Cody Schaffer of Brother Martin rolled a perfect 300 game to lead Brother Martin in the regional bowling playoffs Monday afternoon at All-Star Lanes in Kenner.

Two-time defending state champion Brother Martin rolled to their 47th straight win, a 24.5-2.5 decision over Holy Rosary.

Meanwhile, Bryan Arena of Holy Cross shot a nearly perfect 299 to lead the Tigers to a 15-12 win over Jesuit.

The Crusaders and Tigers are among Monday's winners, who will advance to the bi-regionals on March 28, also at All-Star Lanes.

Also, Salmen advanced with a 17-10 win over Rummel, and Shaw completed the advancement of the top four seeds from the region with a 21-6 win over St. Augustine.

The New Orleans girls saw top seed Academy of Our Lady take a 23.5-3.5 winner over Chalmette, while Chapelle won 20-7 over Cabrini.

Chalmette and Cabrini met in the loser's match for the final qualifying spot with Chalmette the advancing team.

Closer to Baton Rouge, sixth-seeded St. Amant scored six points in the final game to upset third-seed Central of Baton Rouge in the open/coed regionals at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.

St. Amant and Central were tied 8-8 before the Gators won six of the final 11 points available to get a 14-13 win and advance to the bi-regionals on March 28.

Central lost for just the second time in its past 15 matches.

St. Amant will be joined in the bi-regionals by St. Michael (a 24-3 winner over Madison Prep) and undefeated Dutchtown (24-3 over East Ascension) and Catholic High (19-8 winner over Denham Springs).

The four teams that lost in the final round Monday will return at 1 p.m. Wednesday (moved from Tuesday because of ACT testing) to earn the final three team spots in the division. The three teams that win a match will advance.

The three teams in the girls Baton Rouge division were determined as defending champion Central (14-0) won 23-4 over Denham Springs. East Ascension (12-1) advanced with a 20-7 win over St. Amant. Then in the loser’s bracket advancement match, St. Amant was a 24-3 winner.

In Baton Rouge, top scores included Dalton Willis of Denham Springs with a 700 series, Dylan Ringo of Central (678), Alex Duenckel of St. Michael (677), Austin Bertrand of Catholic (670), Prentiss Stanley of St. Amant (656), Averi Laughlin of Dutchtown (655) and Keondra Eaton of Baton Rouge High (635).