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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 02/13/13
Romeo boy bowlers improveOn Feb. 6, the varsity boys had a tight battle with Cousino but were able to finish strong coming away with a 24-6 win and improving their record to 9-1.
record to 9-1 after Cousino win
Leadoff Dylan Stokes led the Bulldogs with 195-237 (432) winning both match points. All seven Romeo bowlers contributed to the win with nice games including Joseph Seefried with 236, Co-captain Kirk Lighcap with 224, and Patrick Brunkey with 222. Co-captain Andrew Nelson, Alex Finn, and Tyler Culver all bowled well and won match points for the team.
The varsity girls lost a close match with division leading Cousino, 19-11, dropping their record to 8-2. Co-captain Kayla Rziemkowski led the girls with a 177-205 (382) winning one of her match points. Co-captain Kaitlin Lowran bowled well in the anchor spot winning both of her match points with 178-162 (340). Co-captain Stephanie Seefried, Victoria Paquette, and Shana Torkelson were solid in the match but could not win a match point.
On Feb. 4, the varsity boys faced Port Huron at their home house once again, and this time Romeo came away with a hard fought 22.5-7.5 win improving their record to 8-1. Stokes led the attack from the leadoff spot winning both of his match points with a 223-245 (468). Also winning both match points was Nelson 215-246 (461) and Seefried 196-213 (409). Finn, split a match point and threw the clutch strike in the 10th frame to earn the game one tie with a team-high 258 game and finished with a 431 series. Culver, Brunkey, and Lightcap were instrumental in the win with their play but not able to secure match points.
The varsity girls had another good day on the lanes and bowled their best Baker set of the season which led to another win over Port Huron 27-3 improving their record to 8-1. Rziemkowski led the girls with a 175-191 (366) winning both of her match points. Also winning both match points was Lowran and a Paquette. Torkelson bowled a personal best and won a match point with a 172. Contributing to the win with some good bowling was Seefried and Geordin Craun.
The junior varsity boys were outscored by Port Huron 23-7 and their record drops to 5-4. Jake Peyerk bowled very well and led the Bulldogs with 190-225 (415). Brendan Leahy won the boys' lone match point in game one. Alex Marinkovski shot a nice 209 game but could not win a match point. Danny Bartolotta, Logan Schult, Blake Sparks, and Josh Marinkovski made some nice shots but could not win a match point.
Stokes keyed the varsity boys throwing the last 8 strikes in a row for a 246 in match game 1.