Port Clinton traveled to Tri County Bowl in Woodville Thursday and split varsity matches with Gibsonburg. The Lady Redskins rolled over the Gibsonburg girls for a 2505-2190 win. They rolled 859-852 the first 2 games and added 794 in Baker.
“The girls bowled very well tonight, but we still need to improve. Again, we had 3 low games in team and sort of lost our focus in Baker. These girls are working hard and I’m sure we will see them get better,” said Coach Bob Black.
Sophomore Reily Wittman led the Lady Skins with 187-231 for a 418 series. Juniors Alysia Zoeller rolled 204-194 for 398, Kassidy Mahler 181-164 for 345 and Eryn Binder rolled a 163 game.
Gibsonburg’s varsity boys held on for a 2635-2592 win over the Redskins. Freshman Kordell Blankenship led the Skins with games of 200-180 for 380, Darryl Trent 174-202 for 376, Jacob Reed 145-182 for 327 and Caleb Conrad 160-157 for 317.
“We lost another match we could have easily won,” said Coach Black. “We are not making spares and that has to improve if we are going to turn things around. Our first 2 matches have been very disappointing.”