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Lady Warrior bowlers down Sandy Valley

FPS staff report

It was a light week of action for the Carrollton boys and girls bowling teams as each had just one match.

The Lady Warriors defeated host Sandy Valley 2,140-1,742, while the boys fell to the Cardinals 2,721-2,625.

For the girls, Brandie Jo Tinlin rolled games of 173 and 198 for a 371, while Danielle Brammer bowled games of 200 and 139 for a 339, Courtney Maurer had games of 162 and 166 for a 328, and Destinee Stidom had games of 149 and 159 for a 308. Brittany Rohr had a 136 and Maddie Ray a 110.

Carrollton also won the Baker, 548-489.

Ashlynne Edner had a 346 for the Cardinals.

For the boys, Lance Nape rolled games of 234 and 169 for a 403 to lead the Warriors. Nape was followed by Austin Wolford with games of 214 and 179 for a 393, Aaron Brammer with games of 213 and 161 for a 374, Byron Carper rolled games of 184 and 180 for a 364 and Hunter Lumley had games of 176 and 139 for a 315.

The Warriors won the Baker, 776-738.

Caleb DeFord led the Cardinals with a 449.

Carrollton was to be at Alliance on Monday and host Canton South on Tuesday.

They will end their regular season next Tuesday at home against Massillon Perry High School.

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