Scotia-Glenville rolls past Patriots in Foothills bowling

SCHENECTADY — The Scotia-Glenville Tartans posted a 4-0 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in Foothills Council bowling action Thursday at Boulevard Bowl.

The Tartans outpinned the Patriots 3,420-3,209 to complete the sweep.

Kyle Denman led Broadalbin-Perth with his 213-606 triple, while Zach Rinehart rolled a 212-594 and Jared Eipp finished with a 226-570.

Jacob McKenzie led Scotia-Glenville with his 234-643 performance, while Cheyanne McPhail rolled a 231-620 and Austin Zullo chipped in with a 205-579.

Amsterdam 2, South Glens Falls 2

AMSTERDAM — Michaela Kelly rolled a 243-717 to help Amsterdam earn a tie with South Glens Falls in a Foothills Council match Wednesday at Imperial Lanes.

Fred Pinto posted a 267-686 for the Rams, Jon Schultz had a 226-639 and Nate Grant finished with a 234-597. Mike Hughes posted a 226-590 for Amsterdam and Nic Carbone added a 190-548.

Jack Comar posted a 279-702 to lead South Glens Falls, while Kara Rapp had a 258-683. Willis Bickford had a 242-637 for the Bulldogs, Jarret Morris posted a 206-597 and Ryan Benosky recorded a 222-597. Jarrid Tessier added a 235-563 for South Glens Falls, which finished with a 3,776-3,767 advantage in total pins.

It was the final home match for Amsterdam seniors Kelly, Pinto, Hughes and Grant.

WAC

Duanesburg 4,

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 0

GUILDERLAND — Eland Colon posted a 235-645 to lead Duanesburg to a WAC victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah at Town N Country Lanes on Wednesday.

Tyler Drexel recorded a 200-533 for the Eagles, while Bryce Lewandowski added a 181-517. Duanesburg finished with a 2,695-1,941 advantage in total pins.

Aston Spicci finished with a 156-441 to lead OESJ, while Skyler Barker added a 153-410.

GIRLS

WAC

Duanesburg 4,

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 0

GUILDERLAND — Kylie Largeteau finished with a 221-565 to lead Duanesburg to a WAC victory over Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville at Town N Country Lanes on Wednesday.

Bethany Baza posted a 157-448 for the Eagles, who finished with a 1,929-1,396 advantage in total pins.

Hanna Ouderkirk led OESJ with a 127-341.

By Paul Wager

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