Mustang boys roll to second straight sectional crown
The Penn Yan Mustang boy's bowling squad has been one of the most dominant bowling teams in the area this season and has earned the respect of their opponents this season. They easily won the Finger Lakes East League title a couple of weeks back, outscoring every team they played. The Orange and Blue keglers featured a well balanced team of excellent bowlers.
After capturing the league crown, the Penn Yan lanesmen set their sights on their next goa — another Section V championship.
Last Friday they realized this goal too. The Penn Yan boy's team traveled to Gates ATF Lanes in Rochester to compete in this year's Section V tournament. The Mustangs captured their second straight Section V Class C Crown. The Penn Yan bowlers registered a team aggregate score of 6,226 total pins, 140 pins better than second place Newark.
The Mustangs were led by junior Dan Fox. He registered a score of 1,389 pins in his six games. This was the fourth highest total in all of the Section V classes. This superb effort earned Dan Fox a spot on the All-Sectional team and a chance to compete in the State Bowling tournament in Albany.
Penn Yan sophomore Anthony Ottaviano recorded 1,295 total pinson the day, second highest in class C. Penn Yan freshman Pete Fox and junior Derrick Fleischman also bowled well to help propel Penn Yan to the coveted Sectional title.
Dundee boys finish third in Class D
The Dundee boy's team finished in third place in the Class D competition. The Scots recorded an aggregate score of 5,174 for their six games. This was 400 pins behind second place Bloomfield and first place Bishop Kearney. Dundee's Devon Miller continued his superb bowling for the Maroon and White keglers scoring a 1,303 total. His score was the second best total in class D.
Lady Mustangs finish second in Section V Class C tourney
The Penn Yan Lady Mustang bowling team concluded their highly successful 2010-11 campaign with a second place finish in the Section V Class C tournament held at the Gates ATF Lanes on Saturday. The Penn Yan girls recorded a 5,198 aggregate pin total for their six games. They finished 304 pins behind first place first place Greece Odyssey. Shelby Button was Penn Yan's top bowler. She bowled very well all day including a 246 game.
Dundee girls also finish third
The Dundee girl's team also came in third place in Class D. The Lady Scots registered 4,705 total pins, 300 pins behind first place Honeoye and second place Bloomfield. Mary Rainis was Dundee's top bowler with 1,104 total pins. This was the second highest total count in Class D.