Red Raider Bowlers Leaving No Open Frames

The Red Raider boys took home the Colonial Council Championship Tuesday.

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The Red Raider Girls and Boys Bowling teams are rolling as we near seasons end. Both teams picked up victories over Maple Hill on Monday.

Drew McHale led the way with a 757 series on Monday while Allie Carola, Haley Groat, and Erin Mastropietro fired 645, 633, and 610, respectively, as the Red Raiders topped Maple Hill in both contests.

The boys have a makeup match with Voorheesville on Wednesday before turning their attention to the Colonial Council Championship (Feb. 3) and Sectionals on February 11th. The girls (13-1) travel to Saratoga Springs for a non-league match before they focus on the Colonial Council Championship (Feb. 3) and Sectionals (Feb. 6) next week.

Additionally, MHS bowling alum Dean Smith posted a 1,110 to help the Hudson Valley Vikings finish 2nd at the Blue & Orange Classic in Wappingers Falls.

Links to match and tournament recaps and excerpts from the Times Union and Saratogian are listed below.



Mechanicville 28.5, Maple Hill 3.5 >> Allison Carola rolled a 237-217-191-645 to lift Mechanicville to a win Monday. Haley Groat shot a 203-225-205-633 and Erin Mastropietro bowled a 233-173-204-610 for the Red Raiders, who totaled 3,421 pins as a team.



Drew McHale fired a 278-757 three-game set to lead homestanding Mechanicville to a 30.5-1.5 Colonial Council victory over Maple Hill. The Red Raiders totaled 3,636 pins. The Wildcats, who had a total pinfall of 2,879, were paced by Matt Fuller‘s 235-545┬átriple.



Vikings’ bowlers compete

The Hudson Valley men finished second and the women fourth at the Blue & Orange Classic on Saturday in Wappingers Falls. Kevin Lance of Troy (Lansingburgh) led the Vikings with a six-game total of 1,112 while Dean Smith of Mechanicville (Mechanicville High) posted 1,110. Hannah Rock of Waterford (Shenendehowa) led the women (1,145).

In a match last week at Hilltop Bowl in Troy, the women finished first and the men fourth. Megan Rzeszuto of Schenectady (Colonie High) led the women with 668. Andrew Pelton of Troy (La Salle Institute) led the men with 243-691.

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