Bowling Scores: January 29, 2014


Better Half, Mixed League
Heat’s Off 59 21
Slackers 46 34
Pin Heads 44.5 35.5
Diamonds 43 37
Heat’s On 41.5 38.5
Clueless 41.5 38.5
Ollies 35.5 44.5
BYE 9 71

Men’s High Game
Tom Miller 243, Shannon Frano 240, Ollie McAdams 209
Men’s High Series
Tom Miller 629, Shannon Frano 595, Bob Erickson 561
Women’s High Game
Kayla Gavette 179, Susan Wixon 175, Lela Davis 162
Women’s High Series
Susan Wixon 493, Kayla Gavette 475, Lela Davis 462

Organization League, 1/21/14

Team High Game

Bowler hits high score


Drew Frano of Margaretville stands on lanes 7 and 8 at Margaretville Bowl where he rolled the second honor score of his bowling career, a 299.
On Monday, Jan. 13 in the regular Men’s Organization league, Drew had 11 strikes, then ended with nine pins down on his last ball. The United States Bowling Congress recognizes games of 298, 299 and 300 as honor scores. Drew’s other honor score was a perfect 300 game bowled at Saugerties Bowlers’ Club.

Blue Devils stun Stamford with miraculous rally

By John Bernhardt
They are the Delaware League’s Cardiac Kids, a basketball team associated with nail biting, heart thumping, foot stomping hardwood theatrics. In Margaretville’s six DL contests to date, three have been decided on the game’s last possession, two have gone into overtime, and one took two extra periods of play.

Lady Rockets rock Gilboa for a key Delaware League win

By John Bernhardt
It’s forward progress for the Roxbury girls’ basketball team. The Lady Rockets held Gilboa to a single point in the fourth quarter last week Tuesday, coming from behind to edge the Wildcats 41-39. The victory was significant for the young Roxbury team, propelling the Rockets past the Wildcats into second place in the Delaware League’s Mountain Division.

Roxbury boys are game but fall to leaders in hoop action

Roxbury’s boys’ basketball team took on two stiff challenges last week, going on the road to battle both of the Delaware League’s division leaders. Battling for consistency, a struggle for any young basketball team, the Rockets struggled to piece together four quarters of steady play against the DL leaders, Gilboa and Davenport.

Bowling Scores: January 22, 2014


Better Half, Mixed League
Heat’s Off 56 20
Slackers 42 34
Diamonds 42 34
Pin Heads 41.5 34.5
Heat’s On 41.5 34.5
Clueless 39 37
Ollies 34 42
BYE 8 68

Bowling Scores: January 15, 2014


Better Half, Mixed League
Heat’s Off 52 20
Diamonds 42 30
Slackers 41 31
Heat’s On 39.5 32.5
Pin Heads 38.5 33.5
Clueless 37 35
Ollies 31 41
BYE 7 65

Men’s High Game
Craig Westerfeld 224, Shannon Frano 214, Greg Montminy 206
Men’s High Series
Craig Westerfeld 595, Mike Maxim 577, Shannon Frano 553
Women’s High Game
Sharon Gavette 192, Debbie Westerfeld 190, Maria McAdams 177, Susan Wixon 177
Women’s High Series
Maria McAdams 510, Debbie Westerfeld 493, Sharon Gavette 484

Organization League, 1/7/14
The Ice Bar 7 1
H. Fairbairn 6 2

Charlotte Valley Wildcats hold off Devils to tighten league hold


By John Bernhardt
The Charlotte Valley Central School gymnasium is a tough basketball venue for local boys basketball teams to visit in any given year. Travel to Davenport when legendary coach Lee Fisher has an undefeated basketball team, and the Wildcat hardwood transforms into “The Pit.” That was the case last week in a key Delaware League contest when Fisher and his Wildcats unleashed a suffocating defense to smother Margaretville, 38-31.

Local players among the top basketball scorers


By John Bernhardt
As the New Year rolls in, a chunk of the 2013-14 high school basketball season is already behind us. Enough games have been played for trends and patterns to emerge and divisional races to start taking shape. A review of the area’s basketball scoring board is a good indicator of what players have been making some noise on the offensive side of the hardwoods.

Top spots in boys’ Delaware League hotly contended

By John Bernhardt
Up is down and down is up in Delaware League boys’ basketball this winter. The decade-long standings have shifted with new faces battling for room in Upper and Mountain Division races.
With at least five schools vying for top honors in the league, and several others trying to elbow their way into the hardwood conversation, local basketball fans have a virtual smorgasbord of “big game” choices sprinkled across the schedule almost every night of the season.

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