CoEd Varsity Bowling
Game Summaries & Headlines.
The future of Quincy High School bowling looked bright last night as the JV bowlers again had a chance to roll vs the East Jackson team. The young Oriole squad shot a 135 game for baker one and powered through the front 5 in baker two, picking up spares in all but one attempt and finished off an impressive 220 baker to secure all 10 baker points. Freshmen Brady Harper again scored for the Orioles with a 153 game, taking his singles average to a 128 this season. Dylan Bounlangsy added to the overall pin count with 109 and 132 games. David Milliman scored twice for the Orioles with 164 and 140 games as did Gavin Wood with a 135 and 125. Anchor Cody Neusbaum also tallied two points with 160 and 190 games. Carson White scored for the Orioles in game two with a 133. Quincy went on to win 27-3.
In Varsity boys action, despite several 7-10 splits in baker play, Quincy took baker one and overall points 314-298. It was all Quincy from there. In game one 4 Orioles scored with Brodie Mainstone's 230 game leading the way. Brandt Neely scored with a 213, Brody Glei with a 181, and Caden Moore with a 183. Dylan Bean chipped in 168 pins for the overall total points as well. Bean tore through game two dropping 178 pins, Brodie Mainstone shot a 204 but was outmatched by his opponent, and the other Oriole point game from Brody Glei who shot a 194.
The O's went on to win singles 1883-1726 and the contest 22-8.
The lady O's found themselves in a hole early as they dropped both baker games 343-274. In game one of singles they battled back, down by as many as 130 pins, but lost by 30. Scoring for the Orioles were Carlie McKinley with a 167, Jenica Kaser with a142, and Torrance Swift with a 205. In game two Swift scored the lone Oriole point with a 180 game. East Jackson went on to win 26-4.
Quincy now shifts their focus to the Conference singles tournament at Jax 60 on Saturday followed by Regionals Feb. 28th and 29th.