FPS staff report
December 20, 2010
It took a huge effort last Wednesday night by the Carrollton boys bowling team.
They got what they needed and defeated visiting Perry 2,853-2,825 at Carroll Lanes.
Four Carrollton bowlers rolled 400 games.
Cody McCauley rolled games of 224 and 236 for a 460; Hunter Lumley had games of 208 and 215 for a 423; Brady McClure had games of 187 and 235 for a 422 and Ryan Liptak rolled games of 201 and 203 for a 404. The Warriors fifth bowler, Zac Tinlin had games of 191 and 187 for a 378.
In the Baker, Carrollton rolled a 643 and Perry a 680.
In the junior varsity match, the Warriors were also victorious, 2,199-2,022.
Aaron Brammer bowled games of 226 and 178 for a 404 to lead the Warriors. Byron Carper was next with games of 184 and 143 for a 327. Sage Graham rolled a 147, Kiley Burnworth a 123, Ben Power a 164, Cason McCauley a 147, Laszlo Marsi a 138 and Ryan McLean a 216.
Lady Warrior bowling
The Lady Warriors also came up with a big win over Perry, 2,354-2,263.
Tori Bright led the Warriors with games of 227 and 194 for a 421.
Danielle Brammer was next for Carrollton with games of 192 and 173 for a 365. Patricia Krupzak followed with games of 144 and 153 for a 297. and Jacque Kennedy rolled two solid games, a 157 and 139 for a 296.
Destinee Stidom rolled a 110 and Courtney Maurer a 222.
In the Baker, the Warriors rolled a 1,711, while Perry had 1,583.
Heather Brownsword was high for Perry with a 334.
The Warriors were to host Canton Timken Tuesday and visit St. Thomas Aquinas Wednesday night.
They will return to action Jan. 3 at Alliance.