Hurricane boys sweep, girls lose at LeElla


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Ryan Hottinger had a 278 game and 469 series Monday at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House.

Ryan Hottinger had a 278 game and 469 series Monday at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House.


Linda Rinehart | News Journal

The Wilmington High School boys and girls bowling teams split matches Monday at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House.

Competing against Miami Trace and Washington Senior, the WHS boys won 2 matches while the WHS girls lost 2 matches.

For the girls, Hanna Lunsford led with a 322 series and a 168 high game. Mason Noland had a 300 series.

The girls were without the services of Katie Hottinger, who missed the match because she had her Wisdom teeth pulled earlier in the day, coach Joe Davis said.

For the boys, Ryan Hottinger was the top scorer with games of 278 and 191 for a 469 series.

Wilmington trailed Trace by 27 pins and led Washington by 74 pins after the first game. However, the Hurricane put together a strong second game and led the Panthers by 98 pins and the Blue Lions by 156 pins.

Washington started out strong in the Baker games, Davis said, cutting the deficit to just 49 pins going into the finale. Davis said the Hurricane put together a good third Baker game and posted the wins.

Ryan Hottinger had a 278 game and 469 series Monday at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/12/web1_BWL.wil_.ryanhottinger1.jpgRyan Hottinger had a 278 game and 469 series Monday at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House. Linda Rinehart | News Journal

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