The Waverly boys swept Newark Valley 4-0 in IAC bowling action Tuesday while the Lady Wolverines fell 3-1.

For the boys, Waverly had games of 1003, 986 and 1024 for 3013 while the Cardinals rolled 790, 776 and 803 for 2369.

Ben Cowles rolled a 675 series to lead Waverly with games of 243, 207 and 225 while Mason Beard rolled 600 with games of 218, 188 and 194.

Trevor Campbell added 595 with games of 172, 177 and 246, Conner Joseph rolled a 564 series with games of 160, 204 and 200, Cameron Lunn rolled a 536 series with games of 210, 167 and 159 and Billy Cowles rolled 510 with games of 159, 210 and 141.

Troy Meddaugh rolled a 532 series with games of 167, 196 and 169 to lead the Cardinals.

On the girls' side, Newark Valley won the first games 965-811 and 951-789. Waverly rallied to take the third game 973-803 but Newark Valley had a higher series score of 2719-2573.

Erin Fagan rolled 622 with games of 205, 212 and 205 to lead Waverly while Meaghann Campbell rolled 161, 195 and 214 for 570.

Sam Mennig had a 453 series with games of 140, 118 and 195, Amanda Northrop rolled a 450 series with games of 170, 135 and 145, Karleigh VanNess rolled 433 with games of 135, 129 and 169 and Allyson Stewart rolled 400 with games of 106, 104 and 190.

Newark Valley's Kirsten Chase was the high roller, shooting 732 with games of 267, 253 and 212.

BOYS: Tioga 4, Lansing 0

GIRLS: Tioga 4, Lansing 0

Both Tiger teams earned sweeps in IAC bowling action Tuesday.

On the boy's side Tioga had games of 839, 1054 and 1066 for 2959 while Lansing rolled 737, 819 and 807 for 2362.

Leading Tioga was Chris Potucek's 738 series with games of 222, 253 and 263 while Alex Boughton rolled 595 with games of 137, 211 and 237.

Also for the Tigers, Travis Moyer rolled 588 with games of 168, 205 and 215, Josh Welch rolled 546 with games of 157, 200 and 189, Zack Krapf rolled 460 with games of 145, 153 and 162 and Tyler Chesebro rolled 457 with games of 138, 185 and 134.

Shane Hradisky led Lansing with a 472 series behind games of 153, 162 and 157.

On the girl's side Tioga rolled games of 720, 714 and 662 for 2097 while Lansing rolled 1834 with games of 574, 611 and 649.

Leading Tioga was Ahsley Sherman's 576 series with games of 191, 203 and 182 while Genevieve Burnett rolled 466 with games of 131, 155 and 160.

Also for the Tigers Maddie Cotton rolled 411 with games of 134, 126 and 151, Anna Evanek rolled 373 with games of 142, 139 and 92 and Rachael Schweiger rolled 271 with games of 103, 91 and 77.

In exhibition action for Tioga boys Nick Welch rolled a 420 series with games of 143, 121 and 156 while teammate Max Miller rolled 284 with games of 109, 92 and 83.

BOYS: Notre Dame 4, Watkins Glen 0

GIRLS: Watkins Glen 4, Notre Dame 0

The Crusaders picked up a sweep of the Senecas in IAC boy's bowling action Tuesday.

Notre Dame had games of 996, 1025 and 973 for 2994 to Watkins' 863, 888 and 886 for 2637.

Leading the Crusaders was Alex Sherman's 686 series with games of 217, 245 and 224 while Matthew Dieg rolled 656 with games of 237, 225 and 194.

Also for Notre Dame, Joel Siedman rolled 644 with games of 223, 226 and 195, Chris Tuma rolled 563 with games of 163, 200 and 200, Riccardo Gennali rolled 445 with games of 156, 129 and 160 and Kurt Marton rolled 363 with games of 100, 129 and 134.

Billy Brennan rolled a 773 series with games of 270, 265 and 238 to lead Watkins Glen.

On the girls' side, Cassie Berry rolled a 533 series with games of 187, 186 and 160 in the loss.

Dani Antos added a 398 series with gmaes of 147, 134 and 117, Kristen Karam rolled 383 with games of 107, 147 and 129, Meghan Cleary rolled 378 with games of 114, 152 and 112 and Maggie Zheng rolled 277 with games of 96, 98 and 83.

Notre Dame had games of 651, 717 and 601 for 1969 while Watkins rolled 833, 790 and 740 for 2363.

Samantha Bradley led Watkins Glen with a 580 series with games of 218, 192 and 170.

In exhibition action for the Crusaders, Vincent Fazzari rolled a 424 series with games of 146, 111 and 167, Joe Rickart rolled 473 with games of 134, 166 and 173 and Collin Mustico rolled 266 with games of 84, 94 and 88.