Weekly Feature

2018-01-11 / Sports

West boys bowling wins one of first two matches after break

West Seneca West’s boys bowling team picked up a 4-3 split in its first two matches of 2018, bouncing back from a tough 6-1 loss to Orchard Park on Jan. 3 by shutting out Frontier the next afternoon, 7-0.

Bryan Hill led the way for West against Frontier with his 223-629 set.

Upon returning from the Christmas break, the West Seneca West boys bowling team took on two tough opponents back to back. Connor Nowak chipped in with a 212-610 set, followed by Spencer Guise’s 209-608 series. Carson Guise rolled a 245-606 set, while Noah Tojek chipped in with a 220-592 set.

Zach Powers rolled a 223-573 series for the Indians, who came out of the gate quickly with a 922 series in the first game against Orchard Park but couldn’t maintain that momentum the rest of the way.

Guise paced the Indians against the Quakers with his 233-649 set, followed by Nowak’s 240-645 set. Kyle Ziemba chipped in with a 247-620 set, while Guise added a 225-587. Bryan Hill recorded a 223-579 set, while Powers and Evan Fanara contributed 216 and 201 high games, respectively.

West was hoping to exact revenge over the Quakers in Monday’s rematch, but information about that contest – other than the final score being identical to the first meeting – was not available at press time. The Indians resume play this afternoon against Lancaster and then open next week with an appearance at the Dave Roethel Tournament in Gates on Monday.

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