Rosenbauer’s roll leads TC girls to first win

Prep Bowling

PHOTO BY ZACH BAKER Columbian’s Ainsley Sherman bowls during Wednesday’s match against Norwalk at Thibodeau’s Seneca Lanes in Fostoria.

FOSTORIA — Danielle Rosenbauer rolled the best series of the day, and the Columbian girls notched their first win of the season.

Rosenbauer delivered games of 189 and 168 for a 357 series, and the Tornadoes knocked off Norwalk, 1,906-1,855 at Thibodeau’s Seneca Lanes in Fostoria.

Ainsley Sherman rolled games of 122 and 164 for a 286 series, while Jenna Bonnell and Norah Smith put together series of 222 and 222, respectively.

Emily Sikora added a series of 203, and the Tornadoes held a 1,297-1,229 advantage moving into the Baker Games.

The Truckers won those, 626-609, but it wasn’t enough to keep TC from improving to 1-6.

Columbian boys done in by Baker Games against Norwalk

FOSTORIA — Paced by a 481 series by Tommy Peer, the Tornadoes held an 1,835-1,762 lead over Norwalk, going into the Baker Games.

But that where things turned.

The Truckers owned 1,011-83 advantage there, and due to that, clipped the TC boys, 2,773-2,666 Wednesday at Thibodeau’s Seneca Lanes in Fostoria.

Peer had the best day for Columbian, rolling games of 222 and 252. Zavier Sherman had a solid day, bowling games of 195 and 203 for a 398 series. His Tornado teammate, Cameron Koerper, on the strength of a 201 game, bowled a 372 series.

Also for the Tornadoes, Michael Ross bowled games of 194 and 167 for a 361 series. TC fell to 3-4.