The Waverly boys' and girls' bowling teams swept Edison on Thursday 4-0.

For the girls, Waverly shot 923, 869 and 875 for a total of 2,667, while Edison shot 852, 783 and 765 for a 2,400.

Karleigh VanNess led Waverly with her first 600 series, shooting 232, 221 and 174 for a 627, while Erin Fagan shot 187-190-185-562 and Meaghann Campbell shot 186-161-206-553.

Allyson Stewart shot 155-137-189-481 and Sam Mennig shot 163-146-114-423, while Amanda Northrop shot 145-151-121-417.

Edison was led by Kayla Coolbaugh who had a 702 series to top all bowlers, boys or girls on the day, shooting 256, 243 and 203.

For the boys, Waverly shot 845, 1,019 and 1,007 for a total of 2,871, while Edison shot 789, 748 and 699 for a 2,236.

Mason Beard led the Wolverines with games of 161, 279 and 235 for a 675 and Conner Joseph shot 168-219-190-577, while Zach Pierce shot 211-170-173-554.

Trevor Campbell shot 135-168-226-529, Cameron Lunn shot 167-160-183-510 and Kyle Pryne shot 138-183-168-489.

Edison was led by Jordan Mathews 194-145-157-496.

Exhibition bowlers for Waverly's boys were Ben Cowles 195-230-196-621, Billy Cowles 235-231-230-696, Chris Johnson 112-87-101-300 and Tim Woodcock 112-102-113-327. For the girls it was Brooke Rush 102-123-135-360, Mckenzie Murdough 150-114-92-356, Carly Quinn 134-76-68-278, Rugbina Tracy 90-142-119-351 and Cassy Bowman 91-79-65-235.

GIRLS: Notre Dame 4, Lansing 0

BOYS: Notre Dame 2, Lansing 2

The Notre Dame girls rolled to a sweep on Thursday behind a 521 series by Towanda's Cassie Berry.

Notre Dame shot 671, 678 and 692 for a 2,041, while Lansing shot 506, 498 and 516 for a 1,520.

Berry shot 181-149-191-521, while Kristin Karam shot 127-171-117-415 and Dani Antos shot 114-141-135-390.

Meghan Cleary shot 126-124-133-382, Stefanie Evans shot 123-93-116-332, while Maggie Zheng shot 87-60-72-219.

Lansing was led by Kaela Teitelbaum 143-135-146-424.

For the boys Notre Dame shot 960, 847, 861 for a 2,668, while Lansing shot 750, 877, 935 for a 2,562.

Athens' Mathew Dietz led the way for Notre Dame with a 205-170-212-587, while Alex Sherman of Barton, N.Y. shot 188-180-214-582.

Joel Siedman shot 233-186-149-568 and Chris Tuma shot 177-160-138-475, while Joe Rickard shot 148-147-148-443 and Vincent Fazzari shot 157-151-103-411.

Lansing was led by Joel Teitelbaum 178-233-230-641.

Exhibition bowlers for Notre Dame were Collin Mustico 108-101-93-302, Riccardo Gennali 136-155-163-454 and Kurt Marton 64-91-70-225.

BOYS: Marathon 3, Tioga 1

GIRLS: Marathon 3, Tioga 1

The Tioga boys and girls fell to Marathon on Thursday.

For the boys Tioga shot 921, 940 and 924 for a 2,785, while Marathon shot 914, 955 and 1,069 for a 2,938.

Chris Potucek led Tioga at 226-207-179-612, while Alex Boughton shot 178-201-201-580 and Josh Welch shot 176-205-185-566.

Travis Moyer shot 171-167-212-550 and Tyler Chesebro shot 170-152-147-469, while Nick Welch shot 165-160-117-442.

Marathon was led by Andrew Doane 183-225-237-645.

For the girls Tioga shot 611, 622 and 699 for a 1,932, while Marathon shot 711, 708 and 667 for a 2,086.

Ashley Sherman shot 151-150-198-499 and Genevieve Burnett shot 136-158-252-446. Maddie Cotton shot 120-131-132-383, Anna Evanek shot 112-108-113-333 and Rachael Schweiger shot 92-75-104-271.

Kortini McGorman led Marathon at 153-138-170-461.

Exhibition bowlers for Tioga were Max Miller 108-74-104-286, Eric Sherman 148-121-95-364 and Jason Sherman 70-121-99-290.