Bowling: Brother Martin, Rummel, HC, AOL, Kenner Discovery grab wins
Brother Martin got off to a fast start in a 21-6 victory Monday over Archbishop Shaw at Westside Lanes.
The Crusaders (3-0) had a 1,244 opening game in winning seven of eight points, then swept all eight points in the second game to clinch the match.
No Crusader bowled all three games, but half of the 10 bowlers in action averaged better than 200 on the day, led by Ricky Carmona, who had games of 233 and 231. Ray Johnson had games of 215 and 234, while Darren Martino and Drew Gardner played big roles in the opening game with scores of 242 and 225, respectively.
The Eagles (1-2) rallied to win five of eight points in the final game, led by Jonathan Arena’s 267 game and Andrew Hill’s 224. Jonathan Freeman had a 595 series for Shaw.
Brother Martin extended its four-season winning streak to 49 matches.
Archbishop Rummel 27, East Jefferson 0: The Raiders blanked the Warriors at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.
Josh Bares had a 224 opening game for Rummel (2-0) and Andrew Gennaro had a 550 series.
Caleb Goetz led East Jefferson (0-1) with a 390 series.
Holy Cross 26, Pope John Paul II 1: Also at AMF, the Tigers opened their season with a victory over the Jaguars.
Adam Popich had an opening-game 189 to jump-start Holy Cross’ effort. Jackson Haro had a 485 series for the Tigers.
Hadley Zimerlee’s 139 middle game paced Pope John Paul (0-2).
Academy of Our Lady 22, Cabrini 5: Giselle Dufrene’s 558 series paced the Penguins in a victory over the Crescents at Westside.
Dufrene, bowling in the No. 2 spot in the lineup, had games of 176, 179 and 203 for AOL (3-1). Laney Sasso fired a 516 for the winners, who captured 14 of 16 points over the final two games.
Calley Chauvin led Cabrini (0-2-1) with a 527 set and won three of the Crescents’ five points on the day.
Kenner Discovery 16½, Mount Carmel 10½: The Swamp Owl girls team got a 501 series from Madison Lemoine in defeating the Cubs at AMF.
Taylor Hunn led Mount Carmel (0-3) with a 527 series, including a 192 middle game.
Kenner Discovery is 1-1-1.
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Lenny was involved in college athletics starting in the early 1980s, when he began working Tulane University sporting events while still attending Archbishop Rummel High School. He continued that relationship as a student at Loyola University, where he graduated in 1987. For the next 11 years, Vangilder worked in the sports information offices at Southwestern Louisiana (now UL-Lafayette) and Tulane;…