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G ranville’s bowling team swept Whitehall last Tuesday.

Two of Granville’s bowlers topped the 500 mark, as Cole McCullen and Ashleigh Loomis rolled a 523 and 516, respectively.

The sweep was Granville’s first of the season.

On Thursday Granville traveled to Stillwater where it was swept by the Indians.

Two Stillwater bowlers topped 500 and two others were close. Kris Ray rolled a match-high 590.

Loomis led Granville with a 506, Dawson Goodspeed rolled a 487 and Stephen Baker recorded a 469.

Granville wrapped up its regular season against Hoosic Valley.

The Indians were dominant in the match as every bowler topped 520. Charles Cumo rolled a match-high 637.

Richard White led Granville with a 523, Scott Bogard recorded a 444, McCullen a 415 and Baker a 349.

Granville finishes the regular season with an 11-37 record.

The Horde will compete in the league championships today at Broadway Lanes in Fort Edward.



Whitehall Times 10.1.20

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