The Gloversville bowling team posted its second shutout of the week by defeating Foothills Council neighbor Johnstown 4-0 Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Arterial Lanes.
Riley Griffiths rolled a high series of 627, and Lane Daley contributed a 620 series for the Huskies, who had a total pin fall of 3,369. Daley had the high game for Gloversville with a 253.
Noah Barner was the top bowler for Johnstown with a 615 series and a 216 high game.
Gloversville defeated Queensbury 4-0 Monday, Jan. 14, at King Pin. Adam Loveless led the Huskies with a 584 series, which included a high game of 221. Tony Feolele rolled a 548 series for Queensbury.
Four Gloversville bowlers recorded series of 600 pins or more as the Huskies swept South Glens Falls 4-0 Thursday, Jan. 10, in a Foothills Council match at Arterial Lanes.
Adam Loveless led the way with a 712 series and a 266 high game for Gloversville, which held a 3,704-3,316 overall pin fall advantage over South Glens Falls. Loveless also recorded a game of 234 for the Huskies. Continue reading “Foothills Council bowling: Gloversville sweeps all four points from South Glens Falls”
Gloversville took the first two games on its way to a 3-1 victory over Glens Falls in a Foothills Council bowling match Monday, Jan. 7, at Saratoga Bowl.
The Huskies won the first game 1,050-988 and took the second game 1,160-977 to secure the extra point for the match. Glens Falls won the third game 1,003-980. Continue reading “Foothills Council bowling: Gloversville rolls past Glens Falls”
A strong first game and a 1-pin victory in the third game helped Gloversville defeat Schuylerville 3-1 Thursday, Jan. 3, in a Foothills Council bowling match at Saratoga Bowl.
Gloversville won the first game 1,234-1,033 before dropping the second game to Schuylerville by 26 pins – 1,136-1,110. The third game came down to the wire, as Gloversville edged Schuylerville 979-978.
Gloversville’s Derek Taylor led all bowlers with a 611 series, and he rolled the high game of the match with a 230. Adrian Dorman added a 550 series for the Huskies.
Colton Weatherwax led Schuylerville with a 589 series, including a high game of 225. Logan Steele contributed a 556 series for the Black Horses. Continue reading “Foothills Council bowling: Gloversville earns road win against Schuylerville”
Girls basketball teams from five states and Quebec, Canada came to Amsterdam High School to play in the two-day Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase, which began Thursday, Dec. 27.
As the teams played, coaches from numerous Northeastern-based colleges watched to see which players they were interested in. The players, though, were more focused on helping their teams win.
“I think this is good competition for us. That’s what I’m focused on,” said Gloversville’s Harmony Philo, who has already committed to play collegiately at NCAA Division II school Queens College.
“I think if we all work together, good things will come,” added Bethlehem freshman Ava LaClair. Continue reading “Scenes from Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase”
The annual Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase girls basketball tournament takes place Thursday, Dec. 27, and Friday, Dec. 28, at Amsterdam High School.
Seventeen teams from around the Northeast are participating in this year’s tournament, including schools from as far away as New Hampshire, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, as well as one school from Quebec, Canada. Six Section 2 schools are playing: Amsterdam, Bethlehem, Gloversville, Guilderland, Saratoga Springs and Shenendehowa.
The two-day event draws considerable interest from college coaches based around the Northeast. Last year, more than 40 coaches from programs ranging from junior college to NCAA Division 1 attended the showcase. Continue reading “Top girls basketball teams from around the Northeast arrive for Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase”
Four Gloversville bowlers knocked down more than 600 pins apiece in their three games to lead the Huskies to a 3,778-3,357 victory over Broadalbin-Perth Wednesday, Dec. 19, in a Foothills Council match.
Derek Taylor led Gloversville with a 704 series, as he averaged nearly 235 pins per game. Aiden Carter had the high game for the Huskies with a score of 258 and finished with a 685 series. Adrian Dorman (639) and Adam Loveless (608) also had strong performances for Gloversville.
Mike Piska had a 279 game and a 747 series for Broadalbin-Perth.
Riley Griffths had a big evening for Gloversville in a 3,683-3,033 victory over Scotia-Glenville Monday, Dec. 17, in a Foothills Council bowling match.
Griffths rolled a 276 in the second of his three games on his way to recording a 724 series for Gloversville. Derek Taylor bowled a pair of 229 games as part of a 658 series, and Lane Daley added a 636 series.
Ryan Rockwell led Scotia-Glenville with a 222 game and a 581 series.
The Gloversville bowling team improved its match record to 30-6 with a 3,391-3,058 victory over Foothills Council rival Hudson Falls Thursday, Dec. 13.
Riley Griffiths rolled a 237 game and a 221 game during his 655 series to lead Gloversville. Adam Loveless contributed a 638 series, which included high game honors for the match with a pinfall of 240 in his final game.
Logan Bennett paced Hudson Falls with a 664 series, which included individual game scores of 253 and 221.
Three Gloversville bowlers rolled 600+ series to defeat neighboring Foothills Council rival Johnstown 3,586-3,019 Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Aiden Carter had the high series (644) and the high game (258) for Gloversville. Adam Loveless rolled a 631 series with a 225 high game, and Derek Taylor added a 625 series with a 248 high game. Adrian Dorman rolled a 257 game for Gloversville.
Mick Winton led Johnstown with a 617 series, which included high games of 220 and 227. Noah Barner contributed a 539 series, and Steven Hulbert added a 538 series for the Sir Bills.