Baldwinsville boys bowling sophomore Tanner Rozycko recorded the first 300 game of his high school career Monday at B’ville Sports Bowl, part of a career-best 776 series in the Bees’ 2-1 win over Fayetteville-Manlius.
It didn’t take long in 2019 – seven days, to be precise – for Baldwinsville boys bowler Tanner Rozycko to reach a mark he could not possibly top for the other 358 days of the year.
Rozycko’s 300 game was the highlight of the Bees’ 2-1 victory over Fayetteville-Manlius last Monday at B’ville Sports Bowl, a new career mark for the B’ville sophomore.
In his opening game, Rozycko sent all 12 of his shots through the pocket and converted them for strikes, his 300 not a big surprise given that he was already averaging better than 228 per game and had a 278 against Central Square on Dec. 17.
There was no letdown after Rozycko’s perfection, either, as he shot solid games of 234 and 242 to close with a 776 series, topping the 755 he put up in that same Central Square match.
F-M’s Kevin Winschel, who shot his own 300 against West Genesee in December, neared perfection here, too, shooting a 276 game with 10 strikes as part of a 733 set. B’ville’s Dylan Williams shot a 264 game during his 626 series.
Also for the Hornets, Adam Koss had a 596 series and 240 high game, while Dan Fiumara’s 213 game led to a 539 set.
While all this was going on, B’ville’s girls team swept F-M 3-0, led by the steady bowling of Brooke Flask, who shot a three-game total of 568 that included a high game of 195.
Jenna Speich’s 540 series included a high game of 200, with Juila Speich shooting a 203 on her way to a 525 set. Hannah Pinard added a 169 game as Lydia Chase gave the Hornets a 557 series.
Two days later, it was B’ville against West Genesee, and Rozycko didn’t cool off much, getting a 266 game and finishing with a 719 series during the Bees’ 3-0 shutout of the Wildcats.
Despite a 624 series and 244 game from WG’s Ben Conroy, B’ville pulled away thanks to Dylan Love’s 215 game and 533 series, with David Hildreth also getting a three-game total of 533. Dylan Williams put up a 524 series and 203 high game.
Meanwhile, the B’ville girls won their own 3-0 decision behind Flask’s 544 series and 211 high game, just ahead of the Wildcats’ Gina Neri, who had a three-game total of 510.
Jenna Speich had a 200 during her 388 set, and Julia Speich had a 191 game, with Pinard getting a 491 series and 171 high game ahead of Taylor Savage, who stepped up with a 460 series and 189 high game.