WAVERLY ROLLS THREE 600 SERIES IN SWEEP OF NEWARK VALLEY
By: Tim Birney | Waverly Athletics | February 3, 2021
WAVERLY — Senior Matt Mauersberg had one of three 600 series to lead
Waverly in a sweep of Newark Valley Friday in an IAC South “virtual”
boys bowling action.
The Wolverines, bowling Wednesday at the Valley Bowling Center, rolled a team series of 2,908, while the Cardinals, bowling Friday at the Cardinal Lanes in Newark Valley, rolled a 2,581.
Waverly won the first game by just 30 pins (939-909), then followed up with a 36-pin win (913-877) in the second game. The Wolverines closed out the match with a 1,056-795 win to cement the total-pinfall point.
Mauersberg rolled games of 245, 180, and 226 for a 651 series, while sophomore Zach Vanderpool shot a 621 on games of 176, 202, and 243, and senior Richard Stevens added a 609 series on games of 198, 210, and 201.
Freshman Thomas Morley shot a 539, including a 207, for Waverly, while sophomore Landyn Gunderson had a 479, and 7th-grader Derek Johnson tacked on a 432.
Junior Cody Blackwell and freshman Trenton Sindoni bowled 490 series in reserve for the Wolverines, and 7th-grader Tristan Campbell had a 484.
John Umiker led Newark Valley with a 583 series, while Vincent Peck rolled a 556, and John Fiacco added a 552.
About the Author
Tim Birney is the founder / owner of River Road Media Group. He was born and raised in the Valley, graduating from Waverly High School in 1984.
Birney earned an Associate's Degree in Journalism from SUNY Morrisville in 1986 and a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism / Public Relations from Utica College of Syracuse University in 1988. He began his newspaper career at The Daily Review in Towanda in 1989, before moving on to The Evening Times in 1995. He spent more than 10 years at the Times, the last four as Managing Editor.
River Road Media Group includes Valley Sports Report (launched Aug. 10, 2009), Tioga County (NY) Sports Report (Aug. 13, 2018), and Northern Tier Sports Report (Aug. 31, 2020). Southern Tier Sports Report is set to launch in 2021.