DESHLER — Patrick Henry swept Tinora in Friday’s non-league bowling action at Deshler Lanes.
The Lady Patriots trounced Tinora 2,107-1,643, while the boys team scored a 2,427-2,107 win.
Zayne Kuesel paced the Lady Pats with a 385, including a team-best 210 in the opening game. Sarah Breece added a 379, led by a 207 in the second game, while Rachel Breece scored 330. Angeline Parsons added a 304 for PH, which won all three Baker games.
Tyler Piercefield paced the boys team with a 238-pin average in scoring a team-best 476. Josh Hoops scored 386, while Cyruss Wyss added 366 and Seth Hathaway scored 339.
Eric Lichtenwald’s 399 led Tinora.
Patrick Henry goes on the road for a Northwest Ohio Athletic League match Friday against Liberty Center at River City Bowl-A-Way.
LC takes down Delta
SWANTON — Liberty Center boys held off Delta for a 2,301-2,240 Northwest Ohio Athletic League win Friday night at the Swanton Sports Center.
The Tigers led after both rounds of regulation bowling, with Tim Blanton leading the way with games of 244 and 248. Landon Amstutz followed with games of 235 and 204, while Cody McDougle tallied games of 147 and 158 and Cole Roth finished with games of 127 and 166.
LC won the first Baker game 171-142 to take a 151-pin lead. The Panthers won the next two Baker games (201-175 and 202-138), but it wasn’t enough to catch the Tigers, who are 7-1 overall and 6-1 in the league.
In the girls match, Liberty Center defeated Delta, 2,072-1,894.
Gwynn Murray led the Lady Tigers with games of 191 and 153, while Riley Garretson added games of 173 and 165. Other scores for LC were Madison Amstutz 153, 177; Hannah Roth 190; AJ Seedorf 165; Arianna Smith 125; and Jensen Sonnenberg 129.
The Lady Tigers swept the Baker games: 163-138, 158-134 and 130-102.
Liberty Center competes at the Baker Bash at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way Monday.
Napoleon edges Maumee
MAUMEE — Despite Maumee’s great performance in the Baker games, Napoleon’s boys bowling team held onto its 107-pin lead after the individual games to score a 2,559-2,535 win in Northern Lakes League play Thursday.
Michael Gallagher paced Napoleon with a 448, including 234 pins in his first game. Ashton Kiessling added a 429 and Riley Ehlers had 408 pins.
Maumee, which trailed 1,994-1,887 after the individual games, had scores of 212, 243 and 193 in the Baker games. Andrew Bick’s 458 led all scorers for Maumee.
The Lady Cats also competed against Maumee’s junior varsity boys team. Napoleon fell 1,851-1,843.
Ella Fox paced the Lady Cats with a 410, which included a 245 in her second game. Spencer Schwaiger scored a 342 and Jalin Ruple added 305.
Napoleon travels to Springfield for an NLL match Thursday.