NCCS 10, PHS 0
NCCS 4, PHS 0
Matt Jolicoeur, a seventh-grader for the Cougars, was five pins away from recording a 600-series, rolling a 595 (238) as NCCS swept the Hornets Jan. 12.
Joey Robert rolled a 483 series (168) for the boys team, while Katie Hawksby paced the girls team with a 490 series (183) and Janelle Menard added a 485 series (172).
For the Hornets, Kyle Tout led the boys team with a 481 series (174), while Allison Beebe rolled a 417 series (163) for the Lady Hornets.
Peru 9, Saranac 1
Saranc 4, Peru 0
Scott Tinker rolled a 705 series (243) to help the Indians boys bowlers over the Chiefs, while Jade Lakers rolled a 543 series (214) to turn the tables and pick up the win for the Chiefs on the girls side Jan. 14.
James LaDuke rolled a 729 series (279) for the Chiefs, while Ben Alberry added a 669 series (248). Joey Guido rolled a 682 series (244) for the Indians, who also received a 675 series (268) from Kyle Mendofik and a 652 (237) from Jonathan Bowman.
Ashley Rock rolled a 542 series (210) for the Lady Chiefs.
Beekmantown 8, PHS 2
Beekmantown 3, PHS 1
The Eagles were able to roll past the Hornets in both boys and girls matches Jan. 14.
Eric LaBonte rolled a 682 series (248) to pace Beekmantown, with Mike Deyo adding a 660 series (245), Cody watts rolling a 621 series (219) and Andrew Roberts rolling a 618 (245) series. Josh Shaffer led the Hornets with a 672 (235) series.
For the girls, Taylor Lavalley rolled a 645 (231) series to pace the Eagles.
Ti 8, NCCS 2
NCCS 4. Ti 2
Ticonderoga split with Northeastern Clinton in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Jan. 14.