Bowlers drop two

W hitehalllost a pair of bowling matches to Adirondack League foes last Wednesday in a match held inSaratoga.

The Railroaders were swept by Corinth 4-0 and were beaten by Hadley Luzerne 3-1.

Both matches were closer than the scores revealed.

Against Corinth, Whitehall recorded a total pin fall of 2,344 while the Tomahawks rolled a 2,765. 

Richard Tisi rolled a 458 series, Ryan Battease a 449 Deonna Birthiaume a 390, and Shan Beebe a 372.

The match against Hadley was even closer with Whitehall losing by only 20 pins.

Corinth swept the match against Hadley to 8-0 on the day.

The Railroader fared slightly better in a pair of matches held against Lake George and Corinth on Friday but ended up losing both matches 3-1.

James Tisi again the way with a match high 540 series and 222 single game. Birthiaume also bowled well, rolling a 511 series, one of her best performances of the season.

Whitehall will compete in the Adirondack League Tournament in Fort Edward on Jan. 31.

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