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Lady Warrior bowlers win two matches; boys split outings against Timken and Massillon

FPS staff report

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.


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