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Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly sophomore Zach Vanderpool banged out a 708 series, but Tioga used superior balance to pull out a season-opening 3-1 win over Waverly in a battle of defending IAC divisional bowling champs here at the Valley Bowling Center.

The Wolverines won the first game, 949-845, thanks to a 245 from Vanderpool and a 201 by senior Matt Mauersberg.

The Tigers bounced back with wins of 977-907 and 1,076-944 for a total-pinfall win of 2,898 to 2,800.

Dylan Slater led Tioga with a 590 series, including a 212, while Frank Chapman rolled a 570, including games of 202 and 240, and Kolton Pond had a 563, including a 225.

Seventh-grader Nick Slater shot a 555 for the Tigers, including a 238, while Rocco Fariello added a 548, and sophomore Gage Cain chipped in with a 543.

Vanderpool tallied his 708 on games of 245, 225, and 238, while sophomore Ashton Pritchard shot a 548, Mauersberg had a 514, 7th-grader Derek Johnson had a 507, junior Cody Blackwell added a 465, and senior Richard Stevens tacked on a 450.

Sophomore Ethan Roberts rolled a 586 in reserve for the Wolverines, while freshman Thomas Morley shot a 525, sophomore Landyn Gunderson had a 479, and 7th-grader Tristan Campbell had a 463.

Waverly and Tioga both return to action Thursday.


IN PHOTO: Waverly’s Zach Vanderpool (left) and Tioga’s Dylan Slater.

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