Tioga County Sports Report
VESTAL - Tyler Taft and Cole Dalton would lead the Owego boys while Abby Shirley and Hayley Classen paced the Indian girls at the STAC Bowling Championships held at Midway Lanes Monday afternoon.
Shirley and Classen tied for eighth place in the girls tournament, each rolling a 447 series. Shirley's high game of 181 would be good for fifth place as well. The girls team finished ninth with an 1858.
Shirley opened with a 181, and also had 144 and 122 for a 447, and Classen had a 135, 146 and 166 for her 447. Hayley Stephens contributed a 115, 121 and 113 for a 349; Lillie Carrigan-Bauer shot 110, 82 and 83 for a 278; Victoria Reigle added games of 103 and 142, and Maylee Henning had a 92.
Meanwhile, Taft scored a 581 series to place 11th in the boys tourney while Dalton's 226 was the ninth best single game. Owego would place both as a team with a 2548.
Taft shot 208, 173 and 200 while Dalton had a 203 and 121, giving him a 550 series. Qwinten Adams rolled 211, 196, 157 for a 564 series; Gabe Avery shot 149-180-202 for a 531. Nate Travis added a 102-120 and Levi Stanton had a 100 game.
It was the final match for the senior trio of Shirley, Classen and Avery.
"While I wish we had scored better, I'm very proud and thankful for all the work that these seniors have put in during their tenure with the O-A bowling program," Owego head coach Chris Schmidt said. "I wish Abby, Hayley, and Gabe the best of luck in the future."
Corning won the varsity boys team title with a 3208 and Elmira took the girls championship with a 2948.
The Hawks' Derik Lisi was the top boy with a 257-737 and Windsor's Linsey Anders was the top girls with a 258-691.
Vestal won the JV boys crown with a 2186 and Corning was No. 1 in the JV girls meet with a 2118.
IN PHOTO: Owego's Tyler Taft.
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