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Springfield’s Dayton Varsity Bowling Team Finishes Regular Season Undefeated

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Even getting ready to bowl Credits: Chip Dickson
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Skyla Johnson Credits: Chip Dickson
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Rolling Credits: Chip Dickson
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Even and teammate Credits: Chip Dickson
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SPRINGFIELD, NJ – The Jonathan Dayton Bulldogs varsity bowling team finished the regular season 11–0 by beating Roselle 7-0.  Their next stop is the Tournament of Champions on Friday.

In the first game Dayton’s bowlers posted a combined 796 to Roselle’s 708.  In the second game, Dayton won 777 to 689.  The Bulldogs saved the best for last rolling a combined 868 to Roselle’s 744.

Senior Jon Pannullo led the Bulldogs in game one rolling a 235.  Junior Even Weinberg bounced back from what for him was a bad game and scored 211 in game two and 255 in game 3. 

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Weinberg’s average going into the Roselle match was 223 one of the highest in the state.  His high game this year is 290.

Coach Fabiano noted that a 7-0 victory assured the team of a first place finish.  He was very pleased with the team’s effort and made sure all had a chance to bowl in the match.   

The roster includes three seniors and three juniors.   The members of the team are Pannullo, Weisberg, junior Sean Martin, senior Skyla Johnson, junior Scott Maran, senior Matthew Silva and Anthony Serido.  They ended the season with an overall 11-0 record and a an 11-0 district record.

This picture shows Coach Fabiano and most of the members of the team.

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