Boys/Co-Ed Bowling: Jesuit, Shaw, Rummel, Slidell stay unbeaten; De La Salle gets first win

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Jesuit used its entire roster and rolled to a 26-1 victory over Pearl River on Thursday at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.

The Blue Jays (4-0) got a 212 middle game from Preston Roark and a 223 final game from William Carpenter. All nine bowlers on the Jesuit roster bowled two games.

The Rebels (0-2) were led by Izaiah Auglair’s 502 series, including a 182 middle game that produced Pearl River’s lone point.

Archbishop Shaw 23, John Ehret 4: The Eagles claimed 15 of the match’s first 16 points en route to a victory over the Patriots at Westside Lanes.

Riley Elwood opened with games of 253 and 244 and finished with a 669 series for Shaw (2-0). Jonathan Arena had games of 226 and 206 for the winners.

Alexander Kim had a 199 game and delivered a pair of points for John Ehret (1-2). Matthew Nguyen led the Patriots with a 496 series.

Archbishop Rummel 27, St. Augustine 0: The Raiders blanked the Purple Knights at AMF to remain unbeaten.

Rummel (2-0) had an 1,108 middle game, led by Matthew Fletcher’s 239 and Justin Smith’s 201. Blake Caire had an opening-game 201 for the Raiders, who rotated eight bowlers through their lineup.

Michael Brady’s final-game 129 was the best of the day for St. Aug (0-3).

Slidell 23, St. Therese 4: Also at AMF, the Tigers stayed unbeaten in their first season of LHSAA bowling, defeating the Phoenix.

Hunter Mullen led Slidell (4-0) with a 643 series, including a 260 final game. The Tigers led 8-0 after the first game and clinched the match with a 14-2 lead after two.

Logan LeJeune had a 204 middle game and a 531 series for St. Therese (1-2).

De La Salle 24, Hahnville 3: The Cavaliers got the first win in program history, defeating the Tigers at Colonial Lanes.

Brandt Haynes’ 492 series paced De La Salle (1-2), which led 8-0 after the first game and put the match away after two.

Tyron Martin had a career-best 115 game in the No. 2 slot and won a pair of points for Hahnville (0-4), which had four bowlers with career-high games.

Brother Martin 26, Holy Cross 1: The Crusaders bounced back from their first loss since 2021 with a dominating victory over the previously unbeaten Tigers at Colonial.

Brother Martin (2-1) fired a season-best 1,214 opening game, led by Ashton Catalinotto’s 254, in jumping to an 8-0 lead. Catalinotto averaged 223 and Jacob Vangilder 208 as all nine Crusaders bowled two games.

Gabe Lucroy led Holy Cross (2-1) with a 492 series.

Patrick Taylor 21, Destrehan 6: Also at Colonial, the Tigers won six of eight points in each game in defeating the Wildcats.

Beckham Lieu closed with a 234 game for a 621 series to lead Patrick Taylor (3-1).

Logan Cannon paced Destrehan (2-2) with a 552 series, including a 208 opening game.

Kenner Discovery 20, Crescent City Christian 7: At AMF, the Swamp Owls topped the Pioneers.

Judah Vogel’s 188 final game and 492 series led Kenner Discovery (3-1).

Chaz Emery closed with a 180 for a 481 set to pace Crescent City (2-2).

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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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