Schenectady girls’ bowling team opens season with setback

Kiara Beehm of Schenectady takes a shot during the Patriots' season-starting Suburban Council match with Bethlehem Wednesday at Boulevard Bowl.
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Kiara Beehm of Schenectady takes a shot during the Patriots' season-starting Suburban Council match with Bethlehem Wednesday at Boulevard Bowl.

Madi Robins put together a 625 triple to lead Bethlehem over Schenectady 4-1 in a girls’ Suburban Council bowling match at Boulevard Bowl Wednesday.

Robins had a 265 single as part of her three-game block. Schenectady got a 174-454 from Kiara Beehm in its season opener.

David Squires sparked Schalmont’s 31-1 Colonial Council boys’ win over La Salle with a 300 game and a 779 triple. Sean Howlan and Connor Stoliker added a 248-586 and 245-584, respectively, for the Sabres.

Gloversville began its Foothills Council season with a 3-1 win over Amsterdam. Mark Sgambato anchored Gloversville with a 235-642, and Adrian Dorman checked in with a 225-627. Matt Sawitzki paced Amsterdam with a 226-603, and Kai Brennan had a 224-595.

GIRLS

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

BETHLEHEM 4, SCHENECTADY 1

B (2,702) – Robins 265-625, Rebhun 213-512. S (2,471) – Beehm 174-454, Wolf 159-453.

BOYS

COLONIAL COUNCIL

SCHALMONT 31, LA SALLE 1

S (3,553) – Squires 300-779, Howlan 248-586, Stiloker 245-584.  L (2,282) – Bombard 200-544.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

GLOVERSVILLE 3, AMSTERDAM 1

G (3,474) – Sgambato 235-642, Dorman 225-627, Griffiths 212-585, Loveless 230-585. A (3,362) – Sawitzki 226-603, Brennan 224-595, Curry 228-591, Wolf 219-555.

 

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