Jan 07, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
A sign of the Baldwinsville boys bowling team’s overall strength was the way it handled Thursday’s exciting match against Henninger at Thunderbird Lanes.
By far, the biggest individual story was the Black Knights’ Bobby Moro knocking down 12 consecutive strikes in the second game, a perfect 300 game, the fourth for the senior lefty.
Despite this, and despite Moro’s three-game total of 753, B’ville still beat Henninger 2-1, because it had a fair share of individual talent and more depth. Ryan Zbikowski, with a steady 700 series that included a 244 high game, led the hosts as Tim Wavercak sneaked a 267 game into his 648 set.
Meanwhile, the B’ville girls bowlers shut out Henninger 3-0, as Elizabeth Blume led with a three-game total of 489 and Taeler Kuss had a 449 set.
Two days earlier, B’ville split with Rome Free Academy. On the boys side, the Bees beat that other group of Black Knights 2-1, as Ryan Zbikowski rolled a steady 622 series that included a 234 high game. Tim Wavercak added a 592 set.
B’ville lost to RFA by that same 2-1 margin on the girl side, though Annie Peterson posted a 564 series and Taeler Kuss had a 203 game during her 566 set. RFA’s Sarah Foley led both sides with a three-game total of 611.