Port Clinton’s girls bowling team notched their 17th consecutive win this season beating Sandusky 2,781—a new school record— to 2,349.
Reilly Wittman’s 494 set led the Redskins, which had games of 967-935 and added 879 in the Baker round.
Alysia Zoeller rolled games of 216 and 180 for 396 pins. Eryn Binder rolled a 377 series, Kassidy Mahler a 176, and Jozlyn Seamon finished with 170.
“We are very pleased with the girl’s performance today,” Port Clinton’s coach Bob Black said. “It appears we are ready for the tournaments. All the girls bowled very good today. Reilly was really on, striking 17 out of 23 shots. She has a very strong release, and she will get even better next year. Eryn Binder has also stepped up with her improvement, and of course, Alysia is always pretty strong.”
Sandusky’s boys rolled over the Redskins 2,927 to 2,522. Alex Camerato led Port Clinton with games of 192 and 209 for a 401 series. Kordell Blankenship tossed a 394 set, Blaise Hoffman 312, and Shelby Radloff a 301.
“Alex has really stepped his game up recently, and is understanding how good he can be,” Black said. “Kordell is continuing to improve and is understanding what it takes. Blaise has also stepped up. I look forward to them playing bigger roles next year.”
The Redskins girls will compete in Friday’s sectional tournament at Star Lanes at the Harbor beginning at 5 p.m. The boys bowl Saturday at 11 a.m.