Panthers boys take third at SCOC tourney

Panthers boys take third at SCOC tourney


Panthers boys take third at SCOC tourney



Local high school bowling teams began their seasons Monday in the South Central Ohio Conference Kickoff Tournament Monday at Tiki Lanes.

The format was two team games and two Baker games.

Zanesville’s girls, behind silver medalist Erika Savage, were first of seven teams and the boys were a close second to champion Chillicothe. Maysville’s boys, led by gold medalist Parker Bash, were third and the girls were fourth.

Savage totaled 213-421 and Tamaira Hina 245-393 for Zanesville, which totaled 2,209. Lancaster was second (1,798), Chillicothe third (1,781), Logan fifth (1,707), Lancaster Fisher Catholic sixth (1,471) and New Lexington seventh (1,116).

Maysville totaled 1,757 as Shawna Lambert shot 177-347, Kaleigh Bennett 199-344 and Amy Reed 146-290. Its Baker games were 135 and 181.

New Lexington’s girls were led by Morgan Stickdorn’s 160-314.

Chillicothe’s boys used a 266 second Baker game to edge Zanesville 2,336-2,326 as Robbie Vest had 233-427 and Trevor Chaney 212-414. Fisher Catholic was fourth (2,169), Logan fifth (2,120), Lancaster sixth (2,115) and New Lexington seventh (2,025).

Scottie Gifford shot a 230-453 to earn bronze medalist honors for Zanesville, which also had got a 218-410 from Brandon Travis, a 217-388 from Matt Devoll and a 206-388 from Bradley Wilson.

Bash rolled a 254-479 as Maysville totaled 2,178. Dean Murphy rolled a 225-392 and Brandon Hatfield a 195-353 for the Panthers, which finished with Baker games of 188 and 178.

Maysville’s Blue team was first overall in the reserve match with 1,963. Freshman Wesley Stalnaker rolled a 244-438 to lead the team while classmate Morgan Browning added a 178-325 and sophomore Cody Ward a 159-303.

The Maysville Gold team finished second with 1,868 as freshmen Tristan Murphy posted a 193-370 and Tanner Stutes a 184-353.

Isaiah Bell shot a 178-351 and Nick Malick a 181-339 as Zanesville was third with 1,773.

Zanesville was second in the reserve girls match with 1,127. Kayla Dodson had a 167-276 for the Lady Devils.


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