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Jan 27, 2010 10:36 AMPublication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press

Mariners and Bonackers in top three in bowling standings

Jan 27, 2010 10:36 AM

Both the Southampton and East Hampton bowling teams are in the top three in the League V bowling standings and both teams have clinched spots in the postseason.

With 235.5 points in 36 games bowled, the Mariners are in second place behind league-leader Mt. Sinai (246, 33 games) while the Bonackers are a close third with 231 points in 33 games. Eastport South Manor (229.5, 36 games) sits in fourth and has a big lead on Southold (169, 33 games), Westhampton Beach (108, 36 games) and Rocky Point (101, 33 games). The league season will wrap up on Thursday, January 28, with two matches. East Hampton will host Southold at East Hampton Bowl at 4 p.m. while Rocky Point will host Mt. Sinai at Port Jefferson Bowl at 3:30 p.m.

Southampton (7-5) split its final two matches of the regular season, beating Southold 29-4 on January 19 at East Hampton Bowl before losing 27-6 to Mt. Sinai at Port Jefferson Bowl two days later. East Hampton (9-2) has been hot, winning its last five matches, and has yet to lose in January. The Bonackers beat Rocky Point 26-7 on January 19 at Port Jefferson Bowl and got past 
ESM 23-10 at East Hampton Bowl two days later. The Sharks were winners of three straight before falling to East Hampton. Prior to their loss to the Bonackers, the Sharks beat Westhampton Beach 22-11 at the Wildwood Lanes on January 20.

Brian Pfund of East Hampton has been one of the best bowlers in League V. He holds the highest average in the league (195.75) and also has the highest series (706) and highest game (288). Luke Powers, Kyle Robinson and Eric Miller have been the big three for Southampton. Powers has the third-highest average in the league (191.56) while Robinson has the second-highest series (674) and the fifth-highest average (190.69). Miller is tied for the fifth-highest game in the league with a 266.

East Hampton’s Ricky Nardo, Andrew Payne and Lianne McCarthy are all in the top 11 in the league for highest average. Payne and Nardo are in the top 12 for highest series and Steven Smith has the fourth-highest game (267) in the league for East Hampton.

The Small Schools Division Tournament will take place at the Coram Lanes at 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, February 2, and the county championship will take place on Saturday, February 6, at 9 a.m., at the Sayville Lanes.

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lol this is funny. u made alot of mistakes if this got published in the paper. Tim waters isnt his name. its tim winters. Patrick Sinclair and Tim Winters bowl on southold not southampton. So i would make changes and there not mariners
By shbowler (1), southampton on Jan 26, 10 10:34 PM
Thanks for the correction.
By BOReilly (135), 27east Web Editor on Jan 27, 10 10:25 AM
when correcting mistakes such as these it is not necessary to do so in such a condescending manner, especially since your grammar makes you sound like your a first grader, not a senior. Although, the editor thanked you so perhaps I am reading your tone incorrectly, but I doubt it.
By GIYA (1), face city on Feb 2, 10 9:21 PM