Boys Bowling: Shaw, Jesuit, Bonnabel, Brother Martin post victories

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Archbishop Shaw, Jesuit and Bonnabel picked up victories in boys prep bowling action Thursday at Bowlmor AMF Lanes in Kenner.

The Eagles rolled to a 23-4 victory over Archbishop Rummel behind a balanced effort. Kris Hepting led Shaw with a 551 series. Chase DiCristina led the Raiders with a 621, including a 255 opening game.

Shaw is 7-1, with its only loss to unbeaten Brother Martin. Rummel is 0-6.

Jesuit used a quick start to defeat Holy Rosary 17.5-9.5. Blue Jays left-hander Peyton Hidalgo opened the match with a 268 and finished with a 677 series, while teammate Jose Cusco had a 633. David Dupuy led Holy Rosary with a 671 series, while Alex Dupuy rolled a 666, including a 246 final game.

Jesuit improved to 5-1, while Holy Rosary fell to 2-5.

Bonnabel topped St. Augustine 21.5-5.5. Brandon Bellmyer paced the Bruins with a 562 series, including a 211 game, while St. Aug’s Dontaevion Johnson had a 633 series on games of 201, 212 and 220.

It was the Bruins’ first win in six matches this year. The Purple Knights are 0-6.

Meanwhile, at Bowling USA in Slidell, defending state champion Brother Martin extended its two-season winning streak to 25 games with a 22.5-4.5 victory over Salmen.

The Crusaders’ top three bowlers – Cody Schaffer, Kyle Schneider and Jonathan Fernandez – all averaged above 200 for the first two games and sat out the final game.

Sara Howell led Salmen’s co-ed team with a 616 series.

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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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