LATHAM — Colonie High finished third in the competitive Suburban Council Bowling Championship tournament behind Saratoga and Columbia.
The Garnet Raiders had a combined 3,894, just 25 pins shy of second place Saratoga’s 3,919 and 293 pins behind powerhouse Columbia’s 4,187.
Shaker finished with a total 3,354 pins and CBA finished with 2,975.
Aiden Deitz led Colonie with a 703 (245, 237 and 221) while his teammate Zack Fruiterman finished with a 698 (236, 235 and 227) and Ryan Teiper had a 687 (268, 223 and 196.) Tim Knowles had a 653 three-game series, Matt Julien finished with a 582 and Ben Holler finished with a 571.
The Bison were led by Logan Blind with a 616 series (224, 200 and 194) while Ryan Harris finished with a 592 (211, 193 and 188) and John Heitz had a 569 (191, 190 and 188.) Logan Cox had a 565 series, Isiah Vasquez rolled a 518 and Logan Cooper and Jessica sweet combined for a 494 to round out Shaker scoring.
The Brothers were led by Antillio Scaccia with a 657 series (247, 218 and 192) while Marc Anson rolled a 580 (204, 199 and 177.) Jack Joyce had a 472, Duncan Clapper had a 469, Taylor Lang finished with a 412, and Chris Daus and Dom Consiglio finished with a 385.
Click on a photo below to view a slideshow of the Colonie and Shaker teams competing in the tournament at Spare Time in Latham. All the teams rolled at their respective home lanes on Friday, Feb. 12 and the scores were compared after the fact to help stop the spread of COVID-19.