FPS staff report
January 13, 2014
The Carrollton High School girls’ bowling team won both of their road matches last week, while the boys had to settle for a split.
Last Wednesday the Warriors traveled to East Bury Lanes to take on the Canton Timken Trojans.
The Warriors defeated the Trojans by 38 pins, 2,472-2,434.
Trent Proctor was high for Carrollton with games of 196 and 185 for a 381. He was followed by Cason McCauley with games of 185 and 190 for a 375, Dalton Ulman rolled a 232, Kennie Hutson a 140, Derek Lumley a 158, Tyler Fox a 164 and Bryan Carrick a 166.
Timken won the “Baker” 765-720.
Cody Leach rolled a 366 for the Trojans.
Last Thursday at Hall of Fame Lanes, the Warriors were edged by Massillon 2,571-2,564.
Proctor was high for the Warriors with games of 197 and 184 for a 381. McCauley was next with games of 203 and 144 for a 347. Ulman rolled a 155, Lumley a 191, Fox a 181 and Alex Mitchell a 200.
The Warriors won the “Baker” 733-726.
Josh Pettay rolled a 433 for Massillon.
In the junior varsity match, the Warriors fell to the Trojans 1,067-1,006.
David Fickes rolled a 291 to lead Carrollton, while Blayke Carter had a 288, Shawn Murphy a 255 and Alex Arbogast a 172.
Against Massillon the Warriors fell to the Tigers 2,228-1,521.
Carter rolled a 336 for the Warriors, while Fickes rolled a 312. Murphy had a 266 and Arbogast a 187.
On the girls side, the Lady Warriors defeated the Trojans 1,541-1,271.
Devan Lumley led the Warriors with games of 191 and 177 for a 368, while Brandi Joe Tinlin rolled games of 158 and 196 for a 354. Marissa Howell was next with games of 151 and 132 for a 282. Bryana Carper rolled a 185, Ali Brady a 126, Eliza Days a 122 and Brittney Carper a 103.
Carrollton won the “Baker” by the score of 610-594.
Against Massillon the Lady Warriors easily defeated the Tigers 2,106-1,560.
Lumley was the only Warrior to bowl both games. She rolled games of 182 and 186 for a 368.
Brittney Carper rolled a 182, Brady a 158, Brandi Jo Tinlin a 155, Howell a 154, Bryana Carper a 151, Makenna Graves a 114 and Days a 110.
The Warriors won the “Baker” 591-466.
For the Tigers, Shelby Kennard was high with a 277.
Carrollton was to host Triway Tuesday.
The Warrior teams will host Minerva next Tuesday.