Patriots take bowling title

Patriots take bowling title


Patriots take bowling title


The Freehold Township boys bowling team won its largest tournament in school history by taking home the Winter Classic title on Saturday at Carolier Lanes.

Fifty teams competed on the boys side, and Freehold Township head coach Josh Orlinsky watched his Patriots get off to a fast start. After their first team game totaled 1,138 pins, the Patriots didn’t look back and finished with a tournament team-high of 3,207 pins. Ocean Township took second place with 3,152 pins.

Freehold Township’s Jimmy Tamai had a standout day, finishing with a 690 series and the third high game of 268. Jason Stern finished with the second high game of the tournament with 277 pins.

Ocean’s Kenny Ryan finished with the second high series with a 742. He bowled a 237 and 248, and added a 257 in his final game. Dan Drum also had a solid day for the Spartans by finishing with a 704 series.

Jackson Memorial’s Mike Ormsby bowled the tournament high series (750) and high game (279).

The Brick girls team continuted its dominant tournament play, winning with a final team total of 3,029 pins. Manchester took second place with 2,815 and Howell finished third with 2,747 pins.

Brick’s Madison Lukosius finished with the second high series of 655. Sydney Scelfo also finished with a 603 for the Lady Dragons.

Manchester’s Julia Ott had the high series (719) and high game of the tournament (290). Jackson Memorial’s Sierra Palmer had the second high game of 245.


CBA won the NJSIAA Non-Public A title with 80 points at the John Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex in Toms River.

The Colts captured the 4×400 meters in 3:25.91. Competing were Mike Pozo, Rob Hart, Clark Mangini and Zack McDermott. CBA won the 4×800 in 8:06.75 behind Stephen Farr, Billy Bragg, Tom Rooney and Mike McClemens.

CBA captured the distance medley in 10:26.81. Crossing the finish line were Bragg, Mike Zupko, Fran Bogan and Jack Boyle. The Colts won the 4×55 shuttle hurdles in 30.90 as Chris Alexander, Pozo, Matt O’Connor and McDermott crossed the finish line.

In girls Non-Public A, St. John Vianney’s Tara Connelly, Monica Heil, Brenna Remick and Courtney Thompson won the distance medley in 12:27.73. Monsignor Donovan’s Katie Weeks won the shot put (34-11 1/2).

St. Rose tied Villa Walsh for first in girls Non-Public B with 52 points.

St. Rose’s Kayla Stacy, Nikki Keefe, Amye Kosinski and Kathleen Dailey won the 1,600 sprint medley in 4:29.86. The Purple Roses’ Aiyeola Aiyenigba won the shot put at 31-8.

In boys Group III, Toms River South won the distance medley in 10:26.05. Speeding to the win were Kyle Kroon, Dallas Medeiros, Brett Michelini and Chris Marco.

Jackson Liberty’s Nick Eckett soared 13-6 for Group III first-place honors in the pole vault. Central Regional’s Jesse Brown won the shot put at 48-2 in Group III

In girls Group III action, Neptune was second in the 1600 sprint medley in 4:16.83. Competing were Kadeem Curtis, Destiny Boynton, Ariana Wilson and Briette Wilson.


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