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Kokes tosses 718 series in NCCS sweep

AUSABLE FORKS — Chris Kokes fired a 241-244-233-718 series at Riverside Lanes on Wednesday to power the second-place Northeastern Clinton boys to a 6-4 victory over third-place AuSable Valley in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling.

Matt Jolicoeur added a 207-244-613 triple for the Cougars, while Kyle Sebert rolled a 223 game and Joey Robert a 218.


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Josh Taylor paced the Sentinels with a 235-212-620 triple. Jimmy Provost added a 222 game and 546 set.

Brianna Smith’s 174 game and 465 series, and Madison Dumas’ 172 game and 448 triple led the NCCS girls to a 4-0 sweep.

Marissa Prentiss tossed the high scores for the Patriots with a 163 game and 393 series.

Boys

NCCS 6, AuSable Valley 4

NCCS- Kokes, 241-244-233-718; Wyatt, 178; Jolicoeur, 207-244-613; Sebert, 197-223-572; Robert, 170-181-218-569; Sterling, 168; Furman, 171; Lapierre, 174-198-531; Frenya, 183.

AVC- Ano, 175; Taylor, 235-173-212-620; Provost, 222-179-546; Lacy, 166; McDonald, 204; Light, 185; Coolidge, 171; Martineau, 175-200-525; Preston, 194-204-532.

Girls

NCCS 4, AuSable Valley 0

NCCS- Dumas, 158-172-448; J. Gosselin, 165; Smith, 158-174-465.

AVC- Malskis, 159; Prentiss, 163-393.

B’town 10, Plattsburgh 0

B’town 4, Plattsburgh 0

PLATTSBURGH — Matt Corrow fired a 213-247-258-718 series at North Bowl Lanes to help lead the first-place Beekmantown boys.

Ryan Douglas added a 232-264-687, Matt Dwyer a 205-220-247-672, Dennon Walantus a 217-245-654, Andrews Roberts a 203-214-236-653, and Ryan Munson a 211-237-625 as the Eagles had six bowlers with 600 series or better.

Josh Shaffer was a standout for the Hornets with a 234-234-244-712 series, while Nick Dodd added a 213 game and 589 triple.

The first-place Beekmantown girls also recorded a sweep as Paedyn Mattioli led the way with a 213 game and 567 series, Harley Wells a 234 game and 557 triple, and Taylor Lavalley a 191 game and 512 series.

Brooke Marbut’s 171 game and 475 triple were the high scores for Plattsburgh High.

Boys

Beekmantown 10, Plattsburgh 0

PHS- Marbut, 205-538; LaDuke, 187; Hill, 169; Dodd, 213-589; Shaffer, 234-234-244-712; Fox, 173.

Beek- Dwyer, 205-220-247-672; Corrow, 213-247-258-718; Roberts, 203-214-236-653; Munson, 211-237-625; Douglas, 232-264-687; Walantus, 217-245-654; Baker, 236-530; Delisle, 226-565; St. Denis, 196-532.

Girls

Beekmantown 4, Plattsburgh 0

PHS- Shaffer, 151; Marbut, 171-475; Parrotte, 147; Rohrig, 146-419.

Beek- Lavalley, 191-512; Manning, 176-467; Agoney, 170-467; Wells, 234-557; Mattioli, 213-567.

Saranac 8, Willsboro 2

Willsboro 4, Saranac 0

PLATTSBURGH — Lance Baker Defayette rolled a 188 game and 472 series as Saranac B won all four points to lead the Chiefs’ boys to an overall win.

Dalton Exford added a 204 game and 522 triple, and Chris Falls a 202 game and 512 set for the Chiefs.

The high series of the match was turned in by the Warriors’ Dakoda Latford, who tossed a 212-208-590 triple.

Gabi Yeager rolled a 486 series, Alyson Arnold a 467 and Kaitlyn Arthur a 217 game and 450 as the Willsboro girls swept their way to a win.

Katie Downey’s 169 game and 437 series were high for Saranac.

Boys

Saranac 8, Willsboro 2

Wills- Bridge, 168-161-469; Latford, 212-170-208-590; Steeves, 158.

Sar- Exford, 172-204-522; DuBray, 176; C. Fall, 202-512; Baker Defayette, 188-472; Beauharnois, 158.

Girls

Willsboro 4, Saranac 0

Wills- Arthur, 217-450; Yeager, 152-170-164-486; Arnold, 166-154-467.

Sar- Downey, 169-437.

Peru 7, Moriah 3

Peru 4, Moriah 0

PLATTSBURGH — Abby Boudrieau rolled her first-ever 200 game and finished with a 196-200-520 series to lead the Peru girls to their shutout at North Bowl Lanes.

Karri Kusalonis added a 201 game and a 487 triple for the Indians, while Morgan Reyell chipped in with a 477 series.

Nikki French’s 177 game and 417 triple led the Vikings.

In the boys’ match, Jonathan Bowman tossed a 202-208-248-658 series to power Peru to its win.

Cole Cragle added a 213 game and 561 triple for the Indians, and Kyle Mendofik finished with a 190-197-560 set.

The high scores for Moriah included a 187 game and 485 series from Dillon Adkins.

Boys

Peru 7, Moriah 3

Mor- Adkins, 187-176-485; Gangi, 175-460; Benton, 175-449; Petro, 182.

Peru- Bowman, 202-208-248-658; Cragle, 213-174-174-561; Mendofik, 190-197-560; St. Germaine 203-487; Tuller, 177-454; Clark, 167-464.

Girls

Peru 4, Moriah 0

Mor- French, 143-177-417.

Peru- Boudrieau, 196-200-520; Kusalonis, 201-168-487; Reyell, 171-166-477; Bushey, 176-456; Whitney, 163-447.

 

 

 

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