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Valley Sports Report
VESTAL Waverly's season came to an end Saturday at the Section IV Girls Bowling State Qualifier with a fourth-place finish here at Midway Lanes.

Union-Endicott breezed to the team title and a berth in the New York State Championships to be held March 2-3 at the Valley Bowling Center.

The Lady Tigers were led by Renee Marcyan, the individual gold medalist on the day, with a six-game set of 1,289. She rolled a 703 series to start the day on games of 263, 233 and 207, then followed it up with a 586. Carol Ann Pawlyyshyn rolled a 1,260 with series of 643 and 617.

U-E's six-game team total pinfall was 5,951, with runner-up Corning totaling 5,489 and third-place Susquehanna Valley knocking down 5,188 on the day. Waverly was fourth at 4,740, with Johnson City (4,708), Hancock (4,695), Edison (4,625) and Sidney (4,101) rounding out the field.

Waverly was led by Meaghann Campbell, who rolled a six game set of 1,025, and Erin Fagan, who tallied a 1,018. Karleigh Van Ness was the only other Lady Wolverine to have all six of her games count toward the team total. She rolled a six-game set of 994.

Amanda Northrop shot a five-game set of 700, while Sam Mennig had a 561 in four games and Allyson Stewart rolled a 442 in three games.

Notre Dame's Cassie Berry and Waverly's Campbell both fell short of qualifying for the Section IV team that will compete in the NYS Championships.

The top six bowlers, not on the U-E team, will represent Section IV at the state tournament.

Qualifying were Kirsten Chase of Newark Valley, who was the silver medalist on the day with a six-game set of 1,287 on series of 654 and 633, as well Mikayla Cook of Chenango Valley (1,233), Kate McNeil of Binghamton (1,206), Amanda Menechella of Edison (1,185), Kate Carangelo of Vestal (1,183) and Emily McCracken of Elmira (1,169).

Berry shot a six-game set of 1,074 on series of 557 and 517, while Campbell shot a 1,025.

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