Boy’s Bowling Wins Group 1 Sectional Title

Boy’s Bowling Wins Group 1 Sectional Title

Boy's Bowling

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The Pirates boy’s bowling team (11-3-3) took part in the sectional championship on Saturday morning at Brunswick Lanes in Deptford, returning home with the Group 1 Sectional Title to advance to the state championship.

After the opening game, the Pirates found themselves in fourth place with a pin total of 852, led by Eddie Runquist’s 235.

Cinnaminson moved into a tie for first place with Bishop Eustace after the second game with a game two pin total of 1,049. The Pirates were led by alternate Abdul-Raof Zeidieh’s 221 game.

Cinnaminson had a total of 1,901 pins after two games.

The third game saw the Pirates overtake first place for good to win the Group 1 sectional title and advance to the state tournament on February 19 at Carolier Lanes in North Brunswick.

Cinnaminson knocked down 949 total pins in the third game with Ronnie Runquist enjoying a 246 game, the highest of the day for the Pirates.

Eddie Runquist finished the day with the high series for the Pirates at 642 pins.

Cinnaminson knocked down a total of 2,850 pins to win the title.

Group 1 consisted of 12 teams total, including Cinnaminson, as the Pirates and Bishop Eustace (9-8) finished first and second, respectively.

Some other teams in Group 1 included Maple Shade (13-3-1) and New Egypt (13-2-2). Boy’s bowling went 0-1-1 against Maple Shade and 0-0-2 against New Egypt this season.

The state tournament at Carolier Lanes will start at 9am on February 19.

Photos provided by assistant coach Megan McGinley.

Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Sean Harris 164 204 167 538
Eddie Runquist 235 205 202 642
Ronnie Runquist 156 210 246 612
Dillon Siddiqi 172 209 158 539
Tim Profy 125 125
Abdul-Raof Zeidieh 221 176 397


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