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Southern Tier Sports Report
SYRACUSE — Corning’s Cameron Kennedy started the day dominant, and finished dominant to finish fifth in the state in the individual competition at the NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships.

Kennedy had a six-game total of 1,341 at the Strikes N’ Spares Lanes in Syracuse.

Kennedy shot 236 and 254 his first two games, for a 490 over his first two games of the day, and he shot 246 and 222 for a 468 for his final two games of the day.

Kennedy shot 236-254-202-692 in the first set, and 181-246-222-649 in the second set to average 223.50 on the day.

“It was awesome to represent my section and I am very pleased with how I bowled today,” Kennedy said.

Kennedy was just 69 pins off the top score of the day.

Kennedy was the top finisher among all Section 4 bowlers on the day. Landon Butenko of Chenango Forks was 12th overall to be the next finisher for Section 4 at 1,290.

Horseheads’ Michael Rennells was 53rd on the day with an 1,108. He shot games of 171-213-182-566 in the first set and 200-149-193-542 in the net set for 184.67 average on the day.

Section 4 finished sixth on the day at 6,321. They shot 1,089, 1,061, 1,037, 1,063, 1,016 and 1,055 on the day.

“As a coach, I think Cameron did what Cameron always does,” Corning coach William Condon said. “That is, showcase his top level talents. You can clearly see that bowlers around him, both teammates and competitors, respect his play and who he is as a person.

“I think Cameron was missing his teammates today, people he spent a vast amount of time working with and creating a lifelong bond. However, he represented Section 4 the best way he knew how and that is playing with the confident, talent and dominance he has all season.”
IN PHOTO: Corning’s Cameron Kennedy. . . STSR File Photos.

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