The Maple Leafs’ bowling team battled against Sterling in a pair of dual meets and competed at the Harlem Invite.

The Maple Leafs’ bowling team battled against Sterling in a pair of dual meets and competed at the Harlem Invite.

Geneseo at Sterling

The Maple Leafs were defeated in a conference matchup with the Golden Warriors 2820-2745 at Blackhawk Lanes on Nov. 20.

Kyle Cones rolled his way to a team-high three-game series with a 580 and a team-best 225 game.

The Maple Leafs’ Sebastian Einfeldt tallied a 507 series, and Logan Munoz finished with a 483 series.

Tyler Durnell rolled his way to a 441 series, and Kaden Splear finished with a 370 series.

The Leafs’ Justin Ford finished with a 364 series.

In JV action, Alex McAvoy led the way with a 526 series, and Ethan Durian finished with a 413 series.

Carson McKeag tallied a 376 series, and Jonathan Widger finished with a 337 series.

Trevor Keogh added a 278 series, and Austin Ettore finished with a 239 series.

Harlem Invite

The Maple Leafs finished 14th (5466) among a tough 24-team field at Forest Hills Lanes on Nov. 24.

Cones led the team with a 19th place finish with a six-game series of 1262 and a single game team high of 247.

Einfeldt had a solid day with an 1100 series and a 213 game, and Munoz finished just a few pins back with a 1096 series and a 204 game.

Ford rolled a 679 series in four games, and Aidan Grafft made an impact finishing with a three-game series of 528 with a single game 202.

McAvoy tallied a 483 series, and Splear finished with a 318 two-game series.

Sterling at Geneseo

The Maple Leafs had an outstanding day putting together an outstanding team score to defeat the Golden Warriors 3202-2658 at Lee’s Lanes on Nov. 27.

McAvoy finished with a high three-game series of 573 with a single game 211, and Einfeldt finished with a 564 series.

Cones rolled to a 560 series, and Munoz finished with a 522 series.

Durnell rolled a 510 series, and Ford finished with a 473 series.

The Geneseo boys’ bowling team will hold Autograph Night at Lee’s Lanes on Wednesday, Dec. 5 during at dual against LaSalle-Peru.