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High School Bowling:
Pennsauken Continues To Roll

Friday, January 28, 2000

By Bill Fish
SJSports Special Correspondent

On Thursday, Jan. 6th, Mike Fish bowled games of 258-226-259=743 to tie Pennsauken's high series record of 743. Pennsauken continued its march to a Olympic Championship with a 4-0 victory over vistors Gloucester Twp. Tech. Helping Mike with the victory was Mike's younger brother Scott with a game of 247, and Sean Perkins with a game of 236. Leading Gloucester Twp. Tech was Sergio Felicano with games of 181-241-235=657.

Sophmore sensation Tom Guinn led Pennsauken to a 3-1 victory over Shawnee on Thursday, Jan. 13th at Medford Lanes. This battle matched the best two teams in South Jersey. Shawnee held a 4 game lead going into this match. Sophmore Tom Guinn led all bowlers with scores of 208-190-277=675. Joining Tom was Junior Scott Fish with a nice game of 235. Tom is currently holding a average of 202, one of the top ten in South Jersey. Leading Shawnee was Wayne Shannon, with scores of 202-195-221=618. These two teams will meet again on Feb. 8th, which will determine the Olympic Conference Champions.

On Thursday, Jan. 27th, Pennsauken's Captain, Senior Mike Fish continued to tie or shatter high school records. Mike broke Pennsauken's High Series Record with games of 275-254-258=787. Just two weeks earlier Mike had bowled 743 to tie the record. Mike's game of 275 (2), series 787 (1), and average of 215 (2) puts him with the best of South Jersey. Joining Mike were teamates Scott Fish (224=608), Tom Guinn (247=638), Jim MacKenzie (227=637), and Sean Perkins 206=575. Pennsauken bowled games of 1099-1050-1096=3245 for the top spot in the conference, defeating Lenape 3-1. Leading the way for Lenape was Andrew Jacobs with games of 169-209-268=646.

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