H.S. Bowling Roundup: Amsterdam sweeps Broadalbin-Perth in season-opening match

Amsterdam’s Mike Hughes warms up for the Rams season-opening match against Broadalbin-Perth Wednesday at Imperial Lanes in Amsterdam. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

AMSTERDAM — Jon Schultz finished with a high game of 241 on his way to a 675 series to lead Amsterdam to a 4-0 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council bowling match Wednesday at Imperial Lanes.

Nate Grant posted a 269-662 for the Rams, while Mike Hughes had a 243-629.

Ryan Frolke finished with a 216-591 to lead Broadalbin-Perth, while Zach Rinehart posted a 215-549. Mike Piska added a 189-498 for the Patriots.

Amsterdam finished with a 3,564-2,925 advantage in total pins.

Johnstown 4, Queensbury 0

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Ethan Hadcock finished with a 224-641 to lead Johnstown to a Foothills Council victory over Queensbury at Kingpin’s Alley.

Garrett Way had a 268-604 for the Sir Bills, while Andy Sitterly added a 606.

Phil Rock finished with a 254-679 to lead Queensbury.

Johnstown finished with a 3,445-3,159 advantage in total pins.

Gloversville 2, Scotia-Glenville 2

SCHENECTADY — Adam Loveless had a 247-666 to help Gloversville tie Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council match at Boulevard Bowl.

Derek Taylor had a 232-666 for the Huskies, while Aiden Carter rolled a 603. Lane Daley added a high game of 223 for Gloversville.

Ryan Rockwell had a 239-633 to lead Scotia-Glenville, while Sydni Gapczynski rolled a 237-621. Austin Zullo posted a 588 series for the Tartans and Jacy Roman added a high game of 234.

Scotia-Glenville finished with a 3,556-3,549 advantage in total pins.

Hudson Falls 2, Schuylerville 2

SCHUYLERVILLE — Charlie Sherman rolled a 209-555 to help Schuylerville earn a tie with Hudson Falls in a Foothills Council match at Olde Saratoga Bowl.

Logan Steele finished with a 210-550 for the Black Horses, while Colton Weatherwax added a 192-525.

Taylor Markham and Gavin Jarvis each had 550 series for Hudson Falls, while Gavin Bennett had a 188-545. Logan Bennett added a 200-499 for the Tigers.

Schuylerville finished with a 3,028-2,944 advantage in total pins.

By Paul Wager

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