Friday, January 21, 2022

School: Saratoga Springs’ Jennings rolls 300 in boys’ bowling win – The Daily Gazette

Brady Jennings produced 300 games to highlight a victory Tuesday for the Saratoga Springs boys’ bowling team, which beat Schenectady 32–0 in a suburban council matchup.

Jennings had 784 series, while teammate Luke Rupp built 234-608. Chris Raffin’s was 131-346 for Schenectady.

Tyler Bogholtz produced 300 games in Colombia’s 29–3 win against the CBA. Bogholtz had 679 treble, while CBA’s Angelo Gallosoro had 237-674.

Guilderland beat Bethlehem 29.5-2.5. Leading in the matchup was Tim Bush with Guilderland 235-638 and Jason Capullo with 236-609. Erik Ratajic added 244-600 as Guilderland overtook Bethlehem 3,471-2,765. Gavin Martin scored 236-579 for Bethlehem.

Aiden Deitz had a chain high of 655 and Aidan Cardany had a game high of 277, giving the Colony a 21-11 win against Troy. For Troy, Olivia Decetis recorded 268-689.

Avril Park won 28-4 against Ballston Spa. Jacob Keller contributed 267-687 and Evan Koon 258-614 for Avril Park.

In Colonial Council action, Lansingburgh defeated Möhsen 18–14. Lucas Koster produced 636 series, and Mohansen’s Anthony Gisso had 618 series.

The Cohos won 27-5 against Voorheesville. Jack Popo had 245-693 for Voorheesville, while Cohoz received 224-595 from Jackson Felt.

Husik Falls won 5–0 against Husik Valley in the Wasseren League match. Colin King of Husick Falls led all bowlers with 279–653, while Leigha Henkel’s 224–627 led Husick Valley.

Jones leads Mohansen’s bowlers

In the Colonial Council Girls’ bowling, Mohanasen topped Lansingburgh 29-3. Madison Jones led the way with 246-619, while Kiana McPinlack contributed 242-584 and Kat Gaudio contributed 199-525. For Lansingburgh, Ariana Dingley produced 204-534.

In the girls’ bowling of the suburban council, Colombia beat Niscayuna 30–2. Lily Brown had Colombia’s high game with 226. For Niscayuna, Lily Chenvert produced 158–425 and Kate Markin produced 146–418.

Schenectady won 25–7 against Avril Park. Kaylee Beaham scored 233-548 in the win, while Ashley Wolf produced 190-547 and Shane Terry 180-537. Avril Park received a 225-507 from Lan Brown.

Ballston Spa won 23–9 against Saratoga Springs. Kennedy Barker had 243-668 for Ballston Spa, while Taylor Russell added 240-573. For Saratoga Springs, Isabel Bynes had 208-505.

Coloni beat Bethlehem 27-5. The colony, led by Courtney Pekowitz 220–589, also received 226–552 from Sage Risdorf. For Bethlehem, Maddie Robbins recorded 200-589 and Amanda Buick 203-539.

Mechanicville tops Bethlehem

In a non-league game, Mechanicville defeated Bethlehem 55–54. For Mechanicville of the Wasseren League, Colin Richardson scored a game-high 22 points, Fenwick Egan added 11 and Joseph DeVito added 10. Logan Yohe led Bethlehem with 15 points. Mechanicville, a Class B program, trailed 14-10 after one quarter and 36-34 after three quarters before rallying for victory against its Class AA enemy.

Shohri defeated Sharon Springs 65-26. Matt Bernhardt led the way to victory with 14 points, while Dan Bernhardt and Andrew Martin each added 10 for a team with 10 different player scores. For Sharon Springs, Brady Law had a team-high 13 points. Shohri held a 37-7 lead at halftime.

In a non-league game between suburban council schedules, Colombia won 53–40 against Avril Park. Henry Heaps led the way with 18 points. For Avril Park, Dan Koitex scored a game-high 19 points.

Hudson Falls won 52–40 against Fonda-Fultonville. Peyton Smith had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the win.

Mayfield Cruises

The Mayfield Girls basketball team recorded a 59–21 non-league win against North Warren. In the win, Mayfield scored 20 points in the first quarter and held North Warren to 11 through the third. Chloe Dopp scored a game-high 26 points, nine of which came on 3-pointers in the first quarter. Brooke Innuzzi added 16 points for Mayfield, who also received nine from Kelsey Meka.

Avril Park took the top spot at Columbia 7-041. Amelia Wood led Avril Park with 21 points.

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