This week, Millburn played against West Orange on Monday and Irvington on Thursday. Here is this week’s recap:
December 11, 2017 – Millburn v. West Orange Varsity: Won 5-2 Varsity Highlights:
  • Mitch Braunstein bowled a high game of 187, a 3 game series of 502, and a 3 game series average of 167.
  • Jeremy Dranikoff bowled a high game of 160, a 3 game series of 472, and a 3 game series average of 157.
  • Daniel Sirota bowled a high game of 170, a 3 game series of 466, and a 3 game series average of 155.
JV: Won 5-2 JV Highlights:
  • Connor Davisson bowled a high game of 146, a 3 game series of 397, and a 3 game series average of 132.
  • Mason Handwerger bowled a high game of 132, a 3 game series of 373, and a 3 game series average of 124.
  • Aidan Goldberg bowled a high game of 143, a 3 game series of 346, and a 3 game series average of 115.

December 14, 2017 – Millburn v. Irvington Varsity: Won 7-0 Varsity Highlights:
  • Daniel Sirota lead the varsity team again with a high game of 173, a 3 game series of 487, and a 3 game series average of 162.
  • Mitch Braunstein bowled a high game of 155, a 3 game series of 441, and a 3 game series average of 147.
  • Matt Norflus bowled a high game of 164, a 3 game series of 442, and a 3 game series average of 147.
JV: Won 7-0 JV Highlights:
  • Connor Davisson lead the JV team and bowled his best game of the season with a high game of 207, a 3 game series of 483, and a 3 game series average of 161.
  • Aidan Goldberg bowled a high game of 156, a 3 game series of 438, and a 3 game series average of 146.

Current Standings: Varsity: 22 JV: 31
Come on down to Hanover Lanes (119 NJ-10, East Hanover, NJ 07936) on the following match dates at 3:30 PM to support your Millburn Millers:
  • Monday, December 18: Livingston
  • Thursday, December 21: Caldwell
  • Thursday, January 4: Seton Hall Prep

Go Millers! (Bowler statistics courtesy of Coach Guarino)

By Dan Sirota

Dan Sirota is a graduate from MHS ('20) and the former Student Director of Studio 462. He now studies Film & Media Arts at American University in Washington, D.C.