Reilly Wittman had a 394 series (189-205) as Port Clinton’s girls bowling team remained unbeaten in four matches.
The Redskins had team games of 855 and 829 before adding 814 in Baker Games.
“Our girls were much more consistent,” Port Clinton coach Bob Black said. “Our lowest two-game score was 313 – very impressive. We still need to continue to improve our spare shooting and I believe we can shoot in the 2,600s. I am pleased our team average is about 815.”
Kassidy Mahler rolled 334 (183-151), Alysia Zoeller 324 (146-178) and Eryn Binder 319 (168-151) for Port Clinton. Samantha Stroupe added a 313 (169-144).
Darryl Trent rolled a 461 series (241-220) for the Redskins’ boys. Dave Wilburn rolled 440 (223-217), Caleb Conrad 403 (211-192) and freshman Kordell Blankenship added a 170 game for Port Clinton (0-4).
“We were only down 25 pins entering the last Baker game” Black said. “They struck and we had several open frames costing us the win. It’s the first time we’ve scored close to our ability so I think we will be more competitive now.”