Chaffee, Prescott roll perfect games at sectionals

By in Fairport NY News

GATES, N.Y. (WROC) — Nathan Chaffee of Fairport and Victor’s Toby Prescott each bowled perfect games on Friday, highlighting an eventful final day of the boys bowling Section V championships.

Chaffee, a freshman, rolled the second 300 of his career. Prescott, a senior, had the first sanctioned 300 of his career and second overall.

Senior Toby Prescott picked a perfect time for his first sanctioned 300.

Here are the final 5 strikes of his perfect game as he helped Victor capture the Class A

Chaffee’s perfect game was a part of a 779 afternoon series which powered him to the overall individual title. He knocked down 1,393 pins over the six games, good for a 232 average.

Nathan Chaffee also rolled a 300 earlier in his fourth game of the day, the second of his career. His 779 series in the PM session gave the freshman the individual title by just 8 pins.

Rush-Henrietta senior Keaton Ostrowski finished just behind him in second place, rolling a 1,385.

Tim Doan came in third, the top bowler for the Blue Devils, who won the Class A team title as well as the Division 1 state berth. The Blue Devils beat Rush-Henrietta by 300 pins, who came in second place.

Brayden Masclee of Fariport and Lorenzo Amadio of Victor completed the All-Tournament Team. Full Class A results.

Class B was a Spencerport coronation. All five Ranger bowlers finished in the top nine, with Spencerport occupying the top three places.

Junior Jesse Taccone had the top series with a 1,339, highlighted by a 716 morning session. He also had the top game in Class B, a 289 in his first game of the day. Carter Schum came in second while Josh Winter finished in third.

Spencerport beat Athena by 846 pins to take the Class B team title. The Rangers had 6,387 total pins, just 43 pins shy of Victor who had 6,430 to earn the state berth.

Kyle Decker of Athena finished in fourth and Evan Moulton of Eastridge came in fifth.

The Class C and D championships were held in Canandaigua on Thursday. Waterloo won the Class C title while Clyde-Savannah won the Class D crown, both by razor-thin margins.

Waterloo came back from 40 pins down in the final game to beat Newark by just ten pins. The Tigers had a grand total of 5,745 to Newark’s 5,735 as Waterloo won their first sectional title and earned the Divison II state berth.

Colin Johnson of Penn Yan had the high game and series in Class C, a 289 and a 1,345. Alexander Rogers led Waterloo with a 1,263 overall series.

Clyde-Savannah entered the final game down by 48 pins and came back to beat Mount Morris/Geneseo by just three pins. Clyde-Savannah finished with a grand total of 5,344 while Mount Morris/Geneseo had 5,341.

Quintin Haskins of Clyde-Savannah had the top series with a 1,263, followed by his teammate Parker Miller who rolled a 1,251. Dominic Lapiana of Mount Morris/Geneseo had the high game of 268 and finished in third overall.

The bowling state championships will be held from March 8th through the 10th in Syracuse.

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