CUTTING, N.Y. — Clymer’s boys earned their third point of the season bowling Friday against Cattaraugus-Little Valley. Tom Hallet rolled a 166 game and Zach Stanbro had a personal best 391 series for the Pirates, now 3-41.

The Lady Pirates improved to 30-14 winning four points.

Amanda McKillip had her highest game of the year with a 171 effort. Alisha Booth and Caitlyn Livermore lead the team with 459 series each.

Amelia Huntley rolled a 438.

“The boys have worked so hard it was nice seeing them able to win a game and the girls coming back to win four after losing to Randolph,” reported coach Hop Willey.

Clymer hosts Chautauqua Lake at Cutting Lanes on Monday at 4 p.m., the last home match.

Dakota Sutter 105 x x 105

Cooper TenHuisen 134 91 x 225

Zack Stanbro 144 115 132 391

Tom Hallet 118 166 125 409

Zach Newton 104 155 153 412

Tyler Troop x 114 75 189

Zane Tucker x x 84 84

Total 605 641 569 1815

Amelia Huntley 168 126 144 438

Alisha Booth 158 139 162 459

Amanda McKillip 171 113 x 284

Caitlyn Livermore 155 149 155 459

Anna Holthouse x x 97 97

Totals 652 527 558 1737

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