HARRISON – The Roscommon varsity bowling teams traveled to Snowbird Lanes in Harrison to take on the Eagles of Farwell on Saturday, Dec. 16.
The boys team bowled first and after a shaky start to the morning, the Bucks came up short in the first two games of Baker play with losses of 162-121 and 124-90. The boys just didn’t have the spare game with them in the first two games.
In the next two games of team and match play there were a couple bright spots for the boys individually, but team-wise the Bucks struggled a bit losing both team games 668-603 and 746-623.
In the individual matches, the Bucks did take two in the first and only one in the second game. Led by freshman Kamaron Leach with games of 157-162 winning his game one match and sophomore Brady Briggs with games of 150-130 winning both of his matches.
Other scores were sophomores Hunter Prieshorn with 129-122, Ian Chen with a 99 and Austin Lytle with a 84 game. Freshmen Trever Streeter had a 110 game; Junior Logan Larange bowled a 83.
The Lady Bucks took to the lanes at 1 p.m. against a veteran Farwell Lady Eagles team. In the first two games of Baker the Lady Bucks had a few issues with the spare game as well, losing both Baker games 141-66 and 142-94.
A rough start to the day, but the Lady Bucks didn’t give up. In the two team and match play games they did lose both team games with scores of 640-547 and 719-488.
The Lady Bucks were lead by juniors Katie Petersen with games of 150-156 winning her first match and Cami LeRay with games of 137-94 winning her first game match.
Other notable bowlers were senior Savannah Stern with games of 87-74 and freshmen bowlers Amelia Klosowski with games of 101-82 and Virginia Coulter with games of 72-82.
“Both teams just seemed to be a little off and that happens,” said Roscommon coach David Osim. “With not a lot of experience in the sport both boy and girl teams are learning that not every day is your day out on the lanes.
“Sometimes it’s just not going to go well, but all you can do is just keep learning and getting better.”
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