Anthony Byles, Northern Burlington, So.
In limited seasons Byles acted as an effective scorer in his freshman year as the top scorer of the Northern Burlington squad. The 151 average he scored was 5359 against Ewing. Byles will look to improve his performance and perhaps assume the role of a young team that only lost one senior in last season.
Caroline Cowan, New Egypt, So.
Cowan averaged 397.4 on her best set of the year, a478 coincided with 176 in the season finale.
Nick Canavera, Ewing, Sr.
Canavera averaged 180 last season with a game of 235 and a high set of 598, with two of the two boys bowlers returning to the lanes last year with teammate Kyle Delutis. He surpassed 200 last season with a high goal of seven and will look to complete a single All-Area-worthy performance.
Kyle Delutis, Ewing, Sr.
Even though Delutis rated the highest in the season last year, he joined Canavera in the top 20, and made up most of the city's most amazing duos, namely those who only missed 500 in regular season and put up some big goals, including a 609 against Pemberton and a 691 against Bordentown.
Kaitlyn Search, New Egypt, Jr.
Search completed the final match of the year with 189, 206, and 232 games.
Mia Siminitus, Ewing, Jr.
Siminitus is the captain bowler for the Blue Devils who played 5-1 on the play that were played at 532, which she said should be a 591. She has four matches in the 200s, including a 222, 212, 203 and a 202, on her 531 basis.
Girls from Bordentown and Bordentown were the first to ever get a hold of the girls.
The Scotties went 2-8 last season, won their first two matches, but there were bright spots. As a result, Rayna Smith averaged a 157 and her high series of 543 and a high game of 216. Smith has recently graduated, but the rest of the team is returning including Maggie Berton and Sophie McAteer (337,7 average series) and 337,7 average set.
Although the team have arguably the most balanced roster in the area last season after the return of all five of its starters from the past year, Ewing can now achieve a six-1 record as it tries to return to its winning ways in a complete season this winter.
Ewing girls are not young men.
The season opener suffered some disappointment. The two games were so poor that a single winner was eliminated by a forfeit. Not enough players were cleared at that point, but a single single person was injured at the time of the season opener.
The new Egypt boys were born in new Egypt.
New Egypt put together a 5-1 record last season, while moving several bowlers over the lanes is slated for graduation by a senior, starring Tom and Lori.
Girls from New Egypt are a New Age girls who are New Egypt girls.
As soon as we graduated, the Warriors have won this winter, but the men will continue. Sam Palumbo is with Carolyn Santoro, is high on the team. Katie Search, her twin sister Emily is back with senior Annie Witham (133 average), and sophomores Grace Kraemer (155 average) and Caroline Cowan (141 average).
Boyds living in Northern Burlington boys and boys from Northern Burlington.
Southern Burlington built a three-foot record last season with averaging 151 in each season a year as a freshman and will look to make it to a new level of success. Senior Logan Stewart, junior Chris Delos and sophomore Teegan Klein all gained valuable experience and were counted on once again this season.
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