Schools: Saratoga Springs’ Jennings rolls 300 in boys’ bowling win

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Brady Jennings produced a 300 game to highlight a win Tuesday for the Saratoga Springs boys’ bowling team, which defeated Schenectady 32-0 in a Suburban Council matchup. 

Jennings had a 784 series, while teammate Luke Rupp produced a 234-608. For Schenectady, Chris Raffin had a 131-346.

Tyler Bogholtz produced a 300 game in Columbia’s 29-3 win against CBA. Bogholtz had a 679 triple, while CBA’s Angelo Galosoro had a 237-674.

Guilderland defeated Bethlehem 29.5-2.5. Leading Guilderland in the matchup were Tim Bush with a 235-638 and Jayson Capullo with a 236-609. Eric Retajczyk added a 244-600, as Guilderland outpinned Bethlehem 3,471-2,765. For Bethlehem, Gavin Martin delivered a 236-579.

Aiden Deitz had a high series of 655 and Aidan Cardany had a high game of 277 to lead Colonie to a 21-11 win against Troy. For Troy, Olivia DeCitise registered a 268-689.

Averill Park won 28-4 against Ballston Spa. For Averill Park, Jacob Kellar had a 267-687 and Evan Coon contributed a 258-614.

In Colonial Council action, Lansingburgh defeated Mohonasen 18-14. Lucas Koster produced a 636 series and Mohonasen’s Anthony Giso had a 618.

Cohoes won 27-5 against Voorheesville. Jack Popow had a 245-693 for Voorheesville, while Cohoes received a 224-595 from Jackson Felt.

Hoosick Falls won 5-0 against Hoosic Valley in a Wasaren League match. Hoosick Falls’ Colin King led all bowlers with a 279-653, while Leigha Henkel’s 224-627 led Hoosic Valley.

JONES LEADS MOHONASEN BOWLERS

In Colonial Council girls’ bowling, Mohonasen topped Lansingburgh 29-3. Madyson Jones led the way in the win with a 246-619, while Kianna Macapinlac added a 242-584 and Kat Gaudio contributed a 199-525. For Lansingburgh, Arianna Dingley produced a 204-534.

Columbia defeated Niskayuna 30-2 in Suburban Council girls’ bowling. Lily Brown had Columbia’s high game with a 226. For Niskayuna, Lily Chenevert registered a 158-425 and Kate Markrin produced a 146-418.

Schenectady picked up a 25-7 win against Averill Park. Kaylee Beehm had a 233-548 in the win, while Ashley Wolf produced a 190-547 and Shane’ Terry had a 180-537. Averill Park received a 225-507 from Laney Brown.

Ballston Spa won 23-9 against Saratoga Springs. Kennedy Barker had a 243-668 for Ballston Spa, while Taylor Russell added a 240-573. For Saratoga Springs, Isabel Bynes had a 208-505.

Colonie defeated Bethlehem 27-5.Courtney Peckowitz’s 220-589 led Colonie, which also received a 226-552 from Sage Rysedorph. For Bethlehem, Madi Robbins had a 200-589 and Amanda Buick recorded a 203-539.

MECHANICVILLE TOPS BETHLEHEM

In a non-league game, Mechanicville outlasted Bethlehem 55-54 in overtime. For Mechanicville of the Wasaren League, Colin Richardson produced a game-high 22 points, Fenwick Egan had 11 and Joseph DeVito added 10. Logan Yohe led Bethlehem with 15 points. Mechanicville, a Class B program, trailed 14-10 after one quarter and 36-34 after three quarters before rallying for the victory against its Class AA foe.

Schoharie defeated Sharon Springs 65-26. Matt Bernhardt led the way in the win with 14 points, while Dan Bernhardt and Andrew Martin each added 10 for a team that had 10 different players score. For Sharon Springs, Brady Law had a team-high 13 points. Schoharie led 37-7 at halftime.

In a non-league game between Suburban Council program, Columbia won 53-40 against Averill Park. Henry Heeps led the way in the win with 18 points. For Averill Park, Dan Coiteux scored a game-high 19 points.

Hudson Falls secured a 52-40 win against Fonda-Fultonville. Peyton Smith had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the win. 

MAYFIELD CRUISES

The Mayfield girls’ basketball team registered a 59-21 non-league win against North Warren. In the victory, Mayfield scored 20 points in the first quarter and held North Warren to 11 through the third. Cloey Dopp scored a game-high 26 points, nine of which came on 3-pointers in the first quarter. Brooke Iannuzzi added 16 points for Mayfield, which also received nine from Kelsey Meca.

Averill Park topped Columbia 7-041. Amelia Wood led Averill Park with 21 points.

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