Kassidy Mahler rolled 181-189 as visiting Port Clinton’s girls bowling team remained unbeaten in 13 matches.
Eryn Binder had a game of 166, Sam Stroupe a 159 and Jozlynn Seamon a 147.
“Kassidy bowled very good (Wednesday),” Redskins coach Bob Black said. “She is improving on her spare shooting. Her scores have been improving the past few matches. Overall, we were so-so during the two team games and didn’t play Baker very good. We’ll have to step it up (today) against Huron and for our Redskins Tournament on Saturday.”
Darryl Trent had games of 223 and 204 for Port Clinton’s boys. Dave Wilburn went 193-175, Cameron Bice had a 208 game and Andy Batterton a 183. Caleb Conrad rolled a 182 for the Redskins (4-9).
“The boys are continuing to have good outings after a difficult start to the season,” Black said. “Darryl and Dave have been scoring leaders all season, and Cameron is coming on as a freshman.”