Beekmantown boys take third at bowling championships

BABYLON — The Beekmantown boys, led by Ryan Douglas, made the biggest noise for Section VII and the NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships held over the weekend at Babylon Lanes.

In the boys’ team champion division, the Eagles finished third out of 10 sections.

Section VI’s Frontier won the competition with a 5987 total, followed by Section II’s Mohonasen in second at 5651, and Beekmantown third with a 5531.

Douglas had an outstanding tournament as he finished second in the team division with a 1317 total for six games, which figured out to a 219.5 average. Frontier’s Chad Mee took first with a 224.33 average.

Douglas also rolled the high game in the division with a 279 on the way to a 237-222-279-738 series in his first of two shifts.

Teammate Ryan Munson added a 227 game, which was 11th overall. Munson averaged 181.66 and James St. Denis 180.60 for Beekmantown.

Meanwhile, the Beekmantown girls, led by Paedyn Mattioli excellent tournament, finished in eighth place with a 4962 6-game total. East Islip won the competition with a 5632.

Mattioli tossed a 570 for her first series and followed that up with a 615, including a 234 game.

Her 1185 total and 197.50 average ranked third overall, trailing only Section II’s South Colonie’s Amanda Chrzanowski’s 1318 and Section VIII’s Sewanhaka’s Rebecca Gotterbarn’s 1273 total.

Mattioli’s 234 game was seventh overall in the girls’ team division.

Harley Wells averaged 163.5 and Sara Munson 162.33 for Beekmantown.

It didn’t go as well for the Section VII boys’ and girls’ all-star teams. The local girls finished 11th, while the boys were eighth.

For the boys, Peru’s Jonathan Bowman had a 196.66 average for six games, while Northeastern Clinton’s Joey Robert followed with a 192.83 average. Robert’s 630 series was high for Section VII, while Bowman added a 610, including a 268 game. The 268 was the third-highest game among the all-star boys.

Leading the way for the Section VII girls’ all-stars were Willsboro’s Gabrielle Yeager with a 167.83 average for her six games and Ticonderoga’s Cassidy McKee with a 162.0 average.

NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships
Babylon Lanes
March 1-2

Girls’ team sectional champions

1, East Islip, 5632. 8, Beekmantown, 4962.

Beekmantown bowlers

Alyza Agoney, 160-144-157-461; 166-131-297; Paedyn Mattioli, 174-195-201-570; 191-234-190-615; Sara Munson, 169-136-159-464; 199-156-155-510; Cheyenne Reeves, 147-159-146-452; 170-152-322; Riley Watts, 144-146-290; Harley Wells, 151-154-181-486; 156-168-171-495.

Girls’ all-section champions

1, Section III, 5772. 11, Section VII, 4555.

Section VII bowlers

Abbey Boudrieau, 113-148-143-404; 137-110-160-407; Jeanette Coon, 179-124-136-439; 95-132-152-379; Karri Kusalonis, 92-136-122-350; 160-155-145-460; Cassidy McKee, 127-144-202-473; 153-182-164-499; Cheyanne Tuthill, 141-105-137-383; 118-124-165-407; Gabrielle Yeager, 171-157-168-496; 176-206-129-511.

Boys’ team sectional champions

1, Fontier, 5987. 3, Beekmantown, 5531.

Beekmantown bowlers

Matt Corrow, 214-187-154-555; 138-177-315; Austin Delisle, 186-168-354; 202-128-186-516; Ryan Douglas, 237-222-279-738; 156-181-242-579; Ryan Munson, 227-192-172-591; 152-201-146-499; James St. Denis, 171-187-358; 196-179-170-545; Dennon Walantus, 169-174-343; 138.

Boys’ all-section champions

1, Section XI, 6069. 8, Section VII, 5570.

Section VII bowlers

Jonathan Bowman, 178-164-268-610; 204-159-207-570; Chris Fall, 158-145-167-470; 176-177-180-533; Matt Jolicoeur, 181-195-189-565; 177-198-171-546; Mike McDonald, 147-135-180-462; 186-190-181-567; Kyle Mendofik, 167-160-202-532; 179-163-140-482; Joey Robert, 172-187-168-527; 214-230-186-630.