B-P bowlers top Queensbury, 3-1

AMSTERDAM —Derek Goebel rolled games of 207, 220 and 223 to finish with a 650 series to help Broadalbin-Perth post a 3-1 victory over Queensbury in a Foothills Council bowling match.

Alex Filmer posted a 212-605 for the Patriots, Jake Pavone had a 204-595 and Jennah Graham added a 233-584.

Cameron Fuller posted a 245-667 to lead Queensbury (15-37 overall), while Max Nussbaum added a 228-585.

Broadalbin-Perth finished with a 3,273-2,959 advantage in total pins.

The match was contested virtually with both teams competing at their home lanes. Broadalbin-Perth bowled at Imperial Lanes, while Queensbury competed at Kingpin’s Alley.

Amsterdam 3,

Queensbury 1

AMSTERDAM — Kai Brennan had games of 217, 226 and 227 to finish with a 670 series to lead Amsterdam to a 3-1 victory over Queensbury in a Foothills Council bowling match.

Mekhi Curry posted a 192-543 for the Rams, Patrick Hyam had a 188-527 and Matt Sawitzki added a 180-521.

Cameron Fuller rolled a 214-571 to lead Queensbury, while Max Nussbaum had a 184-518. Drew Walters posted a 202-513 for the Spartans and Manny Ramos added a 188-506.

Amsterdam (50-10 overall) finished with a 3,235-3,050 advantage in total pins.

The match was contested virtually with both teams competing at their home lanes. Amsterdam bowled at Imperial Lanes, while Queensbury competed at Kingpin’s Alley.

Broadalbin-Perth 2, Scotia-Glenville 2

AMSTERDAM — Jake Pavone rolled a high game of 225 and finished with a 582 series to help Broadalbin-Perth earn a 2-2 draw with Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council bowling match.

Alex Filmer posted a 192-531 for B-P (27-29 overall), Derek Goebel had a 189-518 and Jenna Graham rolled a 190-518. Joe Simonds added a 183-517 for the Patriots.

Jacob Leffler finished with a 242-664 to lead Scotia-Glenville, while Savannah Swiatocha posted a 231-592. Josh Allen recorded a 190-503 for the Tartans, who finished with a 2,725-2,666 advantage in total pins.

The match was contested virtually with both teams competing at their home lanes.

Gloversville 4,

Glens Falls 0

GLOVERSVILLE — London Tallon had games of 238 and 252 on his way to a 678 series to lead Gloversville to a 4-0 victory over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council bowling match.

Riley Griffiths rolled a 242-646 for the Huskies, Mark Sgambato posted a 236-626 and Adam Loveless had a 205-589. Brad Wisniewski recorded a 211-584 for Gloversville and A.J. Dorman added a 205-570.

Jocelyn Smith rolled a 257-720 to lead Glens Falls, while Sean Derrick posted a 215-561. Michael Blockburger rolled a 203-537 for the Indians and Joe Cook added a 190-510.

Gloversville (54-6 overall) finished with a 3,693-3,148 advantage in total pins.

The match was contested virtually with both teams competing at their home lanes. Gloversville bowled at Arterial Lanes, while Glens Falls competed at Kingpin’s Alley. The scores were combined later.

Broadalbin-Perth 3, Glens Falls 1

AMSTERDAM — Derek Goebel posted games of 203, 213 and 224 to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 3-1 victory over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council bowling match.

Jake Pavone rolled a 241-614 for the Patriots, while Jennah Graham finished with a 193-533.

Sean Derrick rolled a 211-618 to lead Glens Falls, while Jocelyn Smith posted a 232-581. Joe Cook added a 211-532 for the Indians.

Broadalbin-Perth (30-30 overall) finished with a 3,154-3,110 advantage in total pins.

The match was contested virtually with both teams competing at their home lanes. Broadalbin-Perth bowled at Imperial Lanes, while Glens Falls competed at Kingpin’s Alley. The scores were combined later.

By Paul Wager