Bowling: Jesuit starts fast in defeating Rummel; Chapelle, AOL take wins

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Jesuit Bowling
(Photo: Bill Arthurs)

Jesuit’s bowling team averaged better than 230 in the opening game and fired a 3,739 team series in a 24-3 victory over Archbishop Rummel Thursday at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

The Blue Jays (2-0) shot an opening 1,385, including a 267 game by Gary Sims, a 257 from William Carpenter, a 238 from Michael McGovern and a 224 by Ben Hunn.

Jesuit closed strong as well, shooting a 1,275 final game as five of the six players in the lineup topped 200, led by Sims’ 236, Hunn’s 224 and a 222 by William Adams.

Hunn, the only Jesuit bowler to bowl three games on the day, had a 644 series, while Sims averaged 251 for his two games. Josh Bares led Rummel (1-1) with a 659 series on games of 200-214-245.

Archbishop Chapelle 24, Mount Carmel 3: The Chipmunks captured 15 of the match’s first 16 points to roll past the Cubs at AMF.

Chapelle (2-0) got a dominant performance from the bottom of its lineup. Sarah Rubi led the way with a 611 series, including games of 211 and 223, while Madalyn Haas had a 545, including a 200 middle game, and Marissa Rinderle rolled a 541 set.

Taylor Hunn opened with a 224 and had a 594 series to lead Mount Carmel (0-2).

Academy of Our Lady 22, Kenner Discovery 5: The second through fifth spots of the Penguins’ lineup won all 12 matches in a victory over the Swamp Owls at AMF.

Skylar Alexander, bowling in the fifth slot, had a 445 series and Giselle Dufrene rolled a 440 from the No. 2 position to lead AOL (2-1).

Madison Lemoine fired a 490 series, including a 171 final game, and captured three points from the anchor position for Kenner Discovery (0-1-1).

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Lenny Vangilder

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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;…

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