Girls bowling Warriors, Northstars compete in sectional tournament

first_imgKatie Cloonan led the Northstars with a six-game total of 1,003 that put her in 29th place, four spots ahead of Jessaia McGriff, who had a 957 set. Marissa Leone had a 861 series, with Brianna Mabee (830 series) three pins better than Kathryn Artz’s 827 set.The SCAC Metro division regular-season title also proved elusive for Liverpool because, in last Thursday’s first-place showdown against Baldwinsville, it was the Bees getting the best of the Warriors in a 2-1 decision.Hardy had games of 218, 216 and 195 in her 629 series, with Ormsby close behind as she opened with a 239 and earned a three-game total of 610. Gill added a 547 series.B’ville won because it had a bit more depth, Julia Spiech picking up a 582 series (229 high game) and Jenna Spiech earning a 572 set, just ahead of the 523 series from Amelia Ponto and the 486 set from Madison Hass.Liverpool’s boys won 3-0 over the Bees as Zak Ormsby led the way with a steady 650 series that included games of 228, 206 and 216. Devin Roberson had a second-game 236 in his 626 series.Josh Winzens posted a 593 series and 222 high game as Deacon Roberson’s 222 highlighted a 546 set and Brandon Davis had a 221 game. The Bees lost despite a 640 series from Dylan Williams and a 615 set from Tanner Rozyczko that included a 258 opening game.Before all this, C-NS had a league match with West Genesee last Tuesday at Solvay Recreation Alleys, where the Northstars would sweep the Wildcats in a pair of 3-0 decisions.J.J. O’Connell led the C-NS boys by shooting a 572 series capped by a 212 game. Landon Spingler opened with a 223 as part of a 546 series as Kyle Patterson contributed a 497 series.In the C-NS girls’ 3-0 victory, McGriff, shooting a 169 to close out a 475 series, edged the 472 set from Artz as Cloonan had a 437 series and Leone contributed a 430 set.The C-NS girls met Fayetteville-Manlius on Friday at Green Lakes Lanes and the Northstars lost, 2-1, to the Hornets, who were led by Shelby Miner’s 560 series and high game of 198.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Neither would last, the Warriors eventually taking fifth place in Division I (large schools) and fourth place in Class A with 5,045 as RFA, with a score of 5,418, beat Fulton (5,284) for a spot in the March 14-15 state tournament at Strike-N-Spare Lanes.Ormsby’s 1,103 for six games put her 14th among indivdiuals, behind teammate Ashley Hardy, who had games of 201 and 205 and, with a pinfall of 1,134, finished alone in eighth place. Dominique Cimini had a six-game total of 963 and Mackenzie Gill had an 838 for five games.As for Cicero-North Syracuse, it started and finished slowly and, with 4,478, was eighth in Division I and seventh in the Class A standings. Tags: bowlingC-NSliverpoolcenter_img When the top high school girls bowlers in Central New York gathered on Sunday for the Section III championships, Liverpool did not have to travel anywhere.Having the sectional tournament on its home lanes at Flamingo Bowl gave the Warriors a chance to do something special, and for a fleeting moment in the morning session things were promising.Thanks to team totals of 916 and 935 in the first two games, Liverpool stood second behind only Rome Free Academy. What was more, Makenzi Ormsby had the top individual total of those first two games thanks to 244 and 214.last_img read more

Tipp hurlers want Eamon O’Shea to remain at the helm.

first_imgBrian Cody may face sanctions for comments made about referee Barry Kelly.The Kilkenny manager described the awarding of a last minute free against Brian Hogan in the drawn all Ireland final as a “criminal decision” .According to reports today the Central Competition Control Committee are expected to investigate. The Tipperary senior hurlers have called on the County Board to ensure that Eamon O’Shea remains on as manager in 2015.O’Shea was appointed for a 2 year term after the 2013 campaign but is understood to be considering his future as he tries to balance family, work and hurling commitments.Following last weekends All Ireland Final replay defeat to Kilkenny a number of senior players have told County Board chairman Sean Nugent that they want the Cloughjordan native to stay at the helm.last_img read more