December 8, 2021

Cortland boys, girls encounter the Grinch

SCAC Bowling

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The Cortland High boys’ and girls’ bowling teams got nothing but coal as Liverpool posted 3-0 wins Monday over both Purple Tiger teams at Cort-Lanes.

The Cortland girls slip to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the SCAC Empire Division after loss. Liverpool improves to 5-1 in the SCAC Metro Division and overall.

The Purple Tiger boys are 4-4 overall, 2-4 in league play. Liverpool is a perfect 6-0.

Liverpool boys 3, Cortland 0: Liverpool won by team scores of 1,027- 776, 979-764 and 920-838.

Jake Keep set the pace for Cortland with his 546 series on scores of 161-181-204. Koby Davis followed with his 483 series after games of 177- 134-172. Cody Wilk rolled his 468 on 149-161-158 and Joe Kane had 446 on 160-153-133. Adam Minnard and David Benjamin combined for a 435 series. Minnard opened with a 129 game. Benjamin followed with scores of 135 and 171.

Zak Ormsby led Liverpool with his 675 series after games of 227-203-245. Josh Wonzens added his 662 series on scores of 231-237-194. Brandon Davis threw a 235 game to open his 595 series and Devin Roberson had a 202 game in the middle of his 542 series.

Liverpool girls 3, Cortland 0: Liverpool claimed all three games by scores of 851-596, 876-767 and 873-762.

Makayla Cotterill rolled her 488 series on scores of 156-165-167 to lead Cortland. Autumn Wells was next with her 463 series after games of 150-168- 145. Jillian Riccardi posted her 373 series on scores of 133-118-122.

Kendall Keep tossed a 116 first game while Allison Oaks also rolled the first game. Calista Van Epps recorded games of 216 and 201 in the second and third games. Victoria Strobeck had a 100 and 127 in the second and third games.

Mackenzie Gill delivered her 639 series for Liverpool after games of 235- 170-234. Ashley Hardy added her 578 on 180-207-191 and Makenzi Ormsby had 550 on 144-227-179.

Cortland will be off until the New Year. The Purple Tigers host Auburn Jan. 2 in SCAC competition at Cort-Lanes with a 3:30 p.m. start time.