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December 19, 2013

BOWLING: MCBA’s Christmas Tourney a success

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Gail Campbell led this league with a 235 game and 561 series on Wednesday morning. The next-best scores were a 205 game and 532 series by Karen Kensicki.

Splits were converted by Carroll Hackworth (2-7), Beverly Brassfield (2-7) and Pat Harris (3-6-7-10).

High school bowling

The Madison Central and Madison Southern bowling teams will meet in a head-to-head match at 6 p.m. tonight at Galaxy.

High school teams compete for seven points. Two groups from each school bowl a two-game series with one point awarded for the high score in each of the four games. The teams then bowl two Baker games in which five bowlers from each school alternate bowling a frame with one point awarded for each Baker win. A final point is awarded for the highest pin total for all games.

The girl’s teams for both local schools include several key members who bowled last season. The Central boy’s team also has several veteran bowlers, but the Southern boys are in a rebuilding phase and have a very young team.

Both schools had other matches during the past week. Madison Central played host to Montgomery County at the Galaxy Center on Dec. 11 and met Corbin on the road on Dec. 17.

Central vs. Montgomery County

The Lady Indians downed Montgomery County 6-1 as Danielle Harrison (191), Debborah Harrison (181), Kaylee Speakman (149), Casey Dickerson (146), Nikki Vickery (135) and Brittany Scott (134) bowled the best games.

The Central girls won the first Baker match 132-102, but Montgomery won the second Baker match 148-136 for their only point.

The Central boys lost to Montgomery County 5-2 despite bowling some outstanding individual scores.

Freshman Corbin Roberts bowled a 223 game in only his second match. Other high games were rolled by Josh Maynard (209), Grant Willoughby (188), Daelyn White (173) and Blake Jackson (167).

Central at Corbin

 The Central boys downed the Redhounds 5-2 as Josh Maynard (205), Daelyn White (180), Grant Willoughby (176) and Blake Jackson (163) rolled the high games.

 The Lady Indians lost to Corbin by a 4-3 count. Central’s best games were 171 by Debborah Harrison, 162 by Casey Dickerson and 144 by Danielle Harrison.

 

Madison Southern

Madison Southern played host to Corbin on Dec. 12 and traveled to Lee County on Dec. 14 before returning for a home match with Clark County on Dec. 17.

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