Coop bowling wins CSC championship

CONTRIBUTEDMembers of the Cooperstown bowling team celebrate winning the Center State Conference championship Tuesday, Feb. 11, at King Pin Lanes in Rome.

Cooperstown claimed the Center State Conference bowling championship at King Pin Lanes in Rome on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The league win came two days after the Hawkeyes claimed the Section IV Class C/D championship at Pinorama Lanes in Utica.

Derek Hochbrueckner rolled a the match’s highest game, a 290, for the Hawkeyes and was also one of four players to surpass a 600 series score.

Frank Wilsey led Cooperstown with a 633 series score, Hochbrueckner finished with a 631, Jason Furnari had a 627 and Ethan Lichtman bowled a 619.

Liam Ford was the fifth Hawkeyes bowler, and his best game was a 188 for a series of 548.

The Hawkeyes will compete in the Section III Individual Shootout at King Pin Lanes on Thursday, Feb. 13.

STAC Championship

Oneonta took ninth place in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference Championships at Midway Lanes in Vestal on Monday, Feb. 10.

Parker Stanley secured a team-high game score of 212 with Devon Loucks (206), Anton Jenkins (196), Matt Rigas (190) and Xavier Jenkins (132).

Rigas paced Oneonta with a 528 series score while Loucks was the other Yellowjacket to eclipse 500 with a 513 series.

Anton Jenkins was next with a 450 series score, Stanley secured a 429 and Xavier Jenkins rounded out the Yellowjackets with a 385.

OHS totaled 2,305 pins.

Corning totaled 3,167 pins to take first place, ahead of Maine-Endwell (second, 3,019) and Susquehanna Valley (third, 2,860).

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

Cooperstown Bowling

at Center State Conference Meet at King Pin Lanes

Cooperstown (3,058): Liam Ford 188—548 series; Ethan Lichtman 219—619 series; Jason Furnari 256—627 series; Derek Hochbrueckner 290—631 series; Frank Wilsey 243—633 series.

MONDAY’S RESULTS

Oneonta Bowling

at STAC Championship at Midway Lanes

Oneonta (2,305): Xavier Jenkins 132—385 series; Parker Stanley 212—429 series; Anton Jenkins 196—450; Devon Loucks 206—513; Matt Rigas 190—528 series.

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