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February 8, 2014

Bowling roundup: Sabers, Cardinals split

DEWITT — Central DeWitt and Maquoketa split in high school bowling Friday at DeWitt Lanes.

The Sabers won the girls match 2,666-2,175, but Maquoketa won the boys contest 2,817-2,579.

Shelby Carrier led DeWitt to the girls win. She rolled games of 256 and 237 for a 493-pin total, the best two-game series of any bowler on the day.

Dalton Waugh led the Cardinals in the boys match with a 214-249—463 individual series.

Indians, Comets Split

BELLEVUE — Bellevue won a high-scoring battle in the boys match, and Camanche won the girls portion as the schools split a bowling meet Thursday at Horizon Lanes.

Riley Till shot games of 289 and 268 for a 557 series to lead the Comets boys team to a 3,140-3078 win. Teammate Austin Michels had the second-best score, a 492. The Comets recorded a 2,211 in individual play, but Camanche narrowed the gap by outscoring the Comets 1,062-929 in the Baker rounds.

Alison Seibel of Camanche led all girls with a 401-pin total. She had games of 197 and 204 as Camanche beat Bellevue 2,749-2,143.

BOYS

MAQUOKETA 2,817, CENTRAL DEWITT 2,579

MAQUOKETA — Dalton Waugh 214-249—463, Luke Quinlan 226-178—404, Levi Lange 166-217—383, Thomas Clark 176-180—356, Kyle Davison 170-181—351. Total 1,957. Baker games 167-171-158-150-214—860.

CENTRAL DEWITT — Karson Smith 236-167—403, Colin Siegel 174-207—381, Austin Conrad 200-136—336, Logan Warren 157-165—322, Seth Schultz 134-182—316. Total 1,758. Baker games 145-182-161-152-181—821.

GIRLS

CENTRAL DEWITT 2,666, MAQUOKETA 2,175

MAQUOKETA — Kaisee Schnoor 174-173—347, Dianna Budde 152-120—272, Kelsey Dodds 141-122—263, Elly Flenker 129-133—262, Erica Paulsen 151-105—256, Amanda Brundage 128-128—256. Total 1,400. Baker games 149-158-157-168-143—775.

CENTRAL DEWITT — Shelby Carrier 256-237—493, Erica Miller-Lee 158-201—359, Abbi Coble 180-150—330, Frances Coons 145-167—312, Veronica Weigandt 121-152—273. Total 1,767. Baker games 170-193-166-163-187—899.

THURSDAY

BOYS

BELLEVUE 3,140, CAMANCHE 3,078

CAMANCHE — Drey Abbott 215-258—473, Justin Manning 213-209—422, Devyn Booth 193-201—394, Cody Langfitt 168-202—370, Ethan Hull 171-186—357, Nick Wright 202-155—357. Total 2,016. Baker games 205-180-249-225-203—1,062.

BELLEVUE — Riley Till 289-268—557, Austin Michels 213-279—492, Bobby Schroeder 236-178—414, Tyler Michels 213-177—390, Konner Michels 147-211—358. Total 2,211. Baker games 166-185-201-205-172—929.

GIRLS

CAMANCHE 2,749, BELLEVUE 2,143

CAMANCHE — Alison Seibel 197-204—401, Morgan Benthin 205-182—387, Makenzie Ciner 208-173—381, Morgan Determan 161-191—352, Kayla Gifford 161-179—349. Total 1,861. Baker games 168-179-198-169-174—888.

BELLEVUE — Alli Kilburg 198-155—353, Marissa McAuliffe 139-178—317, Megan Schmidt 135-146—281, Sarah Kendell 133-129—262, Nicole Giesemann 110-123—233. Total 1,446. Baker games 172-108-148-167-102—697.

 

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