Falcon bowlers hold off Mustangs for 46-pin win


The Clinton-Massie boys bowling team held off Lynchburg-Clay 2,304 or 2,258 Friday in a non-league match at Royal Z Lanes.

“Lynchburg is a very good team,” CM coach Shonda Marburger said. “We did not bowl our potential during our regular games but, this time, the baker games saved us.”

CM finished with baker games of 206, 145 and 213.

Overall, Jacob Wellman paced the Massie scoring with a 372 series on games of 224 and 148. Aric France had 181 and 161 while Kenton McInerney had 338 on 171 and 167.

Joey Marburger finished with 156 and 168 while Corey Potts had a single game of 201 and Chandler Morsch had a single game of 163.

In the girls games, Lynchburg-Clay had 1,720 while Massie had 899.

Emily Rager had 243 (126 and 117) and Jennifer Callewaert had 241 (122 and 119). Kylie Harvey had games of 113 and 92.

Baker games for the Lady Falcons were 90 and 120.

In the reserve boys match, the Falcons pulled out a 1,501 to 1,472 victory.

Adin Lamb led the Falcons with a 258 series (135, 123).

Marburger said the CM reserve squad continues to show improvement.

Logan Rauh had games of 135 and 116 (251) and Luke Campbell finished with 119 and 122 (241). Hunter Broderick had 95 and 142 and John Gehringer totaled 106 and 116.

Baker games were 112, 87 and 93.

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