WHS girls open with win over Falcons


WILMINGTON — In the first bowling match of the season, Wilmington defeated Clinton-Massie Wednesday at Royal Z Lanes.

The non-league match had the Hurricane on top 2,270 to 1,760.

Kylie Fisher, who qualified for the state tournament last season as a freshman, had a 392 two-game series, including a 215 game.

But WHS had four other solid scores among the individuals. Wilmington had a 560 baker set, just 12 pins better than Clinton-Massie in that part of the match.

Lacie Sandlin led the Falcons with a 329 series (164, 165). Khyla Jaramillo actually had the high individual game for Clinton-Massie with a 167.

SUMMARY

Nov. 23, 2022

@Royal Z Lanes

Wilmington girls 2270, Clinton-Massie 1760

WHS: Lila Carter 183, 153; Kiley Comberger 140, 161; Lexus Reiley 165, 188; Tori Piatt 151, 177; Kylie Fisher 177, 215; BAKERS-161, 95, 145, 159

CM: Ava Dondero na, 71; Rylie Gilbert 102, 101; Khyla Jaramillo 167, 156; Mollie Miracle 104, 84; Lacie Sandlin 164, 165; Peyton Bills 88, na; BAKERS 129, 141, 141, 137

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