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Warrior boys, girls grab two lane wins

FPS staff reporter

The Carrollton High School boys and girls bowling teams each recorded two wins last week.

Last Monday, the Warriors defeated Alliance at the Super Bowl Lanes 2,480-2,289.

Hunter Lumley rolled games of 207 and 202 to lead the Warriors with a 409. Byron Carper followed with games of 180 and 208 for a 388 and Aaron Brammer had games of 185 and 180 for a 365.

Austin Wolford had a 129, James Wolford a 168, Cason McCauley a 145 and Trent Proctor a 198.

Carrollton won the Baker by the score of 678-636.

Ronnie Brimlow rolled a 422 for the Aviators.

Last Tuesday, the Warriors hosted Canton South at Carroll Lanes and were victorious 2,665, 2,277.

Ten bowlers took to the lanes for the Warriors with Lumley leading the way with a 236, Ben Power a 222, Austin Wolford a 211, James Wolford a 209, Kennie Hutson a 208, Carper a 184, Proctor a 172, McCauley a 160, Dalton Ulman a 140 and Brammer a 135.

Carrollton won the Baker, 788-686.

Andrew Scarpino rolled a 370 for Canton South.

In girls action, Carrollton defeated Alliance 2,322-1,827.

Brittany Rohr rolled games of 177 and 185 for a 362, Courtney Maurer had games of 165 and 181 for a 346, Brandi Jo Tinlin had games of 175 and 162 for a 337, Danielle Brammer rolled games of 141 and 190 for a 331 and Destinee Stidom had games of 149 and 176 for a 325.

Carrollton won the Baker by the score of 621-414.

Ashlin Shell rolled a 378 for Alliance.

On Tuesday, the Lady Warriors defeated visiting Canton South 2,312-1,961.

Stidom bowled games of 192 and 221 for a 413. She was followed by Brammer with games of 190 and 212 for a 402, Tinlin with games of 207 and 184 for a 391, Maurer with games of 181 and 176 for a 357 and Rohr with games of 165 and 146 for a 311.

Carrollton won the Baker, 555-438.

Toni Gates had a 352 for Canton South.

In girls junior varsity action, Carrollton defeated Alliance 1,630-1,234.

Brittney Carper led the Warriors with a 271, Eliza Days rolled a 250, Maddie Ray a 235, Ashley Matthews a 233 and Erica Laughlin a 161.

The Warriors were to end their regular season Tuesday night at home against Massillon Perry.

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