The Wolverines continued to roll through the IAC as both teams swept Odessa-Montour 4-0 in bowling action Thursday.

The boy's team racked up 3104 pins from games of 1105, 1000 and 999 while Odessa rolled 1954 with games of 649, 641 and 664.

Leading Waverly was Ben Cowles' 677 series with games of 237, 195 and 245 while Mason Beard rolled 676 with games of 248, 236 and 192.

Also for the Wolverines Billy Cowles rolled 608 with games of 236, 173 and 199, Cameron Lunn rolled 567 with games of 192, 193 and 182, Conner Joseph rolled 556 with games of 190, 185 and 181 and Trevor Campbell rolled 522 with games of 192, 191 and 139.

The Lady Wolverines rolled 2677 on the day with games of 850, 862 and 965 while OM rolled 1362 with games of 473, 444 and 445.

Meaghann Campbell led the way with a 611 series behind games of 195, 169 and 247 while Erin Fagan rolled 603 with games of 195, 207 and 201.

Karleigh VanNess rolled 547 with games of 171, 201 and 175, Amanda Northrop rolled 464 with games of 138, 133 and 193, Sam Mennig rolled 439 with games of 138, 152 and 149 and Allyson Stewart rolled 410 with games of 151, 123 and 136.

In exhibition action for Waverly boys Kyle Pruyne rolled 544 with games of 176, 214 and 154, Zach Pierce rolled 522 with games of 184, 171 and 167, Tim Woodcock rolled 482 with games of 162, 155 and 165 and Chris Johnson rolled 370 with games of 108, 145 and 117.

For Waverly girls Carly Quinn rolled 395 with games of 159, 126 and 110, Brooke Rosh rolled 381 with games of 128, 152 and 101, Cassy Bowman rolled 348 with games of 139, 87 and 122, Mckenzie Murdough rolled 338 with games of 125, 108 and 105 and Rubina Tracy rolled 285 with games of 82, 114 and 89.

BOYS: Tioga 4, Watkins Glen 0

GIRLS: Watkins Glen 4, Tioga 0

The Tioga boys swept the Senacas on their own alley Thursday.

The Tigers had games of 886, 890 and 933 for 2709 while Watkins Glen rolled 822, 836 and 779 for 2437.

Leading Tioga was Chris Potucek's 591 with games of 193, 164 and 234 while Tyler Chesebro rolled 548 with games of 198, 196 and 158.

Also for Tioga Travis Moyer rolled 532 with games of 172, 166 and 194, Alex Boughton rolled 524 with games of 174, 180 and 170, Josh Welch rolled 514 with games of 153, 184 and 177 and Zack Krapf rolled 381 with games of 130, 99 and 152.

Billy Brennan rolled 564 to lead the Senecas.

On the girl's side the Senecas had games of 932, 913 and 847 for 2692 to the Tigers 715, 603 and 668 for 1986.

Leading Tioga was Ashley Sherman's 553 with games of 221, 159 and 173 while Genevieve Burnett rolled 484 with games of 167, 135 and 182.

Also for the Tigers Maddie Cotton rolled 381 with games of 128, 126 and 127, Anna Evanek rolled 301 with games of 110, 101 and 90 and Rachael Schweiger rolled 267 with games of 89, 82 and 96.

Samantha Bradly rolled 660 to lead Watkins Glen with games of 244, 225 and 191.

In boy's exhibition action for Tioga Nick Welch rolled 496 with games of 144, 163 and 189 while Max Miller rolled 359 with games of 124, 102 and 133.