Taylor West drilled a 197-201-538, Gabe Bursch a 175-182 and Blake Schrope a 180 as Southwestern boys (4-4) beat Falconer (1-7), 3-1, on pinfall of 683-902-806-2,391 in Division 1 of the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Bowling League on Wednesday.
Mitchell Emmick led Falconer with a 200-518 as the Golden Falcons dropped games of 789-665-765-2,219.
The Southwestern girls (5-3) prevailed over Falconer (0-8) 4-0, on a 1,899 series as Amanda Steward hit a 182-155-188-525 and Shelby Kalfas a 166.
Jessica Zdunski accounted for a 140 for Falconer, which had a series of 1,691.
GRIMM ROLLS 672
GOWANDA - Justin Grimm of Gowanda accounted for the highest series.
Grimm uncorked a 220-198-254-672 and Jordan Schindler a 207-213-150-570 as the Panthers boys (8-0) defeated Fredonia, 4-0, at K&L Lanes in Division 1.
Todd Wingard rolled a 240 and Jake Hansen-Ivett a 215 when Gowanda produced games of 963-920-1,004-2,887 compared to Fredonia's 932-776-833-2,541.
For Fredonia, Jake Seymczak hit a 216-174-186-576 and Ricky Burgstrom a 217-158-153-528 while Collin Schanzlin tossed a 191.
Fredonia took the girls match, 3-1, to raise the record ti 6-2 and drop Gowanda to 4-4.
The Lady Hillbillies had singles of 827-789-863-2,479 compared to Gowanda's 694-801-745-2,240.
Morgan Dispenza drilled a 158-172-199-529, Marionna Wiltsie a 190-490 and Gena Riddle a 179-461 for Fredonia, which had Taryn Wojtowiak a 230 and Maitland Langworthy with a 181.
Malyssa Farley upended a 155-178-195-528 and Brittnee Stelley a 163-179-179-521 for Gowanda.
JHS TEAMS TIE
Brandon Propheter recorded a 254-224-656, Chad Warner 527 and Chris Edens a 220 as the Jamestown (6-2) boys tied Dunkirk (2-6), 2-2, in Division 1 at Jamestown Bowling Company.
The games for Jamestown were 895-880-853-2,628 and for Dunkirk 825-890-909-2,624.
Alex Kubera tossed a 194-213-215-622, E. J. Haase a 527 and Peter Kubera a 224-505.
Jamestown girls (6-2) tied Dunkirk, 2-2, on games of 647-649-724-2,020 compared to the Dunkirk's 660-696-641-1,947.
Morgan Melquist delivered a 443 and Sapphire Dean a 441 for Jamestown. A.J. Pencek had a 453 for Dunkirk.
Tim Manning shot a 252-212-655 as the Silver Creek boys (11-1) shut out Randolph (7-9), 4-0, on games of 783-820-820-2,423 at JBC in a Division 2 match.
Tyler Steklasa contributed a 185-508 for the winners.
Austin Dowiasz had a 180-488 for Randolph, which had singles of 736-747-774-2,257.
In girls the competition, Silver Creek posted a 3-1 advantage to go to 10-2 by achieving a 575-574-576-1,715 while Randolph (7-5) posted a 588-569-542-1,699.
Lizzy Golubski had a 179-456 for SC and Tyler Henderson a 200-514 for Randolph.
RANDALL LEADS WAY
FREWSBURG -Justin Randall delivered a 226-576 as the Frewsburg boys beat Forestville, 3-, in Division 2.
Frewsburg had games of 767-778-817-2,362 and Forestville 703-778-725-2.206.
Brad Dillenburg drilled a 192-517 for Forestville at Frewsburg Lanes.
Sarah Pleva cracked a 195-559 as Forestville girls blanked Frewsburg, 4-0. and in pinfall, 619-744-589-1,952.
CLCS, CLYMER TIE
CUTTING - Chautauqua Lake (3-9) and Clymer (2-10) battled to a 2-2 tie in Division 2 girls.
Heather Sullivan hit a 178-147-455, Emily Paulus a 126 and Jessica Parment a 121 as Chautauqua Lake rolled a 508-440-445-1,393.
Meanwhile, Clymer had Janelle Ingalls with 150-187-541, Arleigh Bemis a 144 and Anna Holthouse a 142 when it tossed 466-519-424-1,409.
In boys action, Clymer (4-8) blanked Chautauqua Lake (0-12), 4-0, with pinfall of 598-737-721-2,056 compared to 441-431-429-1,281.
Austin Cramer shot a 200-154-449 and Sam Van Volkenburg a 152-166-435 and Brayden Dobson a 174 for the winners.