Armed with plenty of expectations, the Baldwinsville girls bowling team will head to Liverpool’s Flamingo Bowl next Sunday to take part in the Section III Class A championships.The Bees go there in the aftermath of a tense battle with Liverpool for SCAC Metro division regular-season honors that will get decided when they go head-to-head next Thursday at Flamingo, three days before the sectional tournament.Starting this week’s action, B’ville hosted Fayetteville-Manlius and, while the pinfall was close (2,465 to the Hornets’ 2,313), the Bees still got a 3-0 victory. Again, Jenna Spiech led the way, shooting a 198 and 206 at the start of her 579 series, and once more Ponto was close behind with a 546 series that included an opening game of 202.Julia Spiech improved to a 499 series with a second game of 184, with Madison Hass getting a 426 set. On C-NS’s side, Brianna Mabee had the only total above 500, shooting a 546 series.As for the B’ville boys team, it won 3-0 over F-M last Tuesday led again by Tanner Rozyczko, who shot games of 224, 244 and 237 on his way to a 705 series.Help came from Dylan Love, whose 223 was in the middle of a 594 series, and Dylan Williams, who was consistent in a 583 series. Kevin Winschel led F-M with a 654 series.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvillebowling Jenna Spiech led with a steady 572 series that opened with a 204 game, while Amelia Ponto put up a 205 game in the middle of her 502 set.Help came from Juila Spiech, with a 477 series, and Jenna Hierholzer, with a 424 series. On F-M’s side, Shelby Miner had a 555 series with games of 204 and 200.Then, a match against Cicero-North Syracuse 24 hours later at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, B’ville was pushed by the Northstars, only to win 2-1.
Mark Moisley joins GBGB as Executive Commercial Director August 6, 2020 Share Submit Share StumbleUpon William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Related Articles William Hill has announced the signing of unified world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua OBE, as its new global brand ambassador.The sporting icon has signed an initial one-year deal with the bookmaker and will feature in the company’s exciting new integrated advertising campaigns over the next twelve months.AJ will also appear in the firm’s social media and PR activities, promoting the William Hill brand in a fun, interactive and responsible way. Anthony joins William Hill’s current brand ambassador team, which already includes Sir Anthony McCoy, Kirsty Gallacher and Robbie Savage. The announcement comes as Joshua prepares to defend his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO world titles against Alexander Povetkin in front of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium on 22 September. On the deal, Joshua said: “I am pleased to partner with William Hill. We are both leaders in our fields so it was only right to go ‘all in’ with them! They are promoting and marketing boxing to a huge audience outside of our industry which is something I am passionate about. “It is important for me to work with brands who understand the journey I am on and the dedication it takes to become undisputed heavyweight champion. I have been really impressed with the team at William Hill and I am looking forward to a long and successful partnership. “CEO of AJBXNG Freddie Cunningham said: “We are delighted to partner with such an established and forward thinking brand in William Hill. We have been really impressed with their activation plans for the next 12 months and how they would like to grow the partnership in to new territories.”William Hill CEO Philip Bowcock added: “Anthony Joshua is one of the leading sports personalities of his generation and he has achieved so much so quickly. It’s exciting times at William Hill as we expand into the United States and we felt this was a perfect time to announce a global brand ambassador. “AJ is the ideal fit for the role and we believe he will help us grow and energise our brand as we join him on his journey to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.” SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020