CVAC bowlers compete in hard-fought afternoon of competition | Local sports

PLATTSBURGH — Two of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference’s top bowling teams battled it out at North Bowl Lanes on Monday in a hard-fought matchup, with the Beekmantown and Peru boys tied 2-2, while the Eagle girls defeated the Nighthawks 3-1. threw the ground.

“Both the boys’ and girls’ teams bowled great today, it’s the rivalry between these two teams for first place in the standings that fueled them,” said Beekmantown coach Farole Watts. “The boys’ game totals are worthy of sections and states days.”

Jordan Deyo and Caleb Deso set the pace for the Eagle boys, finishing with 656 and 654 series respectively. The rest of the Beekmantown squad all finished with a run of 500+ points.

Keegan Hemingway had the highest run on the day for all bowlers who entered, finishing with 713, including a 246 high match, bowling for Peru. Nick Palmer came in second on the team with a 676 series.

On the girls side, Paige Hilborne continued her strong season with a team-high 645 series to lead the Eagles to their win. Alexa Sampica came in second on the team with a 529 series.

Leita Clark led the Nighthawks in the loss with a run of 599, while Kathryn Bowman had a strong run of her own, finishing in 560.


Beekmantown 2, Peru 2

BCS- A. Deso 220-137-196-553, C. Deso 243-193-218-654, Dragoon 190-138-178-506, Hart 235-165-168-568, Deyo 228-172-258-656

PCS- Palmer 268-245-163-676, M. Trombley 195-181-188-564, Hemingway 244-246-223-713, Smith 161-204-188-553, J. Trombley 178-205-220-603.


Beekmantown 3, Peru 1

BCS- Sampica 170-201-158-529, Bump 128-139-160-427, Cook 134-129-150-413, Fessette 180-164-138-482, Hilborne 201-217-227-645.

PCS- Clark 201-205-193-599, Pyne 149-179-117-445, Garrand 147-137-184-468, Provost 159-117-383, Jiguere 107, Bowman 190-211-159-560



ELLENBURG – The Chiefs took a decisive win for the boys as they battled to a 2-2 draw on the girls side.

Dale LaVarnway and Andrew Gaboriault led the Saranac boys with 589 and 565 series, including a 225 high game from Gaboriault.

Chase Nichols registered his first game of 200 points in the loss to Northern Adirondack and led the team with a 533 series.

On the girls side, Kennedy Daynter led the Chiefs with a 459 series.

For the Bobcats, Kate LaPoint had the team’s highest run with 375, closely followed by Spencer Perrea’s 354 run.


Saranac 4, North Adirondack 0

SCS- Breen 109-110-136-355, LaTulip 197-143-141-481, Lavarnway 194-214-181-589, J. Gaboriault 173-148-156-477, A. Gaboriault 225-180-160-565.

NEW- Menard 131-120-108-359, Guillaume 147-127-111-385, C. Nichols 116-191-226-533, A. Nichols 152-146-131-429, Shusda 182-177-123-482.


Saranac 2, North Adirondack 2

SCS- Laundry 82-106-82-270, Marsico 120-102-111-333, Daynter 156-168-135-459.

NEW- Hairdresser 106-126-124-356, Husband 120-109-97-326, Perrea 152-109-93-354, Guay 88-84-104-276, Lapoint 136-134-105-375.


WILLSBORO – Emily Mitchell and Autumn Phinney’s tandem drove the Warrior girls past the Vikings.

Mitchell finished the afternoon with a 409 series and a high game of 145, while Autumn Phinney finished with a 381 series and 157 high game.

Sarah Shoobe had the highest run on the day, totaling 418, while Hannah Slattery had a total of 337.


Willsboro 4, Moriah 0

WCS- Mitchell 145-139-125-409. Phinney 130-157-381.

MCS- Shoobe 140-141-137-418, Slattery 115-144-337


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