Peru, Beekmantown bowlers win; Moriah, Saranac split matchup | Local sports

PERU — Nick Palmer led Peru’s bowlers in a dominant performance with a massive 803 series against Northern Adirondack.

Palmer had a 279 high game that night. Josh Trombley, Keagan Hemingway and Keegan Smith rounded out the team with strong runs, bowling 661, 580 and 548 respectively.

Jarrod Shusda’s 536 series led the Bobcats to a loss with a 536 series and 201 high game.

For the girls, Kathryn Bowman led the way for the Nighthawks with a 632 series, with Layla Garrand chasing her with a 511 series.

Chelsey Guay led the Northern Adirondack girls with a 404 series.

boys

Peru 4, Northern Adirondack 0

PCS- Palmer 279-259-265-803, Trombley 233-202-226-661, Hemingway 198-182-200-580, Smith 190-203-548.

NAC-Shusda 201-174-536, Guillaume 162-150-454, Nichols 151-141-409.

girls

Peru 4, Northern Adirondack 0

PCS- Bowman 193-195-244-632, Garrand 179-190-511, Ciolek 184-183-499, Provost 187-493

NAC- Guay 149-136-404, Lapoint 145-382, Hairdresser 156-363

BEEKMANTOWN 4, PLATTSBURGH 0

BEEKMANTOWN 4, PLATTSBURGH 0

PLATTSBURGH – Jordan Deyo and Paige Hilborne propelled the Eagle bowlers to 4-0 wins on both sides of their matchup with Plattsburgh.

For the boys, Deyo had a 648 series and 234 high game to lead all the bowlers competing, while Alex Deso put in a 563 series.

Evan Rundall’s 615 series led the Hornets in the loss.

For the girls, Hilborne’s 606 series set Beekmantown’s pace in the win, while Allyson Cragle threw a 491 series.

Scotlyn McCormick’s 403 series led Plattsburgh in the loss.

boys

Beekmantown 4, Plattsburgh 0

BCS-Deyo 234-214-200-648, A. Deso 161-200-202-563, Dragoon 197-190-555, C. Deso 164-145-452.

PHS-Rundall 213-213-615, Mintz 204-205-511, Bernier 169-150-453, Donaldson 136-150-397.

girls

Beekmantown 4, Plattsburgh 0

BCS- Hilborne 190-234-606, Cragle 49-199-491, Fessette 138-175-446, Sampica 143-180-445, Cook 137-167.

PHS-Mccormick 104-157-106-403, Briggs 105-133-107-345, Ashline 139-314.

SARANAC 4, MORIAH 0

MORIAH 4, SARANAC 0

MORIAH – The Viking girls took a decisive victory over the Chiefs, while the Saranac boys defeated Moriah.

For the girls, Sarah Shoobe and Hannah Slattery walked up and down the Vikings on series 533 and 416, respectively.

Kennedy Paynter led the Chief girls in the loss, bowling a 152 high game and 415 series.

Among the boys, Andrew Gaboriault’s 473 series led Saranac to victory.

Cayden Muller’s 389 series led the Moriah boys in the loss.

boys

Saranac 4, Moriah 0

MCS- Muller Cayden 151-389, Cowin 110-288, Carr 104-252, Bacon 108-298.

SCS-A. Gaboriault 167-149-157-473, LaVarnway 151-172-445, LaTulin 169-436, J. Gaboriault 136-371, Breen 99-275.

girls

Moriah 4, Saranac 0

MCS-Shoobe 155-192-186-533, H. Slattery 154-144-416, Cutting 129-290, Towns 97-252, Taylor 100-260.

SCS-Masico 133-298, Paynter 152-119-144-415.

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