The Dunkirk boys and Fredonia girls were victorious over their cross-town rivals Monday in high school bowling.
In the boys' match, Dunkirk won 3-1. Its linescore read 875-844-800-2,519 while Fredonia bowled a 775-919-792-2,486 at Lucky Lanes.
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Fredonia’s Collin Schanzlin gets ready to nail a strike during?Monday’s CCAA?Division 1 boys high school bowling meet at Lucky Lanes.
Dunkirk was led by Alex Kubera's 219-216-597 and E.J. Haase's 177-166. Brandon Haase bowled a 205 and Peter Kubera cracked a 177-169.
The Hillbillies were led by Jake Szymzak's 219. Jeff Rome bowled a 176-174 while Collin Schanzlin hit a 197-180 and Nate Wojtkowiak added a 188.
In the girls' match, Taryn Wojtkowiak cracked a 154-175-473 to lead Fredonia to a 4-0 sweep of Dunkirk.
The Lady Hillbillies combined for a 761-792-807-2,360 while Dunkirk bowled a 735-689-745-2,169.
Maitland Langworthy bowled a 151-170-172-493 and Genna Riddle had a high game of 210 on her way to a 515 sereies.
Morgan Dispense added a 150 game for the winners.
Hannah Schnur paced the Lady Marauders with a 203-185-203-591. Katie Michalski had a 164-437, Adrianna Pencek had a 146 and Mallory Wojcinski had a 148 in defeat.
Gowanda downs Falconer
GOWANDA - The Gowanda bowling teams had impressive performances Monday.
In the boys' match, Gowanda (12-0) handled the Falconer Golden Falcons (1-11), 4-0. Its linescore read 827-960-907-2,694 compared to Falconer's 795-580-659-2,034.
Gowanda was led by Justin Grimm's186-192-195-573 and Brent Bogardus' high game of 235. Zach Gabel added a 200 and Jarred Krajewski finished with a 212 for the winners.
The Golden Falcons were led by Jacob Scott's 181-142-129-452.
In the girls' match, Malyssa Farley's 159-184-171-514 lifted the Lady Panthers to a 4-0 sweep of the Lady Golden Falcons.
Gowanda (8-4) combined for a 743-663-626-2,032 while Falconer (0-12) bowled a 575-549-532-1,656.
Brittanee Stelley and Danielle Lesefske contributed in the win with a 177 and 166 game, respectively.
The Lady Golden Falcons' Jessica Zolunski bowled a 130-139-128-397 while Hanna Wallace finished with a 126-112-141-379.
Forestville girls win,
boys tie with?Silver Creek
SILVER CREEK - Lakeview Lanes was alive with CCAA Division 2 bowling action Monday, with the Forestville girls beating Silver Creek, 3-1, and the boys teams rolling to a 2-2 tie.
The girls teams were the top two squads in the division last year and Forestville (15-1) gained the upper hand with a linescore of 587-641-763-1,991 against Silver Creek's 659-625-644-1,928.
"It was that way last year and it's shaping up to be the same this year," Silver Creek coach Kevin Rice said.
Emily Narraway was the Lady Hornets' top performer with a 224 game and 527 series. Sarah Pleva rolled a 211 game and Emily Dillenburg put together a 507 series.
Silver Creek (15-5) was led by Lizzy Golubski's 199-198-198-595 and Tessa Gibbon's 478 series.
On the boys side, neither team could steal the match as Silver Creek's 801-828-966-2,595 balanced out Forestville's 818-834-889-2,541.
"I think both of these teams will be in the mix (for the division title)," Rice added of the boys. "I think Brocton will be in the mix, too."
Forestville's (12.5-7.5) John Murphy put together the top series with his 202-204-225-631. Teammate Brad Dillenburg rolled a 203-525.
Elliott Martin was the top bowler for Silver Creek (17-3) with a 240 game and 605 series. Tim Manning added a 215 game and 553 series.
The Silver Creek boys team will take on Brocton, Wednesday at Lucky Lanes.
Bulldogs sweep Thunderbirds
CLYMER - The Brocton boys bowling team improved to 14-2 on the season with a sweep of Chautauqua Lake, Monday at Cutting Lanes.
Brocton's line of 833-736-859-2,428 bested Chautauqua Lake's 534-451-523-1,508 for the CCAA Division 2 win.
Taylor Delcamp had the high series of 521 for Brocton with individual games of 184 and 176.
Also performing well for the Bulldogs were Steve Krystofiak (180-171), Cory Crandall (221), Andy Murello (213) and Patrick Bigelow (174).
Dakota Barrows rolled a 144 for the Thunderbirds (0-20).
Chautauqua Lake returns to action Thursday against Frewsburg.