The Beekmantown boys and girls bowling teams hit for the most pins in sweeping the CVAC championship match Feb. 5.
The Eagles finished 198 pins ahead of second place Peru on the boys side and 618 pins in front of runner-up Peru on the girls side.
Saranac, Beekmantown B, Northeastern Clinton, AuSable Valley, Ticonderoga, Plattsburgh, Willsboro and Peru B rounded out the top 10 for the boys, while Plattsburgh, NCCS, Saranac, Ticonderoga, AuSable Valley and Willsboro rounded out the top eight for the girls teams.
Beekmantown 10, Peru 0
Peru 4, Beekmantown 0
AJBrunet led the Eagles to a Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Championship with a 735 (279) series against the Indians Jan. 31.
Mike Deyo added a 696 (244) series, while Andrew Roberts rolled a 681 (256) series, Cody Watts rolled a 662 (224) series, Matt Dwyer rolled a 645 (236) series, Eric LaBonte rolled a 643 (223) series, Austin Delisle rolled a 637 (243) series, Ryan Douglas rolled a 632 (258) series and Adam Stuart rolled a 609 (214) series for the Eagles boys team, while Taylor Lavalley rolled a 563 (212) series and Harley Wells rolled a 511 (211) series for the girls.
Britany Bushey rolled a 521 (184) series to lead the Lady Indians past the Eagles, while Jonathan Bowman rolled a 691 (259) series and Joey Guido added a 663 (229) series for the boys team.
Saranac 10, PHS 0
PHS 3, Saranac 1
Ben Alberry finished one pin shy of 700 with a 699 (258) series to led the Chiefs to a boys sweep, while Allison Beebe rolled a 522 (196) series to lead the Hornets to three wins on the girls lanes Jan. 31.
Jaques Simard added a 632 (239) series and Austin Postlethwait rolled a 606 (237) for the Chiefs boys team, while Ashley Rock rolled a 537 (194) series for the girls team.
Jonas Miller rolled a 632 (245) series for the Hornets.
NCCS 9, Moriah 1
NCCS 4, Moriah 0
Chris Kokes rolled a 492 (172) series to lead the Cougars boys team to nine wins and Aleigha McGoldrick rolled a 467 (212) series to lead the girls team in a sweep of the Vikings Jan. 31.
Landon Gosselin added a 476 (187) series for the Cougars.
Willsboro 7, Beekmantown 3
Willsboro 3, Beekmantown 1
Tyler Bridge rolled a 572 (214) series to lead the Warriors boys team and Alyson Arnold rolled a 484 (178) series for the girls as Willsboro scored wins over the Eagles Feb. 1.
Dakoda Latford added a 551 (200) series for the Warriors, while Adam Robare rolled a 544 (211) series and Jeff Bigelow rolled a 515 (198) series for the boys, while Gabi Yeager added a 404 (155) series for the girls team.
AJ Brunet rolled a 580 (223) series for the Eagles boys team, while Eric LaBonte added a 573 (225) series, Ryan Douglas rolled a 548 (225), Adam Stuart rolled a 538 (182) series, Austin Delisle rolled a 514 (215) series, Cody Watts rolled a 511 (191) series and Matt Dwyer rolled a 192 high game, while Makayla Long rolled a 491 (176) series, Harley Wells rolled a 450 (172) series and Taylor Lavalley rolled a 163 high game for the girls team.