Assured of winning marks, the Baldwinsville bowling teams continued to rise up with a sweep of last Thursday's encounters with Cicero-North Syracuse.
The boys Bees shut out the Northstars 3-0 as Tim Wavercak put together a consistent 677 series with a high game of 245. Justin Peterson stepped in with a 664 set and a high game of 240.
Meanwhile, the B'ville girls fought off CNS 2-1. Taeler Kuss, with a three-game total of 597 (high game 212), was just behind the Northstars' Briana Valentine (598 series), but had more help as Annie Peterson notched a 567 series and
Elizabeth Blume rolled a 214 high game on her way to a 557 set.
Before this, each of the B'ville team emerged last Tuesday with quality wins over Utica Proctor, both of them 2-1 decisions.
The girls Bees, in particular, impressed as Annie Peterson was nearly perfect. Peterson rolled a 288 game, the best of her varsity career, as she finished with a 621 series.
Behind her, Cassie Blanchard finished with a 557 series that included a 233 high game, while Samantha Halligan put up a 533 series. Proctor's Katie Szczesniak led her side with a three-game total of 582.
Meanwhile, the B'ville boys won behind the work of Ryan Zbikowski, whose three-game total of 663 included a 249 high game. That overcame the Raiders' Mike Obernesser (655 series, 279 high game) and Nick Trotta (632 series).