Bellefontaine’s girls and boys bowling teams defeated visiting Springfield Shawnee on Tuesday during a Central Buckeye Conference match at T-P Lanes.
The Chieftain girls dominated the Braves 2,396-1,162.
“I am really pleased with the team effort all the girls are giving,” said BHS girls head coach Jane Kline. “We are coming together at just the right time for tournaments. Our average tonight for both regular games and baker is 171.”
Lindsey Heminger powered BHS with games of 196 and 221 for a 417 series, Kayla Watkins rolled games of 200 and 169 for a 369 series, Akayla Ryan recorded games of 177 and 161 for a 338 series and Ashley Ehmer had a game of 178 and a 317 series.
Bellefontaine’s boys also handled Shawnee by a 2,730-2,106 score.
Beau Salyer led the way for the Chiefs with games of 200 and 237 for a 437 series, Isaiah Henry rolled games of 226 and 200 for a 426 series and Ryan Carman added a game of 203.
Bellefontaine hosts Tecumseh today in another CBC contest.
Lakers edge Hillclimbers
Indian Lake’s girls bowling team battled past host Urbana 2,262-2,247 on Tuesday at Southwest Bowl for a Central Buckeye Conference win.
Jaelyn Hughes sparked the Lakes with games of 184 and 183 for a 367 series, Jalan Martin had games of 179 and 182 for a 361 series and Kayleigh Zedlitz had games of 143 and 186 for a 329 series. Madison Kidder added a game of 169.
Indian Lake hosts Graham today for another CBC contest.
Riverside bowls past Greeneview, Fairbanks
Riverside’s bowling team dropped host Greeneview 2,425-2,280 on Monday during a non-league match at Royal Z Lanes in Jamestown.
Zander Crouch led the Pirates with a game of 243 and a 446 series and Rayce Yelton rolled a game of 203.
The Pirates also were in action on Tuesday and beat Fairbanks 2,093-1,661. Leading the Pirates was Sam King with a 191 games and Zander Crouch with games of 222 and 239 for a 461 series.
The Pirates remain unbeaten at 9-0.
Tigers oust Madison Plains
West Liberty-Salem’s bowling team beat Madison Plains 2,405-2,125 during an Ohio Heritage Conference match Tuesday.
Katie Rollins led the Tigers with a 222 game. Bobby Rollins had a 177 game, Andrew McCall and Nate Aldo each had a 175 game and Adam Watkins added a 165 game.