Girls Bowling: Chapelle, Mount Carmel, Cabrini defeat Hammond region teams
Archbishop Chapelle fired a season-best 2,975 team series in a 24-3 victory over St. Scholastica Academy Thursday at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner.
In one of five matches at AMF featuring New Orleans-area schools against teams from the Hammond region, the Chipmunks (3-0) won all nine individual matches on the right pair, led by the 680 series of Sarah Rubi on games of 224-244-212, while Madalyn Haas had a 524 series.
SSA’s Emma Davis had games of 206 and 205, while Paris Dugar picked up two of the Doves’ three individual wins.
Mount Carmel 27, Archbishop Hannan 0: The Cubs got an opening-game 209 from Taylor Hunn and wen on to blank the Hawks.
Hunn had a 510 series for Mount Carmel (1-3), while Catherine Nicosia added a 447.
Cabrini 18.5, Albany 8.5: The Crescents fired a season-high 897 final game to rally for their first victory of the season.
Cabrini trailed 8.5-7.5 and held a slim three-pin lead going into the final game. Jaiden DeGeorge’s 186 game and Calley Chauvin’s 166 led the Crescents to a third-game sweep.
Chauvin had an opening-game 247 and finished with a 567 series for Cabrini (1-1-1). Kylee Gardiner led Albany with a 455 series.
Holden 16, Academy of Our Lady 11: Hope Bankston’s 655 series carried the Rockets past the Penguins.
Bankston had games of 222-232-201 as Holden rallied from a 9-7 deficit to win six of eight points in the final game and the three-point bonus for total pins.
Laney Sasso paced AOL (3-2) with a 489 series, including a 187 opening game.
Ponchatoula 19, Kenner Discovery 8: The Green Wave rallied from an early 5-3 deficit to defeat the Swamp Owls.
Kayla Cowell entered the lineup in the second game and fired games of 191 and 180 to lead Ponchatoula’s comeback. Kristi Cowart had a 446 series for the Green Wave.
Aislyn Adams led Kenner Discovery (1-2-1) with a 432 series.
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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;…