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Youth bowling

Submitted photo St. Joe’s fifth-grader John Papalia bowled his career-high game of 177.

Twenty-eight bowlers qualified for the third annual Robert Johnson Memorial Scholarship Tournament at Valley Bowling Center.

In the Boys A Division, Collin Montgomery won a $500 scholarship with an 819, Grady Corey claimed a $300 scholarship with a 644 and Dominic Sproveri took the $200 scholarship with a 633.

Tydus Chase had a 627, followed by Casey Rich (625), Konnor Eck (577) and Carsyn Branstrom (532).

In the Boys B Division, Gavin Rex earned the $500 scholarship with a 705, John Papalia took the $300 scholarship with a 676 and Max Papalia won the $200 scholarship with a 659.

Hunter Braley spun a 609 and Wyatt Walters had a 606.

Submitted photo Falconer (N.Y.) sophomore Hunter Braley bowled his career-high game and series with a 142 and 372.

Logan Farmery won the $500 scholarship in the Boys C Division with a 664, Noah Cressley took the $300 scholarship with a 659 and Eric Irons had a 646 for the $200 scholarship.

Colton Kirby spun a 635, Eric Steuart had a 631 and Liam Farmey drilled a 577.

Ella Card and Payton Frank each won $400 scholarships for rolling matching 692s in the Girls A Division. Deirdre Nelson won a $200 scholarship for her 640.

Katie Bunk had a 621 and Casie Anderson rolled a 618.

In the Girls B Division, Alivia Peate earned a $500 scholarship for her 681, Gianna Mummolo won a $300 scholarship for her 669 and Kaylee Allen took the $200 scholarship for her 660.

Submitted photo Sheffield fifth-grader Noah Fohrd bowled his career-high game and series with a 123 and 332.

Lilly Hokel had a 647 and Shay Reilly rolled a 644.

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Saturday Strikers: Abby Allen 130-348, Kaylee Allen 111-299, Casie Anderson 110-282, Hunter Braley 142-372, Camryn Branstrom 119-301, Carsyn Branstrom 162-384, Ella Card 143-358, Ben Cressley 67-144, Noah Cressley 62-150, Liam Farmery 81-227, Logan Farmery 104-259, Noah Fohrd 123-332, Gavin Heeter 123-299, Eric Irons 78-216, Tommy Jukes 226-574, Colton Kirby 103-281, Peytynn Kirby 120-322, Keagan Lehnen 100-290, Deirdre Nelson 126-329, John Papalia 177-441, Max Papalia 125-338, Alivia Peate 46-134, Dominic Sproveri 158-438, Eric Steuart 114-304, Wyatt Walters 109-262

Varsity Boys: Falconer (N.Y.)’s Hunter Braley 687, Youngsville’s Tommy Jukes 628, Youngsville’s Dominic Sproveri 612, Youngsville’s Carsyn Branstrom 600

Varsity Girls: Eisenhower’s Abby Allen 654, Warren’s Ella Card 577, Eisenhower’s Deirdre Nelson 566

Submitted photo Youngsville kindergartener Alivia Peate bowled a high game of 62 and series of 170.

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Valley Friday Juniors (February 9): Tanner Albaugh 137-393, Katie Bunk 113-302, Attie Corey 127-366, Grady Corey 144-373, James Crawford 152-331, Konnor Eck 159-452, Payton Frank 176-498, Julia Getner 96-246, Lilly Hokel 92-249, Collin Montgomery 145-399, Brynn Norris 121-343, Finn Ordiway 156-379, Michael Raffanello 144-368, Shay Reilly 91-254, Gavin Rex 176-419, Steven Rex 171-424, Casey Rich 159-384, Nikolai Romanosky 99-247, Caleb Shafer 164-470

Saturday Strikers (February 10): Caitlyn Ahl 108-303, Abby Allen 150-375, Kaylee Allen 84-248, Casie Anderson 122-313, Hunter Braley 115-286, Camryn Branstrom 138-377, Carsyn Branstrom 151-424, Ella Card 137-394, Ben Cressley 89-226, Noah Cressley 46-117, Liam Farmery 114-244, Logan Farmery 86-230, Greyson Farnsworth 74-200, Noah Fohrd 123-320, Gavin Heeter 103-242, Eric Irons 99-243, Tommy Jukes 212-599, Colton Kirby 108-302, Peytynn Kirby 138-374, Keagan Lehnen 81-222, Finley Mummolo 78-237, Gianna Mummolo 45-80, Deirdre Nelson 131-384, John Papalia 135-382, Max Papalia 118-323, Alivia Peate 62-170, Penelope Rex 65-143, Steven Rex 214-518, Dominic Sproveri 147-420, Wyatt Walters 120-338

Varsity Boys: Warren’s Gavin Rex 722, Youngsville’s Tommy Jukes 659, Youngsville’s Michael Raffanello 659, Warren’s Finn Ordiway 649

Varsity Girls: Warren’s Brynn Norris 700, Eisenhower’s Abby Allen 687, Eisenhower’s Payton Frank 657, Eisenhower’s Deirdre Nelson 621

Submitted photo Youngsville seventh-grader Wyatt Walters bowled a career-high game of 120 and series of 338.

Submitted photo Eisenhower freshman Abby Allen bowled her high game and series with a 150 and 375.

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