Boys Bowling: Shaw has big start in shutout win; Brother Martin continues streak

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Boys Bowling

Archbishop Shaw turned in the single highest team game among New Orleans region bowling teams this season in a 27-0 shutout of Kenner Discovery Thursday at Westside Lanes in Harvey.

The Eagles (9-1) fired an opening-game 1,309, including a 259 game from Riley Elwood that featured seven consecutive strikes at the outset, a 245 from Garrett Alello and a 231 from Joshua Collins.

Shaw substituted liberally in the final two games and finished with a 3,471 team series.

Isaiah Vogel led Kenner Discovery (7-3) with a 446 series.

Brother Martin 24½, John Ehret 2½: The Crusaders swept the opening game and never looked back in defeating the Patriots at Westside for their ninth consecutive victory.

Brother Martin (10-1) had a 3,414 team series, including games of 245 and 224 from anchor Ashton Catalinotto.

Matthew Nguyen led John Ehret (5-5) with a 582 series, which included a 224 middle game.

Archbishop Rummel 23, Destrehan 4: The Raiders clinched the match in two games over the Wildcats at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

Cayden Munster’s 640 series, including a 233 final game, and Blake Caire’s 633 set, which featured a 235 middle game, led Rummel (7-3), which took seven of eight points in each of the first two games.

Logan Cannon had the high series of the day with games of 214-216-236 for a 666 series for Destrehan (5-5).

Patrick Taylor 24, St. Therese 3: The Tigers won seven of eight points in every game against the Phoenix at Westside.

Four bowlers had series above 500 for Patrick Taylor (8-2), led by Beckham Lieu’s 570 and Zachary Nguyen’s 548.

Logan LeJeune led St. Therese (2-7) with a 526 series, including a 214 final game.

Holy Cross 24, East Jefferson 3: The Tigers cruised past the short-handed Warriors at AMF.

Gabe Lucroy led Holy Cross (6-4) with a 522 series that included a 233 opening game.

Cornelius Piper won all three points for East Jefferson (0-10) and shot a 517 series.

Belle Chasse 23, De La Salle 4: The Cardinals defeated the Cavaliers at AMF.

Bryce Shepherd had an opening-game 224 as part of a 565 series to lead Belle Chasse (4-5). Matthew St. Germain had a 548 set.

Brandt Haynes had a 212 game and 558 series to pace De La Salle (1-8).

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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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