Bowling team swept by Granville, Corinth

W hitehall’s bowling team fell to 0-24 on the season after being swept by Granville and Corinth last week.

Granville defeated Whitehall by more than 500 pins last Tuesday.
Patrick Loomis led all bowlers with a 529 series.

Deonna Berthiaume paced Whitehall with a 390 series and Eleni Tyrell rolled a 367.

The following day, Whitehall traveled to Corinth where they were bested by more than 800 pins.

Tyrell led the Railroaders with a 404 series; Berthiaume rolled a 356 and Matt Ausin and Austen Laubach both broke 300.

Whitehall will host Lake George tonight at 4:15 p.m.

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