Boys Bowling: Brother Martin, Jesuit stay unbeaten; Rummel, Patrick Taylor, Pearl River win

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With a head-to-head showdown on the horizon seven days from now, defending state champion Brother Martin and Jesuit remained undefeated with shutout victories Monday at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

Brother Martin (3-0) shot a 3,645 team series in a 27-0 victory over St. Therese, while Jesuit (4-0) started fast and did not look back in a 27-0 triumph over St. Augustine.

For the third straight match, no Crusader bowled all three games.

Carson Colletti’s 237 and Ricky Carmona’s 225 led the way in the opening game. Carmona moved into the anchor position for game two and had a team-high 234. Dylan McDonald returned to the anchor spot for the final game and fired a 278 – the high game in the New Orleans area this season.

Logan Le June led St. Therese (0-4) with a 437 series.

Gary Sims had an 252 from the No. 6 slot while William Carpenter fired a 217 from the leadoff position to pace Jesuit to an 1,178 team score in game one.

Joseph Anderson came off the bench with games of 246 and 209 to pace the Blue Jays in the final two games.

Will Sam’s 458 series led St. Augustine (0-3).

Jesuit is off until next Monday’s showdown with Brother Martin at AMF, while the Crusaders travel to Slidell to face Pearl River Thursday. The area’s other unbeaten boys team, Archbishop Shaw, returns to action Wednesday against Holy Cross.

Archbishop Rummel 26½, East Jefferson ½: Also at AMF, the Raiders – at full strength for the first time this season – rolled past the Warriors.

Seeing his first action of the season, Ben Mayer opened with a 202 and had a 550 series to lead Rummel (1-2). Hayden Cantillo had an opening-game 221 for the Raiders.

Gunner Frazier’s third-game tie averted the shutout for East Jefferson (0-2). He had a team-high 383 series.

Patrick Taylor 24, Crescent City Christian 3: The Tigers took an insurmountable lead after two games in defeating the Pioneers at Westside Lanes in Harvey.

Preston Jones led the way for Patrick Taylor (3-1) with a 619 series on games of 203-201-215. Reese Elwood had the match’s high game, ending the day with a 220.

Chaz Emery won two points and had a team-best 156 game for Crescent City, which was opening its season.

Pearl River 16½, Pope John Paul II 10½: The Rebels won seven of eight points in the second game to defeat the Jaguars at Bowling USA in Slidell.

Izaiah Auglair’s 156 and Aaron Simon’s 155 led Pearl River (2-2) in game two. Auglair had a team-best 412 series.

Pope John Paul, which led 5-3 after the first game, was led by Jack Kingman’s 427 series. It was the Jaguars’ season-opening match.

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