Scenes from the Nassau boys bowling team championships at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

Credit: James Escher

Thomas Tufano of Sewanhaka District reacts after a strike in Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

Credit: James Escher

Andrew Ceraulo of Seaford, right, celebrates with teammates Jack McKenny, left, and Ryan Falta after the Vikings claimed the county crown in the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

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Peyton Hughes of Sewanhaka District gets congratulated after rolling a strike in Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 253 in the game and a 1,281 series.

Credit: James Escher

Ryan Falta of Seaford dons the Viking helmet after his team won the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

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Peyton Hughes of Sewanhaka District gets congratulated after rolling a strike in Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 253 in the game and a 1,281 series.

Credit: James Escher

Andrew Ceraulo of Seaford reacts after a strike in Game 6 of the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 222 in the game and a 1,198 series.

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Andrew Ceraulo of Seaford reacts after a strike in Game 6 of the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 222 in the game and a 1,198 series.

Credit: James Escher

Ryan Falta of Seaford gets congratulated after rolling a strike in Game 6 of the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

Credit: James Escher

Peyton Hughes of Sewanhaka District gets congratulated after rolling a strike in Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 253 in the game and a 1,281 series.

Credit: James Escher

Ryan Falta of Seaford during Game 6 of the Nassau boys bowling small schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.

Credit: James Escher

Peyton Hughes of Sewanhaka District reacts after rolling a strike in Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 253 in the game and a 1,281 series.

Credit: James Escher

Thomas Tufano of Sewanhaka District rolls a strike during Game 5 of the Nassau boys bowling large schools team championship at AMF Garden City Lanes on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. He bowled a 1,324 series, including a 277 in Game 6, to lead Sewanhaka to the county title.

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