South girls bowling places third in division

first_img The Middletown High School South girls bowling team ended the campaign with a 14-28 record, but coach TomRomano noted that several girlswill return next year. The Eagles struggled a bit this season after posting a 28-14 ledger a year ago.Nevertheless, Middletown South ended up third in the Shore Conference’s Northern Monmouth BDivision behindMiddletownNorth and Long Branch. “Basically, we won the matches that we should have won,” coach Tom Romano said. “Wewere hoping to pick up a fewmorewins, but we weren’t able tomake it happen. Still, we got better as the season went along.” Maureen Shaughnessy ended her fouryear career at South by being named the team’s most valuable player. The senior averaged 156 pins and her 234 was the third highest game in the division. She also rolled a series of 496 and 494, respectively. Ashley Belke andKacey Tintel, both seniors, averaged 147 and 122 pins respectively. Meanwhile juniors Taylor Corbett and Jenny Caruso both averagedmore than 130 pins apiece. The coach noted that junior Angelica Rosaperez and sophomore Noelle D’Accuzzi both showed potential this season. In addition, several freshman had solid junior varsity campaigns.” “All of our freshmen saw some varsity time and that experience will help them,” Romano said. “We’re going to need them next season.” BY WARREN RAPPLEYEA Staff Writer last_img

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