Girls Bowling: Chapelle, Kenner Discovery, Cabrini all win in Gonzales
Archbishop Chapelle led the way for New Orleans-area teams competing against teams from the Baton Rouge region Monday at Premier Lanes in Gonzales.
Chapelle remained unbeaten with a 21-6 victory over St. Joseph’s Academy.
The Chipmunks (10-0) prevailed without anchor bowler and 2019 state singles champion Sarah Rubi in the lineup. Madalyn Haas had a 571 series and Marissa Rinderle a 535 set for Chapelle, which remains No. 2 in the unofficial LHSAA power rankings released earlier Monday.
St. Joseph’s Jordan Wingerter had a 247 opening game as part of a 642 series.
Kenner Discovery 15, Lutcher 12: The Swamp Owls rallied from a 10-6 deficit in the final game to defeat the Bulldogs.
Madison Lemoine had a 175 game to lead the comeback for Kenner Discovery (3-6-1), which made up an 82-pin deficit in the third game.
The Swamp Owls won four of six individual matches and took a 113-pin edge in the final game to reverse the outcome.
Cabrini 24½, St. Michael 2½: The Crescents swept each of the first two games in an easy victory.
Cabrini (5-3-1) was led by Calley Chauvin’s 199 middle game as part of a 470 series.
The victory will help Cabrini’s chances of reaching the playoffs. The Crescents entered Monday at No. 17 in the unofficial power ratings, one spot out of the 16-team playoff bracket.
St. Amant 23, Academy of Our Lady 4: The Gators remained unbeaten with a convincing victory over the two-time state champion Penguins.
Emily Hymel closed with a 226 for a 584 series to lead St. Amant (10-0), while Rose Attuso bowled a 562 series from the anchor position.
Laney Sasso paced AOL (5-5) with a 484 series.
St. Amant entered Monday third in the unofficial power ratings, while AOL held the final playoff spot at No. 16.
Dutchtown 24, Mount Carmel 3: The Griffins easily handled the short-handed Cubs.
Ashtyn Yoches had a 554 series, including a 224 opening game, to lead Dutchtown (10-1). Allison Olivia finished with a 500 set for the Griffins, who are fourth in the unofficial power ratings as of Monday.
Taylor Hunn led Mount Carmel (1-9) with a 566 series, including a 207 final game.
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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;…