H.S. Bowling Roundup: Johnstown bowlers post 3-1 victory over Gloversville

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Johnstown’s Hunter Meher warms up prior to Wednesday’s Foothills Council match against Gloversville at Perry Lanes in Johnstown. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)

JOHNSTOWN — Ethan Hadcock had a high game of 277 on his way to a 745 series to lead Johnstown to a 3-1 victory over Gloversville in a Foothills Council bowling match at Perry Lanes on Wednesday.

Andy Sitterly rolled a 236-643 for Johnstown (17-7 Foothills), which finished with a 3,582-3,241 advantage in total pins.

Richard Taylor led Gloversville with a 230-641, while Derek Taylor had a 561 series. Tyler Quinones posted a 245 high game for the Huskies.

Amsterdam 4,

Broadalbin-Perth 0

AMSTERDAM — Brendan McGillin rolled a 300 game on his way to a 701 series to lead Amsterdam to a victory over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council match at Kelly’s Imperial Bowling Center.

It was his first 300 game.

“During the entire game his form and release were perfect. He stayed composed and calm and executed each shot,” Amsterdam coach Joseph Scott said. “The entire Amsterdam varsity bowling team is very proud of Brendan.”

Jon Schultz posted a 290-673 for the Rams, while Michael Hughes finished with a 246-671. Nate Grant posted a 597 for Amsterdam and Nic Carbone added a 190-522.

Griffin Goodemote had a 216-625 to lead Broadalbin-Perth, while Brian Jordan finished with a 237-603. Jarod Spagnola rolled a 201-578 for the Patriots, Nick Scavia had a 203-567 and John Wiedemann added a 215-540.

Amsterdam finished with a 3,654-3,402 advantage in total pins.

WAC

Mayfield 3, Schoharie 1

MIDDLEBURGH — Anthony Brandow finished with games of 243 and 245 on his way to a 666 series to lead Mayfield to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Schoharie at Middleburgh Lanes.

Adam Colby posted a 190-557 for the Panthers, while Nikoli Yudin rolled a 180-510. Tyler Cramer added a 204-503 for Mayfield, which finished with a 2,785-2,604 advantage in total pins.

Louis Hardendorf led Schoharie with a 213-553, while Tyler Lawyer finished with a 210-540. Devlan Matthews added a 200-517 for the Indians.

Fort Plain 4, Bishop Gibbons 0

SCHENECTADY — Brady Fureno rolled a 231-681 to lead Fort Plain to a sweep of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons at Sportsman’s Bowl.

Jacob Hazlett finished with a 256-632 for the Hilltoppers, while Drew Fureno had a 205-600. Austin Cotton added a 221-557 for Fort Plain, which finished with a 2,985-2,870 advantage in total pins.

Chris Kordziel led Bishop Gibbons with a 232-639, while Ian Dale added a 201-590.

Canajoharie 4, Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 0

CANAJOHARIE — Jimmy Fiaschetti rolled a 227-641 to lead Canajoharie to a sweep of Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville at Iroquois Lanes.

Mike Baldwin finished with a 242-590 for the Cougars, who finished with a 2,712-2,079 advantage in total pins. Cian DiMezza added a 179-500 for Canajoharie.

Daulton Spicci posted a 199-498 to lead OESJ, while Kyle Horning added a 163-449.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 3, Fonda-Fultonville 1

AMSTERDAM — Devin Longendyke posted a 238-535 to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a victory over Fonda-Fultonville at Kelly’s Imperial Bowling Center.

Max Hagerott finished with a 214-521 for the Bulldogs, who finished with a 2,576-2,495 advantage in total pins. Dylan Hempstead added a 193-506 for BKW.

Brandon Koons led Fonda-Fultonville with a 209-554, while Micaiah Roche added a 199-514.

GIRLS

WAC

Schoharie 4, Mayfield 0

MIDDLEBURGH — Makayla Williams rolled games of 214 and 225 to lead Schoharie to a sweep of Mayfield in a Western Athletic Conference match at Middleburgh Lanes.

Emma Trendell had a 168-454 for the Indians, who finished with a 2,151-1,986 advantage in total pins.

Savanah Pierce led Mayfield with a 181-424, while Danielle Skellie posted a 152-412.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 4, Fonda-Fultonville 0

AMSTERDAM — Hannah Young rolled a 156-461 to lead Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a sweep of Fonda-Fultonville in a WAC match at Kelly’s Imperial Bowling Center.

Cassie Schanz finished with a 164-457 for BKW, which finished with a 1,902-1,693 advantage in total pins.

Dakota Livingston rolled a 205-502 to lead Fonda-Fultonville.

By Paul Wager

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