RIVERTOWNS, N.Y. -- Irvington High School's varsity teams are off to a great start for the winter season with the boys' varsity bowling team currently in first place in its division with a 51-8 record.
The team defeated Tuckahoe, 7-0, Jan. 7, behind the high game of 187 by Tyler Pollack. Dylan Woods and Lou Lustenberger have the high games of the season with 218 and 212, respectively. Kyle Fogerty leads the team with a 161 average.
The girls team is in fourth place in the division. Robin Weiss leads the team with a 150 average, which is first in the division and third in the conference. The team defeated Valhalla High School, 7-0, Jan. 12.
Bowling isn't the only sport taking place as the school's wrestling team was back in action last week at the Hackley School Quad meet in Tarrytown, where it had wins versus Hastings and Stony Brook. Billy Leblanc, Matt Montaruli, Malcom Pakola and Peter Tarulli were all undefeated, while Sam Herte and Julian John had big wins in the Stony Brook match.
The varsity ice hockey team also has been busy with a recent win against Nyack/Tappan Zee, 5-3. Eric Mendelson led the way with three goals, while Jonas Davidowitz recorded his first varsity win in goal with 16 saves.
Winning is what the girls' basketball team has been up to as it now is 11-1 after its recent win against Blind Brook High School, 49-20. Lindsay Halpin led all scorers with 28 points.
The boys' basketball team defeated Hastings High School, 35-31, last week for its second win of the season. Chris Friedlander led the team with 11 points, R.J. Hollis had 10 points and Henry Monness added eight.
The boys' and girls' fencing teams competed in the first Super Saturday Invitational Jan. 9 at Woodlands High School. Both teams wielded the foil against five other schools from Westchester and Rockland counties. The boys lost their two matches; the girls team won its two matches, defeating Arlington, 6-3, and Clarkstown South, 7-2.
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