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High school boys bowling roundup: Woodstock co-op's Zurawski claims regional title at St. Charles East; Huntley, Woodstock co-op advance

Woodstock co-op's Edward Zurawski rolled a 1,368 six-game series to win the St. Charles East Boys Bowling Regional individual title Saturday at Funway Bowl in Batavia.

Woodstock co-op was fourth with 5,686 pins, advancing to Saturday's DeKalb Sectional. St. Charles North finished first with 6,247 pins, Huntley took second with 5,935 pins, and St. Charles East (5,912) was third.

The top four teams advance to sectionals.

Michael Corsaro led Huntley with a 1,283 series, followed by Kevin Sieb (1,272), Zach Mirshak (1,170), Jesse Alcasid (1,142) and Joe Kern (1,068).

Woodstock co-op's Mason Hurless had a 1,153 series, followed by Brandon Dodaro (1,125), David Kruse (1,067) and Brendan Matthess (973).

Vernon Hills Regional: At Brunswick Zone Hawthorn Lanes in Vernon Hills, McHenry's Wyatt Glave (1,197 series) and Ryan Hicks (1,138) advanced to the DeKalb Sectional. Glave had a high game of 229, and Hicks had a high game of 216. Also going through is Johnsburg's Tony Murtaugh (1,171), who had a high game of 232.

Libertyville's Daniel Chmura won the individual title with a 1,302 series. Vernon Hills won the team title with 6,072 pins. Also advancing to sectionals are Libertyville (5,947), Lake Zurich (5,937) and Stevenson (5,795).

McHenry was sixth with 5,458 pins, and Johnsburg (5,406) was seventh.

Ramsey Trost rolled a 1,101 series for McHenry, followed by Shane McCue (1,017) and Tyler Marquardt (1,005).

Cody Onopa had a 1,112 series for Johnsburg, Noah Clements had a 1,093, Jacob Smith had a 1,041, and Ray Jargstorf had a 989.

Hononegah Regional: At Viking Lanes in South Beloit, no local bowlers advanced to sectionals. Hononegah (6,765), Harlem (6,501), Guilford (6,383) and Rockford Christian (6,201) took the top four spots to move on.

Marengo placed ninth with 4,801 pins. Brendan Walters led the Indians with a 1,054 series, Cole Martins had a 1,036 series, Antonio Laino had a 1,002, Kyle Peters had an 896, and Austin Phillips had an 813.

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