Wilmington and Clinton-Massie split non-league bowling matches Wednesday at Royal Z Lanes on a night seniors from both schools were honored.
The Falcons won the boys match 2,482 to 2,387 while the Lady Hurricane won the girls match 2,246 to 1,484.
In the girls match, Emily Rager had a 261 series while Brittany Fry finished with a 244 series. Kylie Harvey had 201 series.
Baker games for Massie were 151, 124 and 114.
On the boys side, Aric France is the lone CM senior.
“Aric is a great leader and teammate,” Massie coach Shonda Marburger said of France, a four-year member of the CM bowling team.
France then went out and led the Falcons with a 412 series (207 and 205). Joey Marburger had a 244 games en route to a 408 series.
Also for Massie, Jacob Wellman had a 382 series and Corey Potts 354. Single games were bowled by Kenton McInerney 212 and Chandler Morsch 189.
Baker games for Massie were 185, 200, 142.
“The boys bowled well,” Marburger said. “It was a very ‘relaxed’ night as we recognized the seniors from both teams.”
In the reserve match, Clinton-Massie defeated Greeneview 1,821 to 1,613. The Rams also use Royal Z Lanes as their home lanes.
Luke Campbell had his high series (303) and game (177) of the season.
“He told me that his goal this year was to bowl a 175 and that he made it,” Marburger said. “Luke has came a long way this year. He has a great attitude and I look forward to see his improvement for next season.”
John Gehringer had a 292 series while Adin Lamb and Logan Rauh both finished with 254 series. Hunter Broderick had a 238 series.
Baker games were 127, 113, 117 and 123.