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ESM’s Piston leads state girls bowling field

Spartans star shots six 200-plus games

— As for Miller, she put up games of 226 and 231 in the morning as part of a 641 series, but tailed off in the afternoon, only getting above 200 once (205) as she settled into 21st place in 1,164, behind Peterson (1,190) but ahead of LaClair (1,091).

While all this was going on, ESM’s Sean Gavan was part of the boys Section III All-Star team that was eighth in the morning session, but improved to fourth place by the end of the tournament with a pinfall of 6,427. Section XI (Suffolk County, Long Island) won with 6,804.

Gavan finished 26th among individual bowlers. He had games of 194, 222 and 180 in the morning session, but roared to a 251 in the fourth game, and closed with 200 and 183 for an average of 205 and a pinfall of 1,230.

J.J. West (Henninger) led the Section III boys All-Star squad, finishing fourth with a pinfall of 1,374. Matt Clemons (Oswego) was seventh, with 1,352, while Ben Loughlin (Utica Proctor) got 18th place in 1,263.Ilion’s Jimmy Allen, in 34th place (1,177), and Whitesboro’s Brandon Zaleski, in 52nd place (1,072), finished behind Gavan.

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