Notre Dame wins Class girls' bowling title
Led by Cassie Berry's 594 series Notre Dame won the Section IV, Class D girls' bowling title on Saturday.
The Crusaders scored 2326 pins, just edging out Hancock's 2278.
Waverly girls took third in Class B while Tioga was fifth in Class C.
Berry had the highest series in her class and 17th in the entire section. She had games of 198, 234 and 185.
Also for the Crusaders, Kristen Karam rolled 503 with games of 153, 163 and 187, Stephanie Evans rolled 444 with games of 149, 171 anad 124, Dani Antos rolled 412 with games of 130, 130 and 152 and Meghan Cleary rolled 373 with games of 121, 114 and 138.
Leading the charge for Waverly was Amanda Northrop's 615 series. It was 11th best overall while teammate Meaghann Campbell had the third highest game for Class B with a 228.
Campbell's other scores were 135 and 200 for a 563 series while Northrop had games of 201, 219 and 195 for her series.
Also for the Wolverines Erin Fagan rolled 494 with games of 157, 202 and 135, Allyson Stewart rolled 355 with games of 165 and 190, Sam Mennig rolled 331 with games of 152 and 179 and Karleigh VanNess rolled 305 with games of 147 and 158.
Waverly had a total of 2663 pins while Class B champion Chenango Valley rolled a 2887.
In Class C Tioga's Ashley Sherman had the third highest game with a 206. She also had games of 161 and 159 for a 526 series.
Also for the Tigers, Genevieve Burnett rolled a 465 series with games of 170, 156 and 139, Maddie Cotton rolled 449 with games of 135, 155 and 159, Anna Evanek rolled 409 with games of 125, 131 and 153 and Rachael Schweiger rolled 363 with games of 115, 126 and 122.
Watkins Glen won Class C with 2730 pins while Tioga had a total of 2212.
The boys' are up next on Monday at Vestal.