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Girls bowling top 10 teams

Olivia Lopera is on the verge of something

Olivia Lopera is on the verge of something special in 2015. Credit: Alan J Schaefer

1. East Islip (10-0): Olivia Lopera finished the regular season with a 217 average, the second highest among Suffolk girls. Lopera, sisters Lyndsay and Melissa Mavrich, Julia Bocamazo and Jenny Murphy are all within the top 12 in county averages.

2. Bethpage (12-0): Sammi Ng, Carly Licht and Emily Dean had the three highest averages in Nassau through Monday. Ng leads the group with a 204.5 average and Licht and Dean follow with a 202.7 and a 194.4.

3. Longwood (7-3): Brielle Spillett and Rachel Hines tied for team high in average with a 194.93. Kristen McDermott is next with a 192.7. All three are within the top 15 in county averages.

4. Middle Country (9-1): Hannah Skalacki finished the regular season with a 211.28 average, the fourth best in Suffolk.

5. North Babylon (10-0): Skylar McGarrity led her team with a 209.88 average during the regular season. It’s the seventh best in the county.

6. MacArthur (11-1): Rosie Snyder held a 189.9 average through last Monday. Amanda DeLisi is next with a 179.9 average.

7. Freeport (12-0): The undefeated team was boosted in its final regular-season match by Shavaughn Mercado, who bowled a 192 in Game 1 of a 487 series Thursday against Baldwin.

8. Sewanhaka (11-0): Jahnia Phillips led her team with a 180.4 average through Monday. She shot a 235 in Game 1 in her final match of the regular season Wednesday against Locust Valley.

9. St. Dominic (10-0): Bailey Lubrano bowled a 220 in Game 3 of a 533 series in her team’s regular-season finale Wednesday against St. Mary’s.

10. Hicksville (9-3): Colleen Kingsepp finished her regular season by rolling a 206 in Game 1 of a 532 series Tuesday against East Meadow.

Stats and records are through games of Friday, Jan. 22.

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