CORNING - Both the Corning boys and girls picked up wins over Horseheads Monday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference bowling matchup at Crystal Lanes Bowling Alley.
The Corning boys won by a score of 5-0 and were led by a 685 series from Alex Chang that included games of 226, 234 and 225. Derik Lisi added a 673 series with a high game of 258, reaching a total of 670-plus for his second match in a row, and Tanner Kizis rolled a 670 series (245, 191, 234).
The Hawks rolled a 3,173 as a team, making it the second time in as many contests that the boys have reached the 3,100 total pin plateau.
"I am extremely pleased with the way the boys are bowling," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. "It's been a few years since we have had a team accomplishing that milestone. We do need to continue to work on consistently hitting targets and picking spares. This is something the boys have worked to improve and we will continue to work at it."
Arjun Patel led the Blue Raiders with a 618 series including a 244 game amd Colby Giles-Monnell contributed a 598 series (214, 211, 173).
For the girls, Corning won by a score of 4-1 with a total pin count of 2477.
Brittney Millhollen had a 563 series (186, 166, 211) to lead the Hawks while Meg Sturdevan added a 557 series with a high game of 190. Paige Gethin contributed a 520 series.
"The girls bowled well enough to win today," said Kizis. "We need to continue to pick up our spares and make consistent shots. They are a great group to be around and will continue to work to get better. I am certainly happy with where they are at this point in the season."
Abbey Marshall had the high series for the Blue Raiders with a 514 including a 212 game. Emily Hartley and Jenna Kathan added 210 and 193 games, respectively.
Corning will host Johnson City at 3:40 p.m. Thursday at Crystal Lanes in its next contest while Horseheads will host Maine-Endwell Wednesday at 3:40 p.m. at Rossi Lanes.