Bowlers shut out in pair of matches

T he Whitehall varsity bowling team was shut out in a pair of matches last week as the team struggles to regain its early season form.

The Railroaders fell to Stillwater and Hoosick Falls with identical 4-0 scores on Dec. 20 and 21.

Despite a 616 series and a 243 high game from James Tisi, Whitehall was blanked by Stillwater who was led by Charlie Dyer’s 576 series.

The Warriors had 2,996 total pins to Whitehall’s 2,320.

Richard Tisi rolled a nice series for Whitehall with a 506 in the match.

The following day, Whitehall traveled to Barbecue Lanes for a match against a powerful Hoosick Falls team who shot Whitehall by more than 900 pins, 3,581 to 2,605.

Hoosick Falls was paced by Josh McCourt who rolled a 697 triple and a 279 high game.

Richard Tisi led Whitehall with a 233 high game and 609 series.

James Tisi (203, 532), Travis Edmunds (130, 425) and Deonna Berthiaume (130, 368) all had good games for the Railroaders.

Whitehall has struggled after a starting the season with convincing wins over North Warren and Luzerne. The team will try and get back on track against rival Granville on Jan. 3.

 

 

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