The ES-M Boys and Fulton girls won Section 3 Championships and advanced to NYS Finals in Rochester on March 4th. ES-M shot 962 in the 6th game and pulled away from the field, winning by 182 pins over defending champ Homer. Camden finished in 3rd place, followed by Fulton and RFA. With ES-M winning and Homer and Camden finishing in 2nd and 3rd, this is the 1st time that three class B schools finished 1-2-3 in the overall standings.
On the girls side, Fulton held off defending champ Proctor in the 6th game 828-819 and won the tournament by +43 pins. RFA finished 3rd, Auburn and ES-M finished 4th and 5th respectively.
Boys High Game:
- Ryan Maccombie (ES-M) 262
- Andrew Bourgeois (Camden) 255
- Chris Root (Homer) 244
Boys High Series:
- Andrew Bourgeois (Camden) 1334 — 222.33 avg
- Sean Timmons (ES-M) 1225 — 204.17
- Dan Marriott (ES-M) 1189 — 198.17
Girls High Game:
- Meghan Doris (Clinton) 264
- Zoe June (Fulton) 243
- Emily Gerth (Fulton) 240
Girls High Series:
- Meghan Doris (Clinton) 1189– 198.17 avg
- Megan Guernsey (Fulton) 1145 — 190.83
- Zoe June (Fulton) 1131 — 188.50
The Fulton girls have jumped out to a +52 pin lead after 5 games by posting an 899 game. Proctor is in 2nd, RFA drops back to 3rd and trails by 143. www.section3bowling.com/scores
Homer gained ground on ES-M in game 5 by 879-814 margin, but ES-M still leads by 63 pins heading into the final game. www.section3bowling.com/scores
ES-M boys lead by +128 over defending champ Homer. Proctor girls lead in a tight race +5 over RFA and +17 over Fulton. Full stats at www.section3bowling.com/scores
ESM leads the boys division at the midway point with a 2823 pinfall. They finished the morning set with a 1047 game, the only game over 1000 for the day. ESM was led by Sean Timmon’s 663. Defending champ Homer is in 2nd with 2744 and trails by 79 pins.
Defending champ Proctor rolled a 2638 and holds a narrow 7 pin lead over Fulton. Proctor was led by Kaitlyn Moon with 573. Fulton was Megan Guernsey with 625.
For complete results, check out www.section3bowling.com/scores
The Fulton girls rolled a 918 and lead by 36 pins. For the boys, defending champ Homer and ES-M are tied for the top spot with 951. For complete, stats see www.section3bowling.com/scores
We’ll be posting results after each game again this year, provided we can maintain a solid internet connection. Check back often and share the link! http://www.section3bowling.com/scores/ for results. We won’t be posting results until all results are in for the completed game.
Good luck to all the bowlers tomorrow!
The field is set! 45 teams, including the defending champs Homer and Proctor, will take to the lanes this Sunday at Strike-N-Spare lanes. The tournament will start at 9am. The facility will open for spectators at 8am. Spectator admission charge is $5.00
Entries for the 2017 Section 3 Bowling championships are now being accepted. Some technical issues with the registration platform caused some delays opening up the registration, but those issues have been resolved.
The team championships will take place on Sunday, February 5th at Strike-N-Spare lanes starting at 9am. Coaches and athletic directors were emailed on Friday, January 27th and advised they should complete the online registration form as soon as possible. While many teams may still have regular season matches to complete, they may still enter the tournament as there is no requirement to have completed your regular season.
New this year is a feature that allows coaches to manage their entry online. Coaches will setup a username and password when they fill out their entry blank. After submitting their team’s registration, coaches now have the ability to login to the registration system and make changes to their team’s registration. IE: add/remove/change of a player, order additional lunches or t-shirts, etc.
Both boys and girls all star teams finished in 3rd place at the NYSPHSAA State Championships and earned medals. Andrew Kopec (Auburn) finished 3rd overall for the boys with a 1346 6-game pinfall. For the girls, Haley Youker was 2nd overall with a 1249 total.