File photo by Steve Sherman Neshaminy’s Kaeli McMaster took the top prize in the Suburban One League National Conference Bowling Championships Feb.
File photo by Steve Sherman Neshaminy's Kaeli McMaster took the top prize in the Suburban One League National Conference Bowling Championships Feb. 19 at Brunswick Zone. She rolled a 694 series, a single pin off the winning mark for the boys, which was won by Pennsbury's Davante Davis. (Steve Sherman)

Pennsbury's Davante Davis and Neshaminy's Kaeli McMaster took the top prize in the Suburban One League National Conference Bowling Championships.

Held Feb. 19 at Brunswick Zone in Feasterville, Davis rolled a 695 series including a 279 score in game two to win the National Conference title in the Scratch Division.

McMaster did the same on the girls side and was right behind Davis with a 694 series including 277 in game two.

Pennsbury's Jessica Parent took second place with a 667 series while teammate Saige Osterhout took third with a 635 series. McMaster and Parent also finished one-two in the Handicap Division and Truman's Casey Schaffer took third place.

Pennsbury’s Dave Callahan had the highest average in Suburban One League boys bowling.
Pennsbury's Dave Callahan had the highest average in Suburban One League boys bowling. (Steve Sherman)

Council Rock North's Eric Miller (693 series) and Pennsbury's David Moser (687) took second and third place respectively for the boys in the the Scratch Division for the National Conference.

Miller (720 series) also took first place in the Handicap Division while Neshaminy's Shawn Minch (698) finished second and Davis (695) took third.

The Falcon boys grabbed five of the top 10 spots in the Scratch Division. The Pennsbury girls only had four in the top 10 but placed six in the top 13. The Neshaminy boys placed three of their bowlers in the top 10 while the girls had two bowlers reach that mark.

In the Continental Conference, Pennridge's Vince Kauders (662 series) and Jenn Stevens (630) were the prizewinners in the Scratch Division. North Penn's Ryan Lowery (684) and Danielle Godshall (681) were the winners in the Handicap Division.


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EASTERN PENNA QUALIFIERS

BOYS

Name School Average

David Callahan Pennsbury 218.03

David Moffitt Neshaminy 217.97

AJ Wolstenholme Neshaminy 214.94

Greg Williams Truman 212.89

David Moser Pennsbury 212.86

Matt Phillips Pennsbury 210.47

Stephen Plenski Pennsbury 208.66

Holden Tisone Neshaminy 204.97

Aaron Miller CR South 196.64

Zach Sumba Tennent 196.60

Thomas Hirleman Pennsbury 195.97

Pennsbury’s Lauren Feher posted the highest average this season in Suburban One League girls bowling.
Pennsbury's Lauren Feher posted the highest average this season in Suburban One League girls bowling. (Steve Sherman)

Cameron Sumba Tennent 194.35

Eric Miller CR North

John Savoca CR South

Devon Williams Neshaminy

GIRLS

Lauren Feher Pennsbury 202.43

Jessica Parent Pennsbury 193.91

Kelsey Hackbart Truman 190.77

Saige Osterhout Pennsbury 188.13

Kaeli McMaster Neshaminy 183.61

Rebecca Edelman Neshaminy 181.33

Casey Schaffer Truman 177.41

Melissa McGlone Truman 175.49

Devin Del Donno Pennsbury 174.63

Kellie Frain Pennsbury 170.71

Amanda Boicesco Tennent 168.36

Sara Shaffer Bensalem 167.92

Patricia Duffy Truman

Sarah Gifford CR North

Casandra Trantas Tennent


Pennsbury’s Steve Plenski posted the seventh highest average this season in Suburban One League boys bowling.
Pennsbury's Steve Plenski posted the seventh highest average this season in Suburban One League boys bowling. (Steve Sherman)

File photo by Steve Sherman Pennsbury’s Jessica Parent took second place in the SOL Bowling Championships Scratch Division with a 667 series while
File photo by Steve Sherman Pennsbury's Jessica Parent took second place in the SOL Bowling Championships Scratch Division with a 667 series while teammate Saige Osterhout took third with a 635 series Feb. 19 at Brunswick Zone. (Steve Sherman)