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St. Mary's Bowling Team Loses to Springfield's Dayton

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The Team Credits: Chip Dickson
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...and he MADE IT! Credits: Chip Dickson
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Jon's Bowling Form Credits: Chip Dickson
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Strategy Session Credits: Chip Dickson
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Alize Stevenson of St. Mary's - one of the NJ's top high school bowlers Credits: Chip Dickson
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LINDEN, NJ – The Bulldogs bowling team defeated St. Mary's of Elizabeth at Linden Lanes Monday.  Dayton won all three games giving them a 7-0 victory.  Dayton has two matches to go and has now “mathematically won the conference championship” according to Bulldogs Coach Fabiano.

As the match progressed the team got stronger posting higher aggregate scores in each successive game.  In the first game, Dayton’s aggregate score was 864 and St. Mary’s scored 764.  In the second game the scores were 934 for Dayton and 858 for St. Mary's.  The Bulldogs finished strong in the third rolling 1,013 compared to 779 for St. Mary's.

The contest featured two of the best high school bowlers in the state; Evan Weinberg of Dayton and Alize Stevenson of St. Mary's.  Weinberg’s average is at least 223 and Stevenson’s average is 207.

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Dayton posted a higher combined score against St. Mary's than the 2,629 they posted Friday to qualify for the Tournament of Champions.

The following picture is of Evan Weinberg and his father Mitch.

 

 

 

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