Dunkirk girls capture sectional crown
CHEEKTOWAGA — The Dunkirk girls bowling team proved it was the best in Section VI.
The Marauders won their third straight Class C championship Wednesday at Thruway Lanes.
But this time, Dunkirk turned in the top overall score across the entire section.
The Marauders rolled games of 905, 853, 879 and 936 for a team total series of 3,479.
“Unfortunately for the second year, these ladies cannot defend their state title due to COVID-19,” Dunkirk coach Donna Kubera said. “But with that in mind, they are still reigning state champs.”
Dunkirk’s Rachel Glowniak was the top bowler in the tournament with games of 218, 189, 255 and 202 on her way to a series of 864.
The Marauders’ Olivia Corbett was 10th with a 173-148-174-185-680 and Makayla Pasierb was 14th with a 179-143-152-186-660.
“This win tops off an absolutely outstanding career for Dunkirk’s three seniors — the three amigos — Olivia, Makayla and Rachel,” Kubera said. “I have been one of the most blessed coaches ever to have coached such wonderful young ladies.”
Dunkirk’s Summer Clark was 16th with a 165-171-144-179-659, Tayler Skelly was 17th with a 139-180-154-184-657 and Hayden Cerrie was 30th with a 170-165-126-153-614.
“My returning underclassmen have some very big shoes to fill,” Kubera added, “but I believe they are up for the challenge.”
Falconer won its first ever Class D title with games of 700, 707, 722 and 726 en route to a 2,855, and finished eighth in Division 2.
Hannah Cross led the Golden Falcons with a 173-162-140-152-627 and Amelia Sprague had a 137-154-141-177-609. Rachel Himes followed with a 144-130-117-151-542, Kaitlyn Swan rolled a 107-125-152-139-523, Lucinda Patterson had a 139-118-160-99-516 and Rachael Wallace had a 99-136-129-107-471.
Fredonia was seventh in Division 2 and in Class C with a line score of 679-757-739-771-2,946.
Gillian Reed paced the Hillbillies with a 157-165-150-171-643.
Frewsburg was second in Class D and 10th in Division 2 with a linescore of 679-649-607-690-2,625.
Katelyn Bean led the Bears with a 179-186-115-177-657.
Individually, Silver Creek’s Emily Barlette-Dye won the Class D crown with a 131-218-189-191-729 and finished fourth in Division 2. Gowanda’s Cameron Nagel was second in Class D with a 150-170-193-147-660.
Gowanda was third in Class D and 12th in Division 2 with a 590-637-625-503-2,355. Forestville was fourth in Class D and 13th in Division 2 (398-428-467-482-1,775) and Salamanca was fifth in Class D and 14th in Division 2 (572-623-549-1,744).
Jamestown was ninth in Class A and 15th in Division 1 with a 284-332-387-305-1,308.
Jamestown (9th): 284-332-387-305-1,308–Abbie Derby 147-179-214-160-700; Addison Cappalino 137-153-173-145-608
Dunkirk (1st): 905-853-879-936-3,573–Rachel Glowniak 218-189-255-202-864; Olivia Corbett 173-148-174-185-680; Makayla Pasierb 179-143-152-186-660; Summer Clark 165-171-144-179-659; Tayler Skelly 139-180-154-184-657; Hayden Cerrie 170-165-126-153-614
Fredonia (7th): 679-757-739-771-2,946–Gillian Reed 157-165-150-171-643; Erin Schrantz 156-147-124-167-594; Savannah Salim 131-167-136-154-588; Ashleigh Hellwig 121-118-179-152-570; Julianna Glowniak 110-160-150-123-543; Eva Wong 114-97-110-127-448
Falconer (1st): 700-707-722-726-2,855–Hannah Cross 173-162-140-152-627; Amelia Sprague 137-154-141-177-609; Rachel Himes 144-130-117-151-542; Kaitlyn Swan 107-125-152-139-523; Lucinda Patterson 139-118-160-99-516; Rachael Wallace 99-136-129-107-471
Frewsburg (2nd): 679-649-607-690-2,625–Katelyn Bean 179-186-115-177-657; Jocelyn Estabrook 164-127-133-134-558; Jasmine Estabrook 135-135-114-143-527; Cloey Linn 105-98-139-117-459; Alyssa Colburn 96-103-105-119-423; Sydney Golden 70-83-106-72-331
Gowanda (3rd): 590-637-625-503-2,355–Cameron Nagel 150-170-193-147-660; Demetra Spire 107-158-125-123-513; Paige Szalay 138-114-115-139-506; Sierra Twoguns 111-93-98-93-395; Cami Clark 84-102-94-94-374
Forestville (4th): 398-428-467-482-1,775–Lilly VanArsdale 140-131-170-176-617; Dakota VanArsdale 144-161-145-157-607; Aspen VanArsdale 114-136-152-149-551
Salamanca (5th): 572-623-549-1,744–Alicia Fiske 115-131-153-399; Maeghan Collins 106-145-121-372; Faith Brown 137-136-83-356; Grace Hodara 118-106-82-306; Caterina Huff 67-105-110-282; Camryn Quigley 96-87-76-259
Silver Creek (Incomplete)–Emily Barlette-Dye 131-218-189-191-729; Laneya Olsen 128-170-153-146-597