LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP
LAKE LUZERNE, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School bowling team improved to 51-1 on the season after a 4-0 rout of Hadley-Luzerne on Thursday.
Bryan Callahan and Josh McCart each had high series more than 600, with Callahan firing a 239-682 and McCart a 228-640.
Other varsity bowlers for Hoosick Falls were Logan Brogue 207-563, Josh Conn 208-552, Ken Marbot 192-504, and Josh Reveal 181-503.
Eighth-grader Jonathan Bossoni rolled the highest game of the day with a 288 (all time high game) and a 656 series for the J.V. team.
Total pins for Hoosick Falls were 3,402 and total pins for Hadley-Luzerne were 2,492 as Drew Cirillo with a 196-542 was tops for H-L.
"The team bowled very well under very oily lane conditions. This was the most oil that we have bowled on all year but this was a great experience in case we run into this condition in future tournaments in the coming weeks," said Hoosick Falls coach Bob Lang.
"The bowlers were very patient trying to find the right line to play on these difficult lane conditions. Once they found the right line and proper speed they did a great job hitting their marks and scored well."
SVC falls to Regis
BENNINGTON -- The Southern Vermont College women's basketball team was held to 14 first half points in a 63-40 loss to Regis on Thursday night at the Mountaineer Athletic Center.
Twelve players scored for Regis (7-4, 4-0 in conference), led by Emilee Marro's 13.
For Southern Vermont, freshman Amber Flagg had exactly half the team's points, 20, and Kala McKenzie added 11 points and 12 rebounds as the Mountaineers drop to 1-10 overall and 1-3 in the New England Collegiate Conference.
Good shooting by Regis dooms Mountaineers
BENNINGTON -- Regis College shot 49.2 percent from the field as the Pride routed the Southern Vermont College men's basketball team, 72-43, at the Mountaineer Athletic Center on Thursday night.
Four players for the Pride were in double figures, led by Ryan Chambers' 18. Carlos Bermudez-Glean added 10, Osanto Marc had 13 and Evin Matted chipped in with 13.
For the Mountaineers, who drop to 0-12 and 0-4 in the NECC, Mount Anthony Union High School graduate Travis Severs led with 13 points, while senior captain Taeshon Johnson added 11. Tarvaris Jenkins had nine points and eight boards in the loss.