Jan 21, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
Led again by Anthony Carno and Connor Harrington, the Christian Brothers Academy boys bowling team continued its OHSL title quest.
The Brothers knocked off Fulton 4-0 last Wednesday at Strike-N-Spare Lanes as Carno posted a three-game total of 652, with a 236 high game. Harrington was consistent in his 639 series, not posting a game higher than 218.
A day later, the Brothers turned its attention to Fowler and beat the Falcons 4-0 behind a big day from Harrington, who posted a 723 series with a 268 high game. Carno added a 623 set.
Before this, East Syracuse-Minoa handled Fowler 4-0 as Joe Erardi got a season-best 281 game during his 625 set. D.J. MacCombie’s 620 series included a 268 game. ESM’s girls team beat Fowler 4-0 behind Alyssa Boccardo’s 629 series and 238 high game, as Alysha Buck added a 486 set.
The Spartans maintained that fast pace Thursday with twin 4-0 sweeps of Solvay, as Boccardo remained steady with a 608 series and 224 high game. Christina Episcopo had a 514 set. In the boys match, MacCombie stood out with a 711 series and 267 high game as Erardi also shot a 267 during his 668 set. John Monaghan threw in a 656 series.
Fayetteville-Manlius engaged in a great battle with Utica Proctor, losing a 2-1 decision despite Nick Agrippino’s 691 series and 268 high game. Rick Meyers had a three-game total of 629.
But the Hornets shut out West Genesee 3-0 on Friday as Frank Watson used a 243 game to move his way to a 595 total and Agrippino put up a 576 series. F-M’s girls beat the Wildcats 2-1 as Tricia Miller earned a three-game total of 599.
Bishop Grimes had a 4-0 defeat to Cortland despite Mike Ostaszewski’s 231 game and 591 series, then lost to Fulton 4-0.