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Cunningham Takes Home School's First GMC Individual Bowling Title


Will Cunningham '26 is the first bowler in school history to win the Greater Middlesex Conference Individual Tournament.
  • Athletics
Tim LeCras

For the first time in school history, a Saint Joseph High School bowler stands alone at the top of the Greater Middlesex Conference Individual Tournament. 

Following a grueling two day tournament, William Cunningham ‘26 stood atop the podium to take home the conference title after defeating teammate EJ Chin ‘24 in the championship match, 264-223. 

Cunningham was 15th after day one of the tournament, but made the Top 8 cut with the sixth best score in the early 3-game series on Tuesday. During the Top 8 2-game series, Cunningham steamrolled the field with a 542 series.

After Cunningham and Chin won their semifinals match, the duo guaranteed the school’s first overall champion and the 1-2 finish, sparking memories of last season’s NJSIAA Individual Bowling Championship that saw Saint Joe’s Kai Strothers ‘26 edge teammate Devon Kiessling ‘24 in the finals.

Kiessling placed No. 5 in the GMC Individual Tournament, while Strothers finished No. 6. Newcomer Josh Lamoreaux placed No. 10.

In total, eight Saint Joe’s bowlers advanced to the second day of bowling, with Alexander Kozak ‘24, Joseph Lamoreaux ‘27 and Brian Burke ‘26 making the initial cut.

The Saint Joseph Bowling team is back in action on Thursday for the start of the GMC Team Bowling Tournament at Bowlero - North Brunswick.

  • Bowling