Floyd bowling rolls into county championships


The William Floyd varsity bowling team has secured a spot in the county championship for the 12th consecutive season! The Colonials, under the leadership of coach James Healey, finished their regular season in second place in League II (12-4). The county championship is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 12, at Bowlero in Sayville. 

This season, three of five starters earned All-League honors. Senior Juan Madera will graduate William Floyd with a plethora of awards, including four consecutive seasons of All-League honors and two superior scores awards (game of 280-plus). Juan finished the season with an average of 205 (third overall for League II) and a high series of 701 (sixth overall in League II). Juan finishes his career at William Floyd with a massive 138 total individual wins and a win percentage of 73 percent since joining the team as a seventh grader.

Alex Ramoska earned All-League honors for a fourth consecutive season, finishing with a 214-average (second overall in League II) and high series of 727 (fourth overall in League II). Ramoska also threw his first perfect 300 game this season for the Colonials, earning him USBC (United States Bowling Congress) honors. Joseph Tagliamonte also earned All-League accolades this year with an average of 194, a high game of 268 and finished with an impressive individual record of 36 wins and 12 losses.

Alex Hope finished the season with a 190 average and 34 individual wins. The team has strong young talent with eighth-grader Nicholas Powers, who finished the season with a 175 average and a high game of 220. Trinity Field finishes the season with an individual record of nine wins and three losses. Brian Hodder, Colin Smith, Janelle Ramoska and Thomas Navins provide future prospects to help assure that the Colonials stay atop League II moving into next season.

Coach Healey has a record of 57 wins and 13 losses since he started coaching the Colonials, helping the team solidify its reputation as one of the top teams in Suffolk County.


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