CoEd Varsity Bowling
Game Summaries & Headlines.
Quincy again traveled to Jax 60 to face off against Vandercook Lake.
In varsity boys action Quincy struggled to mark in game one of bakers capturing only 97 pins. Baker two was better but still an uphill battle for the Orioles as they dropped that game 163-157. Vandercook took all 10 points in baker action.
Singles was a different story as the Orioles settled down and shot impressive scores matching some hot hands from the Vandy boys. Brandt Neely remained perfect through the front 5 as did Damien Rodriguez. It was back and forth between the two. Neely ended with a 256 while dropping his pint to Rodriquez who shot a 274. Dylan Bean also failed to score while shooting a solid 181. Despite the point loss they still added to the team total shooting a season high 1004 and capturing those four points. Caden Moore shot a 234 and Brody Glei and 203 both taking points in head to head totals. After bakers and one single the Orioles still trailed 13-6. It was all Quincy in game two as they O's started out slow but piled on throughout the game taking 4 points in singles, 4 points for game two total, and 2 points for overall totals. Scoring for the Orioles were Brandt Neely with a 246 securing a 502 series, Caden Moor with a 188, Brodie Mainstone with a 190 and Brody Glei with a 198. The Orioles went on to one 16-14 outscoring Vandy 1946-1798 in singles action.
In girls action it came down to the wire. Quincy lead early shooting a 200 in baker two after dropping baker one by just 8 pins. With the win and overall pin count Quincy was up 6-4 heading to singles action. Quincy failed to capture overall pin count in game one while 3 Orioles scored in the contest. Jenica Kaser shot a 173, Carlie McKinley a 138, and Daylin Fuller a 214. Madison Wineland chipped in a career high 129. Down 10-9 heading into game two of singles Quincy had to fight hard to take the lead late in the 7th frame. Down by as many as 75 pins the Orioles would see two ties from Kaser and Fuller taking a half point each as did the girls from Vandy. Carlie McKinley marked in the final 3 frames to pull ahead of her opponent by just 4 pins securing another Quincy point. Torrance Swift would shoot an mpressive game at 207 sealing the win for the Orioles. Despite the success Quincy dropped overall totals 1533-1526. Quincy still hung on and pulled out a tough win 16-14.
Quincy is in action on Thursday at Midway Lanes vs Jonesville.