CM bowlers top McClain, lose to Hillsboro

News Journal Staff

HILLSBORO — The Clinton-Massie bowling teams split matches with Hillsboro and McClain Monday at Highland Lanes.

The CM boys had 2,435 and lost to Hillsboro (2,721) but defeated McClain (2,332).

“We were down to McClain after the first game but the boys came back strong in their second game to get the win,” CM coach Shonda Marburger said.

The Lady Falcons had 1,712 and topped McClain (1,481) but lost to Hillsboro (2,128).

For the boys, Corey Potts led the way with 433 (198 and 235) while Joey Marburger had 413 (210 and 203). Aric France had 399 (170 and 229).

Single games were bowled by Jacob Wellman (160), Chandler Morsch (193), David Poynter (175) and Kenton McInerney (148).

Baker games for the boys were 182, 154 and 178.

For the girls, Kathryn Wilson led with 311 (170 and 141) and Josie Wolfe was next with 285 (129 and 156).

“Some of the girls struggled to find their mark on Highland’s synthetic lanes,” Marburger said. “First and foremost you need to hit your mark and then make adjustments from there. This is something our girls need to work on.”

Casey Cochran had 256 (121 and 135), Katie Starnes had 244 (132 and 112) and Gwen Broderick 231 (124 and 107).

Baker games for the girls were 134, 126 and 125.

For the Clinton-Massie reserve girls, Rachel Cochran was the top bowler with 284 (115 and 169). Brittany Fry had 260 (112 and 148), Jennifer Callewaert 248 (119 and 129) and Carole Umstead 233 (104 and 129).

Baker games for the JV Lady Falcons were 152, 119 and 141.

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