Bowlers off to solid start

W hitehall’s bowling team is off to a strong start after the team won its first two matches of the season.

Whitehall opened the season on the road with a wins against North Warren and Hadley-Luzerne.

The Railroaders defeated North Warren on Nov. 29 3-1 and following that with another 3-1 decision over Hadley Luzerne last Thursday.

In each match, Whitehall was paced by seniors James Tisi.

Against North Warren last Tuesday, James had a high game of 245 en route to a 658 series. His brother, Richard rolled a 418 series while Shan Beebe rolled a 426 series, including a 172 high game.

Gabbrielle Vaisey led North Warren with a 484 series.

For the match, the Railroaders total pin fall was 2,515 to North Warren’s 2,403. 

Later in the week, James Tisi was back at it, rolling a 191 high game on his way to a 500 triple to lead Whitehall past Hadley Luzerne. 

Richard Tisi rolled a 402 series, Deonna Berthiaume recorded a 388 series and Ryan Battease registered a 337 series as Whitehall knocked down 2,291 pins to Hadley’s 2,175.

Frank Mosher led way for Hadley with a 420 series.  

On Tuesday the Railroaders held their home opener against Fort Edward on the lanes at Elks Lodge 1491.

The Railroaders lost to Fort Edward as the pushed their record to 12-0

Berthiaume led the 6-6 Railroaders with a 457. Battease had a 455. Fort Edward won in total pinfall, 3,054-2,530.

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