The Carson High bowling team continued to roll as it crushed Wooster 60-3 on Saturday.
Carson took 40 of the first 42 points to seal the win. The Senators were led by seniors Tony Vaccaro (687) and David Geiger (622). With his 687, Vaccaro raised his league leading average to 214.
"I can't say enough about how Tony has turned his game over the last month," Carson coach Marc Dastous said. "Over the break, Tony worked with assistant coach Vernon Barnes and he hasn't looked back. It's a shame the University of Nevada doesn't have an intercollegiate program because Tony would be an asset to them."
Freshman Joe Clay rolled a 564 series for Carson. "We had other great performances from one of our younger bowlers," said Dastous about Clay. "For his first appearance in competitive action for us I was very pleased. He will be one of our leaders in the future."
The victory increased the Senators' record to 4-0 and extended their unbeaten streak to 12. Wooster dropped to 2-2 with two weeks left in the regular season.
The Senators also had outstanding performances from four other bowlers who rolled 500 series: Danny Dunbar (597), Rachel Caskey (571), Meaghan Wass (545) and Robyn Conn (568).
Carson will bowl next at 3:45 p.m. Thursday against North Valleys at Reno's Starlite Lanes.
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