Bowlers win boys SOL championship

Aydan Leighton paced the boys while Julia Skarbowski and Breanna Gardner power the girls to record-setting seasons.
Posted on 02/26/2023
Members of the boys bowing team hold up the championship hardware after winning the SOL American Division Tournament.Quakertown Community High School’s boys bowling team captured the Suburban One League’s American Division championship and three bowlers from the boys and girls teams have been named first team all-league selections.

Aydan Leighton, who finished third in the SOL tournament, led the boys to a 48-8 record while Julia Skarbowski and Breanna Gardner powered the girls to a 46-10 mark on their way to first-team all-league. Julia was fourth and Breanna fifth in the SOL tournament.

The teams are coached by Allen Hunsicker.

Led by Aydan’s all-time high average of 208, the Panthers set their all-time high average of 955. Aydan also had the high individual series of 734. Jacob Siegfried, an honorable mention all-league performer, had the high individual game of 277. He increased his average 38 pins from last season.

Elijah Pint and Nick North also made the honorable mention all-league team. Lucian Millisock, Brayden Ristine, Max Arkans, and Eric Fosbenner rounded out the boys team.

In addition to Julia and Breanna, helping the girls to a record 46 victories were second team all-league performer Alexandra Baranyai, honorable mentions Erin Fenstermacher and Madison Dager, and Abbie Betz.

The team set the all-time high average of 761, all-time high series 2527, and all-time high game of 889. Julia set the all-time high individual girls average of 181, all-time high individual girls series of 689, and all-time high individual girls game of 256. Breanna shot a 230 game, while Alexandra shot a 210 game, and increased her average 52 pins from last year.

Erin increased her average 47 pins from last year while Abbie boosted her average 43 pins from last year.

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