The Penn Yan bowling team had a trio of contests last week as they saw action against Geneva, Wayne, and Newark. The boys took wins in all three matches while the girls defeated Geneva and Wayne, but lost to Newark.

Penn Yan Boys 5 Geneva 0

Penn Yan went 5-0 against Geneva. The boys were led by Cameron Bassage who had a 562 series with a high game of 202. Close behind him was Zach Gurba who rolled a 548 series with a high of 201. Connor Harmon had a 535 series with a high game of 185.

Penn Yan Boys 4 Wayne 1

The team won 4-1 against Wayne the day before. Bassage again led the way, this time with a 672 series. All three of his scores were above 200 at 209, 220, and 243. Gurba and Harmon had series of 581 and 580 respectively. Jon Mashewske also had a strong day with a 568 series including a high game of 231.

Penn Yan Boys 4 Newark 1

The Mustangs also went 4-1 versus Newark. Gurba had the high series with a 610. Five other bowlers topped the 500 mark as Harmon (599), Ben Broome (578), Trenton Samaltuski (519), Bassage (514), and Mashewske (506) all scored well.

Penn Yan Girls 5 Geneva 0

On the girls’ side, Penn Yan also went 5-0 versus Geneva. Kari Ayers bowled a 584 series with a high game of 237. Emily Augustine (488), Emilie Thomas (453), and Brandee Ellis (401) also had strong scores.

Penn Yan Girls 4 Wayne 1

Augustine led the way against Wayne for a 4-1 Penn Yan win. She bowled a 529 series with a high game of 189. Ayers also finished over 500 with a score of 522. Thomas (475), Ellis (474), and Aysa Crocker (439) each helped get the win for the Mustangs.

Geneva Girls 4 Penn Yan 1

The team faced a tough Newark squad to begin the week, falling 4-1. Ayers had the high series at 636 bowling games of 233 and 224 on the way to the solid score. Thomas (512) and Ellis (507) finished over 500.

Dundee

The Dundee bowling team came away from a match with HAC 5-0 winners on both the boys’ and girls’ sides.

Dundee Boys 5 HAC 0

Hunter Murphy led the way for the boys with a 507 series that included a 211 game. Stephen Smith (477), Connor Muck (470), and Matthew Pollack (454) all were strong for the Scotsmen.

Dundee Girls 5 HAC 0

For the girls, Jaedyn Brewer led the team with a 462 series with a high game of 165. Mercedez Roy (442) and Edele Morgan (358) also finished well.