In bowling, both of Penn Yan’s teams are forces to be reckoned with several dominant wins.


Girls’ bowling


Penn Yan 5 Bloomfield 0


The girls’ varsity bowling team defeated Bloomfield 5-0, with a total pin count of 2,333 to Bloomfield’s 1,607 Jan. 6. Anella Tillman had the night’s high series of 559 (199,183,177). Andy Kniffin rolled a 549 series with the night’s high game of 219. Brandee Ellis had a 444 series (149,121,174).


Penn Yan 5 Wayne 0


Penn Yan’s girls’ varsity bowling team swept Wayne with a pin count of 2,256 to 2,023 Jan. 7. Brandee Ellis had the night’s highest series of 473 (144, 158, 171). Anella Tillman and Mckelvie Jensen each had a 463 series, with Tillman rolling games of 153, 166 and 144 and Jensen rolling a 145, 176 and 142.


Dundee 4 Bloomfield 1


The Dundee girls’ team beat Bloomfield 4-1, with a total pin count of 1,955 to 1,697 Jan. 7.


Sam Hunt had the night’s high series of 408 (131, 159, 118). Edele Morgan rolled a 400 series (166, 117, 117), which included the night’s high game of 166. Kayla Andrews rolled a 389 series (149, 119, 121).


Newark 4.5 M. Whitman .5


The Whitman girls’ varsity bowling team fell to Newark with a total pin count of 2,434 to Newark’s 2,712. For Whitman, Kennedy Smith had the night’s high series of 545, while Jane Snaith had the night’s high game of 214. Zoelle Payne rolled a 505 series.


Marcus Whitman 5 Wayne 0


The Wildcats won out over Wayne at Empire Lanes with a total pin count of 2,200 to Wayne’s 1,934 Jan. 8. Kennedy Smith bowled a 506 series with a high game of 180, while Kendall Davis had a 481 series.


Penn Yan 5 Geneva 0


The Lady Mustangs took down Geneva Jan. 9 with a total pin count of 2,418 to 1,917. Penn Yan’s Anella Tillman had both the highest series (562) and highest game (224) of the match. Also for Penn Yan, Andy Kniffin bowled a 550 series with games including a 208 and 201, while Brandee Ellis rolled a 478 series with a high game of 179.


Dundee 5 Naples 0


Dundee swept Naples Jan. 9, with a pin count of 2,068 to Naples’ 1,674. Cheyenne Cummings had the match’s high series of 441 as well as the night’s high game of 194. Sam Hunt had bowled a 413 series (136, 151, 126) and Jaedyn Brewer bowled a 411 series (134, 120, 157).


Boys’ bowling


Penn Yan 5 Bloomfield 0


The Mustangs boys’ varsity bowling team swept Bloomfield 5-0 with a total pin fall of 3,006 to Bloomfield’s 1,887 Jan. 6. Cameron Bassage had the night’s high series of 763 and the night’s highest game, rolling a 277 in his second game. Conner Harmon had a 602 series with a high game of 234. Trevor Harris had a 429 series, rolling games of 198 and 231.


Penn Yan 1 Wayne 4


Penn Yan found defeat against Wayne Jan. 7 with a total pin count of 2,784 to Wayne’s 2,830. Cameron Bassage had a 603 series (210, 214, 179) and Conner Harmon rolled a 569 series (199, 157, 207). Zach Gurba had the night’s highest game overall with a 223.


Bloomfield 4 Dundee 1


The Dundee boys’ team fell to Bloomfield with a total pin count of 1,909 to Bloomfield’s 2,004 Jan. 7. For Dundee, Stephen Smith had a 466 series (150, 147, 169), Austin States had a 426 series (158, 117, 151) and Aaron Bruzda had a 370 series (120, 144, 106).


Newark 5 Marcus Whitman 0


Whitman was defeated by Newark with a total pin count of 2,532 to Newark’s 2,992 Jan. 7. Dom Mangiarelli rolled a 604 series with a high game of 225. Austin King had a 528 series with a high game of 189.


Marcus Whitman 5 Wayne 0


Marcus Whitman beat out Wayne with a close total pin count of 2,779 to 2,747 Jan. 8. Dom Mangiarelli rolled a 629 series, including games of 227 and 209. Nick Lloyd rolled Whitman’s high game of 237.


Penn Yan 5 Geneva 0


The Mustangs dominated Geneva Jan. 9, securing a total pin fall of 2,903 versus Geneva’s 1,473. Ben Broome had the night’s highest series of 610 (239, 184, 187), which also included the match’s highest game. Jon Mashewske bowled a 609 series (194, 214, 201) and Cameron Bassage bowled a 606 series (205, 229, 172).


Dundee 5 Naples 0


Dundee took home a win against Naples at Roseland Bowl Jan. 9, with a final pin count of 1,962 against Naples’ 1,617. Stephen Smith bowled 464 series (121, 196, 147), Justin Keech bowled a 419 series (106, 144, 169) and Aaron Bruzda had a 388 series (156, 128, 104). The high series (508) and game (209) went to Naples’ Justin Green.