Averill Park Sports By Issac Joseph
AVERILL PARK – Hello Warrior fans! Last week proved to be a busy one for our varsity teams.
The CD Jets won 8-5 against Mohawk Valley on 1/7. Kyle Millington and Brendan Walsh each scored twice while Cole Davidson added another goal. Millington and Davidson each had two assists and Josh Durocher had an assist as well. The hockey team went on to beat Rome Free Academy on 1/8 with a 3-1 final score. Kyle Millington and Cole Davidson scored while Jack Culliton had an assist in the winning effort. The hockey team takes on Lasalle on 1/15 for their next game.
The wrestling team defeated Schenectady 57-15 on 1/5. Elias Goosmann, Edward Marcus, Austin Rouleau, Jacob Hanlon, Nick Premo, Jacob White, Luke Hempel, Anthony Polaro, Nick Tempel and Mike Steen all won their matches. The wrestling team will travel to Schenectady for their next meet on 1/15.
The girls basketball team defeated Albany 65-49 on 1/4. Amelia Wood led the girls with 26 points while Bailee Lange added 15. The basketball team fell 66-50 against Shenendehowa on 1/7. Amelia Wood scored 22 in the loss. The girls team travels to Shaker for their next game on 1/14.
The boys basketball team was defeated by Albany 52-37 on 1/5. Nick Carbone led the boys with 19 points while Ethan Nardacci added 8 points. The boys team fell 52-36 against Shenendehowa on 1/7. The basketball team will face Shaker on 1/14 for their next game.
The girls bowling team beat Saratoga 31-1 on 1/5. Saeryn Sawyer had a 586 triple and Laney Brown had a 568 triple. Emma Hotaling also had a 200 single in the win. The bowling team faces Niskayuna in their next match on 1/19.
The boys bowling team fell to Columbia 19-13 on 1/4. Hunter Willett had a 623 triple and a 232 single. Jacob Kellar had a 256 single and freshman Corey Basle had his first 200 game. The boys beat CBA 17-15 on 1/6 thanks to a 646 triple from Yoshua Blowers and 634 triple from Joe Minehan. The bowling team takes on Bethlehem on 1/13 for their next match.
I will be back next week to report on AP scores and highlights. Go Warriors!