Fayette Co. teams sweep CM bowlers

News Journal Staff

WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE — The Clinton-Massie boys and girls bowling teams lost two matches Wednesday to Washington and Miami Trace at LeElla Lanes.

For the girls, Miami Trace had 2,146, Washington bowled 2,018 and Massie finished with 1,961.

The Lady Falcons posted their highest Baker game with a 198. “They were very consistent with their individual games as well,” said CM coach Shonda Marburger. Other Baker games were 140 and 130.

Casey Cochran, a first-year bowler, led CM with a 324 (166 and 158). “Casey has been a great addition to the team,” Marburger said.

Katie Starnes had 320 (146 and 174) while Kathryn Wilson was right behind at 318 (160 and 158). Gwen Broderick had 277 (139 and 138) while Josie Wolfe had 254 (128 and 126).

On the boys side, the Panthers had 2,703, the Blue Lions 2,575 and the Falcons 2,123.

Marburger lamented the CM boys lack of success in Baker games — 198, 123 and 124.

“The boys team is struggling with Baker games, as two of the three were below 125,” she said. “With their abilities, their games should not be that low.”

Aric France was the top Falcon with a 442 series (224 and 218).

Joey Marburger had 335 (161 and 174), David Poynter 308 (139 and 169), Corey Potts 302 (180 and 122). Single games were by Jacob Wellman 128 and Kenton McInerney 163.


News Journal Staff