Averill Park Sports By Issac Joseph
AVERILL PARK – Hello Warrior Fans! Our varsity teams continue to show success midway through the winter season.
The girls basketball team defeated Burnt Hills 61-53 on 1/11. Senior Amelia Wood had a near triple double, with 22 points, 18 rebounds, and 9 assists. Senior Michelina Lombardi also added 19 points in her first game back from injury. The girls stayed hot, beating Shaker 58-48 on 1/14. Amelia Wood once again led the girls with 20 points while Taylor Holohan had 18. The girls team takes on Bethlehem on 1/25 for their next game.
The boys basketball team beat Burnt Hills 50-41 on 1/11, thanks to 20 points from Nicholas Galuski and 15 points from Dan Coiteux. The boys fell 51-41 against Shaker on 1/14. Dan Coiteux and Nick Carbone each scored 11 in the loss. The basketball team travels to CBA for their next game on 1/21.
The wrestling team had a big 34-23 win against Ballston Spa on 1/12. Edward Marcus, Jacob Hanlon, LJ Welcome, Jacob White, Connor Dee, Mike Steen, Eli Goosman, and Caden Slagen each won their matches.The wrestling team travels to Burnt Hills on 1/20 for their next match.
The hockey team defeated Lasalle 6-0 on 1/15. Kyle Millington, Brendan Walsh, and Cole Davidson each had a goal and assist in the winning effort. The Jets will face Guilderland in their next game on 1/21.
The boys bowling team won their match against Guilderland 22-10 on 1/11.Joe Minehan had a 649 high triple to lead the boys while Hunter Willet had a 242 high single. The bowling team continued their dominating season, beating Bethlehem 27-5 on 1/13. Jacob Kellar led the team with a 675 high triple while Joe Minehan put up a 248 high single. The bowling team finished fifth in the Ralph DeStefano tournament on 1/15. Joe Minehan finished with the overall high single of 275 and added a 614 & 631 series. The boys team travels to Colonie on 1/20 for their next match.
The girls bowling team was defeated 31-1 against Colonie on 1/10. Emma Hotaling had a 489 triple and Anna Wicks had a 180 single. The girls fell to Columbia on 1/12, with a 30-2 final score. Emma Hotaling had a 581 triple and Anna Wicks had a 227 single. The bowling team faces Ballston Spa on 1/24 for their next match.
I will be back next week to report on AP scores and highlights. Go Warriors!