Girls Bowling: Chapelle, AOL, Mount Carmel claim Thursday wins

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Archbishop Chapelle got off to a quick start and didn’t look back in a 26-1 girls bowling victory Thursday over Patrick Taylor at Westside Lanes.

Olivia Bares and Elizabeth Hamilton each fired opening 215 games as the Chipmunks (2-0) had a 1,015 team game, then followed up with a 986 in game two.

Bares led Chapelle with a 627 series on games of 215-216-196.

The Tigers (1-1), fresh off their first win in program history on Wednesday, were paced by Isabelle Viviano’s middle-game 152.

Academy of Our Lady 25, Cabrini 2: Also at Westside, the Penguins remained unbeaten with a convincing win over the Crescents.

Behind Laney Sasso’s opening 238, AOL (3-0) took all eight points in the first game and extended the lead to an insurmountable 15-1 after two.

Sasso paced the Penguins with a 587 series and Skylar Alexander followed with a 479.

Cabrini’s Jennifer Luna had a 552 series, including a 211 final game, and claimed both Crescent points.

Mount Carmel 20, Kenner Discovery 7: The Cubs picked up their first win of 2023 over the Swamp Owls at AMF All Star Lanes.

Mount Carmel (1-2) won six points in each of the first two games, building a 154-pin lead in the process, and put the match away with five points in the final game.

Emily Heller’s 423 series and Gabrielle Howard’s 421 paced the Cubs.

Taylor Daniels led Kenner Discovery (0-3) with a 475 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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