Ti 7, Willsboro 3
Ti 3, Willsboro 1
Chris Bennett rolled a 632 (259) series for the Sentinels and the boys and girls bowling teams beat the Warriors Jan. 5.
Dakota O'Connor added a 573 (236) series for the Sentinel boys, while Jordan McKee rolled a 474 (168) series for the girls.
For the Warriors, Adam Robare rolled a 526 (191, 191) series and Dakoda Latford added a 483 (207) series for the boys, along with a 490 (186) series from Tyler Bridge.
Gabi Yaeger rolled a 428 (153) series for the girls, with Alyson Arnold adding a 403 (175) series and Emily Mero rolling a high game of 155.
Malone 6, AVCS 4
Malone 4, AVCS 0
Sean Pulsifer rolled a 547 (191) series for the Patriots, who were unable to pull out the match victory over Malone Jan. 5.
For the boys, Jeremy Wood added a 537 (203) series, with Ben Coolidge rolling a 525 (199) series. Charlie Lacy added a high game of 196, with Jimmy Provost rolling a 195 high game, Josh Taylor rolling a 183 high game and Zach Snow rolling a 168 high game.
For the girls, Tonie Cross had a high game of 139, while Katie Holland rolled a 126 high game and Jaylynn Tender rolled a 126 high game.
AVCS 9, Ti 1
AVCS 4, Ti 0
Ticonderoga lost to AuSable Valley in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 7.
AVCS took the boys match, 9-1, as Jeremy Wood rolled a 514 and Josh Taylor a 500 series. Jimmy Provost added a 499 series, with Sean Pulsifer rolling a 464 series and Zach Snow adding a 461 series.
Chris Bennett had a 592 and Dakota O'Connor a 572 for Ti.
AuSable won the girls match, 4-0, behind Jaylynn Tender's 427 set. Katie Holland added a 415 series and Tonie Cross rolled a 412 series in the win.
Jordan McKee had a 477 series for Ticonderoga.