NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ - The Aviators failed to capitalize on a slow start by Wallington, dropping a close first game en route to getting swept by Wallington, 7-0, on Monday afternoon in North Arlington. Hasbrouck Heights dropped to 0-2 on the season.
Johnny Parker was the Aviators hot hand in game one, rolling a 169, but the Aviators fell short, dropping a 614 to 579 game. Sean Reyes was hot in game two, but the rest of the team went cold, as Wallington beat the Aviators by over 200 pins. Both teams bowled better in third, with the Aviators bowling their best game of the season. Jake Rozas bowled a "clean" game (all strikes or spares) for a 182, with Reyes chipping in with a 170
"Jake and Sean are getting close to their first 200 games as varsity bowlers," stated coach David Rispoli.
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