EVANS MATCH


JONES MATCH

 


OAK RIDGE MATCH

Postponed by Oak Ridge due to scheduling conflicts.

 


EVANS MATCH

 

The girls varsity took control in the first game of the match by a score of 620 to 539 and never looked back in the easy 2021 to 1464 win over Evans Tuesday night in a match bowled at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka. This increased their record to 6-4. Leading the way for the Lady Darters were Catrina Cruger with a 203 game and a 479 series and Robin Wright with a 471 series. Starting their first varsity match were Stephanie Baer, Ashley Preston, and Christina Cordello. “This was a nice chance to play and start some of our younger players for the varsity. The match was never in doubt, and everybody had a chance to play. It was also our first night match ever, and that was fun also.”

The boys varsity increased their record to 7 wins and 3 losses with an easy win over Evans. The score was 2685 to 2109. Kyle Paxson led the way with 3 games over 228 and a nice 732 series. James Morris got to see his first varsity action. “This match was also decided by the 5th frame of the first game. We won the first game by almost 300 pins and let almost everyone play. It was nice to relax a little and try some new ideas as we get ready for a tough upcoming week with 3 matches, including always tough Timber Creek and Edgewater. Those 2 teams, Winter Park, West Orange and us are all capable of beating each other at any given moment; and one of these should be the district champ crowned November 9 at Boardwalk Bowl in the district championship.”

The JV boys won by forfeit. They now have a record of 9 wins and 1 loss for the season.

The JV girls won by forfeit. They are now 7 and 3 for the season.

 


JONES MATCH


The boys varsity bowling team increased their record to 8 wins and 3 losses with a 2704 to 1012 win over Jones HS Thursday afternoon. Charles Morris had a nice 264 game and 623 series. Kyle Paxson had a 259 game and a 645 series.

The girls varsity increased their record to 7 wins and 4 losses with an easy win over Jones. The score was 1846 to 907. Amy Seay led the team with a 181 game and a 441 series.

 

 

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