In action at Star Lanes at the Harbor Thursday, Jan. 22, the Lady Redskin bowlers advanced to 11-0 on the season, 9-0 in NOBC play as they won over Gibsonburg 2631-1925.
Eryn Binder and Reilly Wittman tied for medalist honors with 393 sets. Eryn with games of 204-189 and Reilly with games of 205-188. Jozlyn Seamon rolled games of 179-172 for a 351 set and Sam Stroupe 155-185 for 340. Kassidy Mahler rolled a 151.
“Our girls were very impressive tonight with their scores,” said Coach Bob Black. “Our spare shooting was better and several girls strung strikes. Eryn has improved her arm-swing and is hitting the pocket consistently. Jozlyn has returned to her good bowling. Sam, as usual, is very solid and our best spare shooter. Reilly has found her strike ball again and her scores are improving. We’re getting ready for tournaments.”
The Gibsonburg boys rolled an 847 middle game to defeat the Redskin boys 2366-2164, dropping the Redskins to 0-12 on the season.
“Our boys need to learn how to focus in practice and apply that to competition,” said Coach Black. “There is some talent there and they have improved since the beginning of the season, but they do not have the desire to master things like spare shooting which can lead to victories.”
Cameron Bice led the Redskins again with 151-170 for 321. Kordell Blankenship rolled 169-156 for 325. Alex Camerato added a 158.
Both the Port Clinton and Gibsonburg squads will participate in the Redskin Tournament Saturday at Star Lanes at the Harbor.