H.S. Bowling Roundup: Johnstown sweeps Broadalbin-Perth, 4-0

AMSTERDAM – Jim Marshall rolled a high game of 265 and a 678 three-game series to lead Johnstown to a 4-0 win over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council bowling match at Kelly’s Imperial Bowling Center on Wednesday.

Logan Brandt posted a 211-586 for Johnstown, which finished with a 3,371-3,190 advantage in total pins.

Cody Husek registered a 237-601 to lead Broadalbin-Perth, while Jordan Holik added a 203-554.

Scotia-Glenville 4, Gloversville 0

SCOTIA – Ryan Karabin rolled a 279-714 to lead Scotia-Glenville to a Foothills Council victory over Gloversville.

Stephen LaMalfa posted a 236-606 for the Tartans, while Ryan Bekkering added a 234-595.

Seth Weeden finished with a 252-642 to lead Gloversville, while Tim Hoose registered a 208-576.

Ben VanNostrand finished with a 555 for the Huskies.

Scotia-Glenville finished with a 3,519-3,267 advantage in total pins.

Western Athletic Conference

Middleburgh 4, Fort Plain 0

MIDDLEBURGH – Billy Miaski recorded a 235-688 to lead Middleburgh past Fort Plain at Middleburgh Lanes.

Hunter Guest posted a 220-575 for the Knights, while Adam Warner rolled a 215-573.

Aaron Honeywell finished with a 205-508 for Fort Plain, while Zach Reese added a 189-508.

Middleburgh finished with a 2,873-2,340 advantage in total pins.

Mayfield 2, Mekeel Christian 2

SCOTIA – Anthony Brandow rolled a 215-528 series as Mayfield tied Mekeel Christian in a WAC match.

Alex Colby posted a 180-527 for the Panthers.

Joey Dussault posted a 193-556 to lead Mekeel Christian, while Josh Doriski rolled a 216-540.

Mekeel Christian finished with a slim 2,467-2,450 advantage in total pins.


Western Athletic Conference

Middleburgh 3, Fort Plain 1

MIDDLEBURGH – Catherine Duell recorded a 221-533 to lead Middleburgh to a win over Fort Plain.

Beth Mallett rolled a 213-591 to lead Fort Plain.

Middleburgh finished with a 2,249-2,068 advantage in total pins.

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