Shaw, Brother Martin, Jesuit, Patrick Taylor, Holy Cross, Cabrini after Thursday’s wins – Crescent City Sports

Archbishop Shaw won the midgame to take an impressive lead, taking a 21-6 win over Archbishop Rummel in the boys bowling action Thursday at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

The Eagles (3-0) led 5-3 after the first game, but took all eight points in the second game to virtually wrap up the game.

Shaw threw a 3,201 team series, led by Andrew Hill’s 614 series with games of 244 and 203. Jonathan Freeman had a 552 set and Joshua Collins a 548 for the winners.

The Raiders (0-2) were led by Steven Mixon’s 222 game and 529 series, closely followed by Joshua Doredant with a 528 and Matthew Fletcher with a 524.

Brother Martin 26½, St. Augustine : The Crusaders used their full roster and still fired a run of 3,638 teams when beating the Purple Knights at Colonial Lanes in Harahan.

Brother Martin (2-0), in his first home game since winning the 2021 state championship, started quickly with a first game of 1,305. The right pair were dominant in game one as Jacob Vangilder rolled a 256, Carson Colletti a 253 and Dylan McDonald a 247.

McDonald had a 262, Ricky Carmona a second straight 235 and Vangilder a 227 in game two, when Brother Martin threw a 1,221 team game. Will Buras had a 230 to lead the way in the last game.

St. Augustine (0-2) was led by Niles Manuel’s 144 final game.

Jesuit 24, Pearl River 3: The Blue Jays swept the opening game and rolled to a win over the Rebels at Bowling USA in Slidell.

Jesuit (3-0) got a 626 run from Gary Sims in the anchor position, but also got some big scores from the left side of the lineup. Collin Pierce fired an opening game of 244 from the number 2 slot, while Preston Roark had games of 220 and 243 from the opening spot.

Tyler Spiehler was good for two runs and fired a team-high 486 series for Pearl River (1-2).

Patrick Taylor 26, St. Theresa 1: The Tigers started with a 1,061 game en route to a dominant win over the Phoenix at AMF.

Preston Jones had a 247 and Reese Elwood a 213 in the first game ahead of Patrick Taylor (2-1). Jones finished with a 594 set and Elwood with a 575 set.

St. Therese (0-3) got a 161 midgame from Ryan Hebert for his lone run. Jonathan Mendez had a team-best 426 series.

Holy Cross 19, Kenner Discovery 8: The Tigers won seven of eight points in the final game to get away from the Swamp Owls at AMF.

Holy Cross (2-1) got a 212 opening game from Jackson Haro, which ended with a 530 series.

Damon Robinson had a first game of 183 and Chris West captured a few points ahead of Kenner Discovery (1-2).

Girls – Cabrini 23, Kenner Discovery 4: Despite the short-handed bowling, the Crescents had the upper hand over the Swamp Owls at AMF.

Cabrini (2-0) was led by Rachael Conaway’s 494 runs, followed by Jaiden DeGeorge with a 465.

Kenner Discovery (1-1) was tempered by Taylor Daniels’ 422 series.

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