Kelso had only four bowlers left when Mark Morris defeated the Hilanders 1,767-1498 in a non-league game on Tuesday in Triangle Bowl.
Despite being short on staff, Emily Strehle and Lindsay Walker posted the two highest run scores on the game. Strehle led the way with a final score of 395. She set the highest score in a single game and was the only bowler to break the 200 mark with a 213 in her second game. Walker posted a 344 for Kelso and was consistent with a 173 in game one and a 171 in game two.
Brooklyn Dillinger led MM in the game with a 324 after throwing a 166 in game one and then a 158. Natalia Breeden was next for the Monarchs with a 309, throwing MM’s highest single game score with an 183. Damarys Flores was just behind Breeden with a series score of 309.
Other scores for Kelso are a 214 from Lydda Aguilar and a 200 from Kai Patton.
Elise Aguirre finished with a 299 and Alex Perkins finished with a 253 to round out the score for MM.
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RIDGEFIELD – RA blew past Ridgefield long, 1938-1,649 in a 2A Greater St. Helens League bolwing game on Tuesday.
Four Lumberjills broke the 300 mark in Tuesday’s game. Ava Rodman led the way with a series score of 352 and reached a high of 185 in game two. Katie Lender-Aberle and Jade Walters were just behind Rodman with scores of 344 and 342 respectively. Lender-Aberle and Walters both also peaked in game two with a 185 and a 188.
“They have been our three-headed monster this year,” RAL coach Shane Berridge said of the trio. “Almost every week we get great performances from two, if not all three. It makes us a hard team to beat.”
Lily Mattison made her varsity debut on Tuesday with her two-handed bowling style. She posted a score of 335 series and had the best score for one game of all bowlers with a 201 in game two.
“It was really exciting to watch her develop as a freshman bowler,” Berridge said.
Natalie Bargen rounded out the score with a 293 for RAL.
Four of the Jills’ five bowlers posted their highest scores in the second game to take a big lead over the Spudders heading into the Baker games.
“The girls put in a great second game to calm the game,” Berridge said.
RAL won both Baker games 138-118 and 134-113 to cap the win.
RA Long was out again on Wednesday against Hudson’s Bay.