Hayes leads way for bowling team in loss to FE

W hitehall’s bowling team fell to Fort Edward 4-0 on Jan. 2.

The Flying Forts points total was more than 1,300 pins higher than Whitehall’s.

Adam Hayes led the way for the Railroaders with 487 series. Eleni Tyrell rolled a 380, Brent Williams a 338, and Steven Gosselin a 332.

The Railroaders (0-44) have yet to win a match this season but will have a chance tonight in a home match versus Stillwater and next Tuesday when they host North Warren.

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