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Boys split, girls win two in bowling action

FPS staff report

The bowling season for the Carrollton boys and girls teams is quickly coming to a close.

Coming into this week’s action, the Warriors had just four matches left on their schedule.

They were to travel to Sandy Valley on Tuesday. Next week, they will be at Alliance on Monday and host Canton South on Tuesday. They will end their regular season on Feb. 5 at home against Perry High School.

In last week’s action, the boys split two matches.

They opened at home against Timken last Tuesday, where they won by the score of 2,407-2,286.

Austin Wolford rolled games of 206 and 226 to lead the Warriors with a 432. Lance Nape followed with games of 226 and 149 for a 375, Ben Power had games of 181 and 164 for a 345, Byron Carper had games of 155 and 168 for a 323 and Cason McCauley had games of 162 and 159 for a 321.

Timken won the Baker, 700-611. Jafar Godfrey rolled a 410 for Timken.
Last Wednesday the Warriors were on the road at Wooster, where they fell 2,664-2,555.

Hunter Lumley was high for the Warriors with games of 183 and 204 for a 387. He was followed by Nape with games of 183 and 191 for a 374, Carper with games of 175 and 195 for a 370, Wolford with games of 204 and 162 for a 366 and Trent Proctor with games of 172 and 159 for a 331.

Wooster won the Baker by the score of 763-727. Andrew Moore rolled a 441 for the winners.

In girls action, the Lady Warriors picked up a pair of wins last week.

Last Tuesday at Carroll Lanes, Carrollton defeated Timken 2,119-1,805.

Danielle Brammer rolled games of 196 and 188 to lead the Warriors with a 384. Brandi Jo Tinlin followed with games of 159 and 183 for a 342, Destinee Stidom had games of 166 and 150 for a 316, Courtney Maurer rolled games of 154 and 145 for a 299., Brittany Rohr had a 127 and Maddie Ray a 124.

Last Wednesday, Carrollton defeated Wooster 2,363-2,348.

Brammer rolled games of 219 and 161 to lead the Warriors with a 380, while Maurer had games of 186 and 169 for a 355, Tinlin had 184 and 168 for a 352, Rohr rolled 144 and 174 for a 318 and Stidom had games of 145 and 166 for a 311.

Wooster won the Baker, 707-637. Karlie Way rolled a 401 for Wooster.
In girls junior varsity action, the Warriors defeated Wooster 1,511-1,468.

Bryana Carper had a 291 to lead Carrollton. Eliza Days had a 234, Ashlee Mathews a 229, Erica Laughlin a 184 and Jena McNutt a 182.


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