The William Floyd High School varsity bowling team, following a 10-4 regular season and third place finish in their division, recently competed in the Suffolk County Championship for the seventh consecutive season. The Colonials were led by standout performances from Alex Ramoska and Louis Parrinello who both averaged more than 200 points per game this season, earning them All-League accolades.
In the Suffolk County tournament, the Colonials placed sixth overall thanks in part to great play by Juan Madera and Sabrina Arocho, who bowled a 735 and 627 series, respectively. Their sixth-place finish is the team’s best during their current seven-year run.
“It was a pleasure coaching such a hardworking and dedicated group of student-athletes,” said head coach James Healey. He credits a strong team chemistry for the program’s continued success.
Congratulations to team members Alex Ramoska, Louis Parrinello, Juan Madera, Sabrina Arocho, Erin Tumbrello, Matthew Gambina, Alex Hope, Kyle Laspisa, Nick Moscatiello, Thomas Powers, Samantha Whitman and Coach Healey on a great season of bowling.
Throughout this run of great bowling, the team was coached by John Romero (two seasons); Jaime Curley (two seasons); Mike Barba (one season); and Coach Healey for the past two seasons.