Tim Manning's 213-210-564 and Tyler Steklasa's 196-503 also contributed to the win. All five of Silver Creek's bowlers turned in a series above 500.
The Bulldogs bowled 810-785-716-2,311 in the loss. Mark Nickerson's 192-167-529 led Brocton while Anthony Miller chipped in a 204-179-522.
Silver Creek's next match is Thursday against Chautauqua Lake at Cutting Lanes in Clymer.