BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

TC splits with Woodmore

PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE
Columbian's Kyler Krupp (right) and Ariel Hollins bowl during the match against Woodmore at Heritage Lanes Monday.

PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE Columbian's Kyler Krupp (right) and Ariel Hollins bowl during the match against Woodmore at Heritage Lanes Monday.

Kailee Shank rolled a 280 series (143, 137) to lead Columbian’s girls to a 1,731-1,226 win over Woodmore at Heritage Lanes Monday. Ainsley Sherman added a 241 (124, 117), while Alexis Kirian had a 219 (115, 104), Ariel Hollins a 191 (109, 82) and Emily Fretz finished with a 179 (94, 85).

For Woodmore’s three bowlers, Lizzy Cook tallied a 252 (120, 132), Maddie Repka added a 245 (137, 108) and Kelsey Reaves ended with a 228 (129, 99). The TC girls won the Baker games, 621-501.

The Columbian boys dropped a 2,812-2,516 decision to the Wildcats. Kyler Krupp rolled a 384 series (203, 181), while Graydon Bunting chipped in a 373 (219, 154), Spencer George added a 303 (154, 149) and Austin Mungia (168), Cain Lachner (161), Tommy Peer (149) and Keygan Yonts (148) all bowled once for the Tornadoes.

Woodmore’s Owen Conner had the high series with a 398 (166, 232), while Jay Conner had a 388, 186, 202), Ian Cook a 386 (213, 173), Jared Draeger a 374 (201, 173) and Nate Jackson finished rolling a 363 (197, 166). Woodmore took the Baker games, 903-830.

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