NYSPHSAA bowling: The Lansingburgh boys and Dunkirk girls came away with state Division II championships to conclude the three-day tournament in Syracuse.
Lansingburgh roared out of the blocks with games of 1,106 and 1,043 to start the day and finished 307 pins ahead of Tonawanda. Dunkirk trailed Newark's girls by 136 pins through three games but knocked down 2,985 pins in the second block to edge the Reds by 140 pins.
Lansingburgh had three of the top five boys finishers including champion Codi Genthner, whose 1,391 series started with games of 258 and 246. Jon Kurdziel of Tonawanda was second at 1,334, which included the day's high game (279).