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Warrior boys bowlers start at 1-1, Lady Warriors are 2-0

FPS staff report

The Carrollton boys bowling team opened their season last week by splitting two matches.

Last Monday, the Warriors fell to host Lake at the Park Center Bowling Lanes 2,822-2,525.

Hunter Lumley was high bowler for the Warriors with games of 197 and 225 for a 422 total. He was followed by Ryan Liptak with games of 158 and 210 for a 368. Dustin Shreve was next with games of 170-172 for a 342 score. Brady McClure and Austin Seal each rolled a 136 and Zac Tinlin bowled a 214.

In Baker scoring, the Warriors had a 752.

Jakob Theiss led the Blue Steaks with a 473.

Last Tuesday, the Warriors picked up their first win of the season with a 2,690-2,487 victory over Massillon at the Hall of Fame Lanes in Canton.

Tinlin led the Warriors with games of 222 and 193 for a 415 total. Lumley followed with games of 195 and 184 for a 379. McCauley had games of 191 and 180 for a 371 and Shreve rolled games of 170-172 for a 342.

In the Baker, Carrollton had an 820.

Kenny Burkholder rolled a 443 for Massillon.

In junior varsity action, the Warriors fell to Lake 2,444-2,248.

Aaron Brammer rolled a 380 for the Warriors, with Byron Carper next with a 373 and Ben Power a 333.

Against Massillon, Carrollton defeated the Tigers 2,377-1,793. Lance Nape was high for Carrollton with a 442. Sage Graham was next with a 372 and Kyle Barcus rounded out the top three scorers with a 363.

The Warriors were to host Minerva Tuesday night at Carroll Lanes. Wednesday, they were to travel to Canton McKinley. Next week the Warriors will host Perry on Tuesday.

CHS girls bowling
The Carrollton Lady Warriors girls bowling team is off to a good start as they opened their season with two victories last week.

Last Monday, the Warriors defeated host Lake 2,179-2,141 at Park Center Lanes.

Jacque Kennedy led the Warriors with games of 171 and 184 for a 355. Tori Bright was next with games of 155 and 190 for a 345, and Courtney Maurer rolled games of 149 and 169 for a 318.

Patricia Kruprzak finished with a 149 and Destinee Stidom a 147.

In the Baker, the Warriors rolled a 592.

For Lake, Robyn King rolled a game-high 408.

Last Tuesday at the Hall of Fame Lanes, Carrollton rolled over Massillon 2,093-1,776.

Bright was high for the Warriors with games of 177 and 158 for a 335. Stidom followed with games of 140 and 149 for a 289, Kruprzak was next with games of 148 and 137 for a 285 and Kennedy rolled games of 159 and 113 for a 272.

Karah Power rolled a 180 and Maurer a 114 for the Warriors.
In the Baker, the Warriors rolled a 618.

Krista Leonard was high for the Tigers with a 359.

The Lady Warriors were to host Minerva Tuesday at Carroll Lanes and travel to Canton McKinley on Wednesday. Next week, Perry will visit the Warriors on Tuesday. On Dec. 21, the Warriors will host Canton Timken and on the 22nd, the Warriors will travel to St. Thomas Aquinas.

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