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BOWLING: Dundee boys, girls stay in West race

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Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2013 10:56 am

HOPEWELL — The Dundee High School boys and girls bowling teams took big steps Wednesday afternoon toward maintaining their standing among the Finger Lakes West league’s best.

Dustin Anderson rolled a 587 (209-208) to spearhead the Scots boys to a 5-2 win over HAC at Roseland Bowl.

Laura Miller tossed a 492 (169) to spark the girls to a 7-0 sweep.

The boys remained atop the division standings at 17-4, while the girls stayed second behind unbeaten Bloomfield.

Andrew Davis aided the boys with a 476 (179).

Derek Kronenberger notched a 528 (179-179-170) for the Wolves (17-11).

Amber Green provided the Scots girls with a 448. Heather Barber bowled a 374 for the Wolves (14-14).

B: Bloomfield 5, Honeoye 2

G: Bloomfield 7, Honeoye 0

HOPEWELL — Rayissa Amon rang up a 228, 246 and 198, good for a 672 that spearheaded Bloomfield (21-0) in the girls tilt at Roseland Bowl. Teammate Courtney Hurlburt contributed a consistent 572, topped by a 195 opening game.

Sammy Marshall bowled a 196 game and 535 series for the Bulldogs (9-12).

Tommy Rowlinson’s 546 aggregate and Tyler Hitchcock’s 197 game paced Bloomfield (14-7) in the boys affair. Scott Westcott led all bowlers with a 629 for Honeoye (11-10), keyed by 220 and 222 singles.


B: Wayne 5, Waterloo 2

G: Wayne 4, Waterloo 3

WEBSTER — Joe Placious erupted for a 637 series that included games of 189, 221 and 227 to launch the Eagle boys team at AMF Empire Lanes.

Rachel Selnar rolled a 633 (226-244) to power Wayne girls.

The Eagles girls claimed their four points with a 708-652 first game triumph and a 716-698 third game victory.

Kevin Hayes supplied the Eagles boys (14-7) with a 636 (208-195-233). J.T. Rubado chipped in with a 510 (202).

C.J. Stevens grooved a 601 (208-203-190) for the Indians (13-8). Patrick Lee began his 586 series with a 230 first game. Thomas Moracco notched a 575 (230).

On the girls side, Jennie Dennie capped a 470 aggregate with a 202 third game for the Eagles (16-5), who rank in second place in the East.

Gabrielle Smith highlighted her 516 series with a 193 second game for the Indians (10-11).


B: Greece Arcadia 6, Canandaigua 0

G: Canandaigua 4, Greece Arcadia 2

BRIGHTON — Lizzy Natoli rolled a 205 and 201 to lead the Braves (10-8) in the girls match at Clover Lanes. Brian Bray’s 235 high game powered Canandaigua (6-12) in the boys match.

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