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Glens Falls downs B-P

Friday, February 01, 2013 - Updated: 5:30 PM

Staff report

GLENS FALLS -- Cam Girard poured in a game-high 25 points and Lee Girard and Jake Dailey scored 15 and 13 points, respectively to lead Glens Falls to a 70-56 victory over Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council boys basketball game on Thursday night.

Glens Falls raced out to a 22-7 first quarter lead and never looked behind.

Ben Bellandi tallied 20 points and Andre Taylor finished with 16 points to lead B-P.

BOYS BOWLING

Big 10

Schenectady 7, Amsterdam 0

Ben Patrick rolled a 213-598 but it wasn't enough as Amsterdam lost to Schenectady.

Western Athletic Conference

Canajoharie 4,

Saratoga Catholic 0

Bailey Pitzona's 213-629 series paced the Cougars to a Wednesday sweep of Saratoga Central Catholic.

Chris Parino added a 228-623 triple for the Cougars.

Foothills Council

Broadalbin-Perth 4, Gloversville 0

Jordan Holik's 664 triple helped the Patriots sweep Gloversville.

Cody Husek added a 609 triple and Chris Smith bowled a 591 series for B-P, which won 3,378-2,866 on total pins.

Ben VanNostrand's 614 series led Gloversville.

GIRLS BOWLING

Western Athletic Conference

Canajoharie 3,

Saratoga Catholic 1

Kiara Putnam's 176-439 triple led the Cougars to victory.

Courtney Cyr added a 113-295 for Canajoharie, with Anlya Billington's 140-355 led the Lady Saints.

     

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