Le Mars bowling takes down MMCRU/RSM
REMSEN ó The Le Mars Community bowling teams hit the road for just the second time this season and came away with a pair of wins over MMCRU/RSM on Thursday, January 3, 2019.
The Le Mars girls built up their lead in the first round of individual games as all six bowlers tapped 300 series scores. MMCRU/RSM had just one bowler surpass 300.
Alison Zimmerman led the Bulldogs with a 454 series with game scores of 231 and 223. She was the only bowler on either team to have a game above the 200 mark.
Kaitelin Konz was next for Le Mars with a 373 with her top game in the second just missing the 200 mark with a 197.
Lexi Schroeder was next with a 349 followed by Sydney Schoenfelder with a 341. Emma Jacobs had the final counting score for the team with a 330.
Bailey Penning topped the MMCRU/RSM team with a 305 series with her second game of 175 being best for the team on the day. Hailey Klein finished with similar scores within a point of each other to end the day with a 293 which was next best for the team.
Blacey Stodden rolled one point better than Megan Wurth with a 283. The final counting score went to Sidney Tritz with a 224.
MMCRU/RSM scored better in the first two Baker games before the Bulldogs won the next three and extended their lead out to a 2,660-2,121 win.
The Le Mars boys came away with a 3,015-2,468 win as five of their members surpassed 400 series scores.
Bryce Timp rolled a 179 to start but finished 100 points better in his second game to lead all bowlers with a 458 series.
Lane Poulson followed with a 418 series and had the top game score of the day with a 231.
The next three scores were all close to each other with Evan Berkenpas rolling a 406, one better than Trey Whiddon and three more than Jorden Presnall. Berkenpas and Whiddon had both games just over the 200 mark while Presnall rolled a 223 in his first game for the second highest score of the day in an individual game.
MMCRU/RSM had their best score from Drew Pierce who finished with a 380. Seth Nelson finished eight points back of Pierce as he concluded with a 221 second game for the teamís best individual game.
Mitch Rhodes was the only other player to roll above 200 for the team with a 201 in his second game as he finished with a 356 series. Austin Schwickerath was 30 points behind Rhodes while Ethan Gorczynski and Nathan Reusch tied for the final score for the team with a pair of 284 series.
MMCRU/RSM returns to action on Thursday, January 10 at home against West Sioux.