A pair of Section 4 teams participated in the team competition of the 2014 NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships held Saturday at Babylon Lanes in Babylon, New York. The Corning boys finished 10th out of 10 teams and the Binghamton girls placed ninth in a 10-team field.
The Hawks rolled an average of 175 per game for a six game series of 5,260; 727 pins behind section 6’s Frontier, which won the event. Corning senior Ben Toby rolled a six game series of 1,101 while teammate Connor LeBarron had a 1,083. Toby also had the team’s high game of the day, rolling a 236 during his first game.
The Binghamton girls threw a 4,873 that comes out to a 162 game average. Julie McNeill rolled both the high game (230), and series 1,080 for the Patriots.
Stephanie Sellitto threw a 973 and Laurie McNeill had a 972. Section 11’s East Islip was the girls champion with 5,632, which was better than all but two of the boys teams.
The championships continue today with the all-star event. It is composed of the top bowlers from every section.