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Rich Hughey is a bowler, league officer, high school coach and U.S. Bowling Congress director. In Striking it Rich, Hughey rolls bowling news from the Heart City and beyond.



Top teams keep winning as high school squads visit Maple City Bowl

Posted on Nov. 21, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Nov. 21, 2013 at 9:21 a.m.

The Elkhart Memorial boys team along with the Concord and Jimtown girls squads all remained unbeaten in Michiana Central Conference High School bowling competition on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at Maple City Bowl in Goshen

Memorial won two close games in their 15-5 win over Central. Concord moved into 2nd place in the boy’s standings downing Fairfield 20-0. Memorial and Concord will face off in the first position round next week.

The Concord girls blanked Fairfield 20-0, while Jimtown downed NorthWood 18-2 to stay perfect atop the girl’s standings. Concord and Jimtown will square off in the position round next week with sole possession of first place on the line.

Boys recap

Wawasee topped NorthWood 18-2 on the strength of Andrew Wright’s 188-258 (446) series. Christian Zentz’ 329 series led NorthWood’s efforts.

Memorial was led by Jacob Tucker’s 181-223 (404) effort in downing Central 15-5. Danden Solomon added 217-165 (382) for Memorial. Thiler Claxton 225-172 (397) and Garrett Moles 197-181 (378) were high for Central.

Goshen was consistent in defeating Northridge 18-2 with Brad Chupp’s 190-186 (376) leading the way. Jarrett Thomas led Northridge on 205-182 (387).

Concord blanked a short-handed Fairfield squad 20-0. Marquied Emmons’ 216 game topped Concord’s efforts.

Jimtown and Wawasee as the draw team tied 10-10, with Wawasee taking the win with a 1603-1478 edge in total pins. Carl Prince’s 169-178 (347) topped Jimtown’s efforts.

Boys standings

School

Wins

Points

Memorial

4

59.5

Concord

3

60

Jimtown

2

55

Central

2

49

Goshen

2

43.5

Wawasee

2

41.5

Northridge

2

37

NorthWood

0

8

Fairfield

0

2

Bye

3

44.5

Girls recap

NorthWood downed a short-handed Wawasee team 17.5-2.5. Courtney Holdeman with 161-136 (297) led NorthWood to the win while Allison Harney led Wawasee with 175-136 (311).

Memorial subbed freely using nine bowlers while overwhelming Central 18-2. Brooklyn Shutz’ 160 game led Memorial while Kaci Schieber’s 179 game topped Central’s effort.

Northridge topped Goshen 17-3 paced by Kyla Meade’s 182-213 (395). Sara Vincze’s 161-173 (334) was best for Goshen.

Concord blanked a short-handed Fairfield squad 20-0. Kaitlyn West posted the highest girl’s series of the season with 232-196 (428) while Haley Garcia added a solid 191-190 (381) for Concord. Kassi Rosenberry led Fairfield with 165-195 (360).

Jimtown stayed unbeaten downing NorthWood as the draw team 18-2. Brianna Ferro paced Jimtown with 166-172 (338).

Girls standings

School

Wins

Points

Concord

4

74.5

Jimtown

4

66

Memorial

3

65

Northridge

2

48

Goshen

1

27.5

NorthWood

1

19.5

Central

1

19

Fairfield

1

11

Wawasee

0

12.5

Bye

3

57

Week five competition will be a position round at Country Club Lanes at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 19. 

 

 




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