FREWSBURG, N.Y. — Clymer’s girls won three points in Division 2 bowling action yesterday while the boys were swept by Frewsburg.

The Lady Pirates, now 3-5, lost game three by three pins but took total pins.

Leading the way were Caitlyn Livermore with a 186 game and a 494 series, and Amelia Huntley with a 173-466.

“The girls bowled really well but came up just short on the last game,” reported coach Hop Willey. “Both Caitlyn and Amelia’s series were their highest ever.”

Frewsburg was lead by Rachel Querrveld’s 187-459.

For the boys, several Pirates had their best scores.

“We had three boys bowl their highest game of the season,” said Willey. They were Dakota Sutter 133-350, Cooper TenHuisen 151-391 and Zach Newton 163-376.

“The boys had some fine individual efforts in a losing cause,” Wiley claimed.

Frewsburg was lead by Kyle Gray 230-590 and Ryan Querrveld 194-533.

Rachel and Ryan Querrveld are grandchildren of Butch and Corky Querrveld of Clymer.

Clymer has its home opener against Randolph set for tomorrow at 4 p.m. at Cutting Lanes.

Dakota Sutter 133 123 94 350

Cooper TenHuisen 151 102 138 391

Zack Stanbro 114 99 86 299

Tom Hallet 65 x x 65

Zach Newton 163 104 109 376

Tyler Troup x 84 x 84

Brandon Moreash x x 78 78

Totals 626 512 505 1643

Frewsburg 756 824 871 2451

Amelia Huntley 138 173 155 466

Alisha Booth 138 111 135 384

Amanda McKillip 139 x x 139

Caitlyn Livermore 163 145 186 494

Kelli Mikula x 131 x 131

Bethany Heiser x x 93 93

Totals 578 560 569 1707

Frewsburg 520 483 572 1575

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