Mount Greylock, Drury Bowlers to Battle for Top Spot in League Standings SportsPrint Story | Email Story
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Reece Gillette rolled a 224 on Tuesday at Greylock Bowl & Golf to lead the Mount Greylock Mounties to a dominating win that allowed them to take a one-point edge atop the Berkshire County League standings.
The Mounties defeated Mount Everett, 29-2, and the 27-point differential was enough to give Mount Greylock one more point than Drury this season. The Blue Devils went into the week with a narrow lead and won their match, 22-9, over Monument Mountain, behind a 398 series from Zach Yeaton.
The day's top series belonged to Pittsfield's A.J. Moore, who rolled a 430 series to lead the Generals to a 27-4 win over the Lee Black squad.
Tuesday's best game was rolled by Austin Davine of McCann Tech as the Hornets defeated Lee, 29-2, to solidify their hold on third place in the league.
Tuesday's other match was a 16-15 barnburner won by Wahconah over Taconic. Wahconah's Amber Wood helped her team's cause with the best game (217) and best series (387) recorded by a girl.
The league is off until Jan. 20, when it rolls into Great Barrington to compete at Cove Lanes, when first-place Mount Greylock will face second-place Drury.
Current league standings (through six competitions) are: 1. Mount Greylock, 152 points; 2. Drury 151; 3. McCann Tech 135; 4. Pittsfield, 112; 5. Monument Mountain, 102; 6. Lee, 87; 7. Wahconah, 60; 8. Taconic, 51; 9. Mount Everett, 40; 10. Lee Black, 40.
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