In a week where both John Jay bowling teams lost their matches to Yorktown last week, the highlight came via sophomore Connor Kenealy, who turned in one of the top performances in the program’s eight-year history.
Kenealy started the day with his career-best game, 240. He had five strikes in a row in the game.
He followed up with games of 223 and 224 for a total series of 687, another career best that currently ranks third in the league.
The John Jay boys team also had their season-high game (727) and season-high match total (2,041).
Ken Itoh rolled the fourth-high game (168) for the Indians, and had the second-high series (417). Eric Jurmain had the third-high series (351).
Yorktown won the match, 7-0, and had 2,669 total pins to John Jay’s 2,041.
The John Jay girls team also suffered a 7-0 loss.
Laurel Chase had the two high games for John Jay (113, 108), and also had the high series (323).
Kayla Marschke had the third-high game (107) and second-high series (301) and Sarah Raimondi had the third-high series (262).
Yorktown had 1,929 total pins and John Jay had 1,429 total pins.
The boys record dropped to 0-35 in the points standings and 0-5 in match play. The girls record stands at 5-30 in the points standings and 1-4 in match play.