As a freshman she won the Section VI championship, she’s represented Section VI at the state tournament on four separate occasions and this past summer, she picked up a USBC Youth Open title.

And after Saturday’s scintillating 226-647 series at Thruway Lanes, Tonawanda High School senior Gina Maduri can add “Roy Summer Memorial Tournament Champion” to her impressive resume.

“I was very happy with the way I bowled,” a smiling Maduri said after the 29th annual event.

Led by Maduri, the Warriors also claimed the team girls’ championship with 4,181 total pins. It was the first Roy Sommer title in school history for THS.

“As a team, I knew we could do it,” Maduri said. “We have too much talent not to win. We kept our heads down, grinded away and got it done.”

Sam Marcaccio added a 193-564 set for the Warriors, who just wrapped up the ECIC III championship this past week.

“We wanted to see where we stacked up in Section VI and now I think we’re in pretty good shape heading into sectionals,” Tonawanda coach Jerry Frizzell said. “It was a great team effort.”

The Warriors finished 44 pins ahead of second-place Lockport, which won the tiebreaker over Frontier. The Lady Lions, who were led by Jenna Geiger’s 580 series, had a higher Baker score in the afternoon to give them second.

“The girls always do well, and today was no different, but every strike we had Tonawanda matched it,” Lockport coach Matt Burt said.

North Tonawanda was fourth with 4,080 total pins.

On the boys side, Lockport also took second place in team scoring as it knocked down 4,789 pins — 34 less than champion Cheektowaga. Lions senior Adam Jozwiak, who was named to the All-Tournament Team, led the way with a 703 series.

“The guys have bowled well all year and today was kind of their breakout day,” Burt said.

Niagara Falls was third with 4,640 pins as Steve Biondi rolled a 691 set on his way to a spot on the all-tournament team. North Tonawanda’s Matt Dougherty also made the All-Tournament team, firing a 706 series, which was second-best to Liverpool’s Tim Durham (717).

Frontier swept the high game awards with Jeff Collura rolling a 285 and Jamie Brooks shooting a 234.

The Sommer Tournament annually serves as the warm-up tournament for sectionals, which are scheduled for Feb. 14-15, also at Thruway Lanes.

“You kind of get sick of this house, but to have this kind of experience, especially so close to sectionals, is a big boost for the kids,” Burt said.