Boys Bowling: Brother Martin, Jesuit, Rummel, Shaw all win

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After winning Thursday’s unbeaten boys bowling showdown against Jesuit, there was no letdown from defending state champion Brother Martin Monday against an undermanned Crescent City Christian team.

The Crusaders had nine 200 games in a 27-0 shutout of the Pioneers at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

Brother Martin coach Bruce Himbert used 10 different bowlers in his lineups, with only Drew Gardner bowling all three games. Gardner had a 629 series.

Hunter Dunn had the day’s best score, a 276 second game. Dunn raised his season average to 200, the fourth bowler with a 200 average in the lineup for Brother Martin (9-0).

Elijah Lingle led Crescent City (3-5), who had just four bowlers in its lineup, with a 481 series.

Jesuit 21.5, Pearl River 5.5: The Blue Jays (8-1) bounced back from their first loss of the season to defeat Pearl River at AMF.

Alex O’Neil got Jesuit rolling with a 258 opening game and led the Jays with a 629 series. Ben Hunn had a 221 final game and Bradley Fugetta had a 528 series.

Hunter Zeringue led Pearl River (3-4) with a 507 series, including a 208 second game.

Archbishop Rummel 27, Kenner Discovery 0: At AMF, the Raiders continued their winning ways by blanking the Swamp Owls.

Cameron Falgoust led Rummel (6-2) with a 557 series, just ahead of Josh Bares’ 556. Bares’ set included a 214 final game.

Konner Dillenkoffer paced Kenner Discovery (1-7) with a 405 series.

Archbishop Shaw 19.5, Bonnabel 7.5: Also at AMF, the Eagles (8-2) pulled away after a slow start to defeat the Bruins (5-4).

Shaw led just 5-3 after the first game before winning 6½ of a possible eight points in the second game and clinching the match with five more points in game three and the three-point bonus for total pins.

Trey Toups paced the Eagles with a 607 series, followed by Ryan Artus’ 577. Alahna DeGruy led Bonnabel’s co-ed team with a 547 set, while Cameron Rodriguez turned in a 530 series.

Salmen 17.5, Chalmette 9.5: At Westside Lanes, the Spartans broke into the win column, defeating a shorthanded Owls team.

Joshua Nguyen led Salmen (1-7) with a 370 series. Ronald Conley paced Chalmette (2-7) with a 452 set, including a 178 final game.


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Lenny Vangilder

Lenny Vangilder


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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