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Bucs Capture Festival Of Lights Bowling Tournament

Oswego captures the tournament crown.

Oswego captures the tournament crown.

OSWEGO, NY – For the third consecutive year, the Oswego High School Buccaneer bowling team headed to the Festival of Lights Tournament in Buffalo to compete at the Thruway Lanes.

This time – they returned with the crown!

Oswego out rolled 31 other teams to capture the tournament crown.

Representing the Bucs were Coach Bob Hoefer, Jim Rose, Cameron Byrne, Gavin Gilbert, Joey Clavelli, Zach Delbrocco, Matt Clemons and Dan Cliff.

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