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Round 6 of high school action completed at Wawasee Bowl

Posted on Dec. 2, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Dec. 2, 2013 at 2:02 p.m.

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Elkhart Memorial boys remained unbeaten atop the standings with a two-match lead while three teams are now tied for the top spot in the girls division after Week 6 competition Tuesday, Nov. 26 at Wawasee Bowl in Syracuse, Ind.

With their 20-0 win over a shorthanded Fairfield team the Memorial boys moved to 6-0, two ahead of Concord, Northridge and Wawasee. The Memorial girls also topped Fairfield and with Jimtown downing Concord all three schools sit atop the standings with 5-1 records.

Boys recap

Goshen moves to 3-3 with their 17-3 win over NorthWood as the draw team. John Andrews led the Redskins with 230-148 (378) while Grant Kercher added 148-220 (368).

Concord stayed in contention at 4-2 with a tightly contested 12.5-7.5 win over Jimtown. The teams tied the first game at 883 with Jimtown gaining 5.5 points to Concord’s 4.5. The Minutemen then took control in game two with an 8-2 victory. Kenny Baltimore’s 207-196 (403) led Concord with Joey Juday topping Jimtown’s efforts with 210-189 (399).

Memorial blanked shorthanded Fairfield 20-0 to remain unbeaten at 6-0. Chase Sulok’s 204-205 (409) series led the way for the Chargers.

Northridge moved to 4-2 on a 17.5-2.5 victory over NorthWood. Michael Schlabach 243-177 (420) and Josh Garfien 215-193 (418) topped a solid effort for the Raiders. Christian Zentz posted a 216 game for the 0-6 NorthWood team.

Wawasee topped Central 11-9 in a low scoring match. Wawasee, now 4-2, was led to the win by Andrew Wright’s 171-195 (366) series. Walter Griffin III led Central with 169-182 (351). Central drops to 2-4 with their fourth consecutive loss.

Boys standings

School

Wins

Points

Memorial

6

89.5

Concord

4

82.5

Northridge

4

71.5

Wawasee

4

67.5

Jimtown

3

72.5

Goshen

3

65.5

Central

2

68

NorthWood

0

13.5

Fairfield

0

3

Bye / Draw

4

66.5

Boys top 10 averages

Jacob Tucker, 203.4; Andrew Wright, 198.7; Michael Schlabach, 197.7; Joey Juday, 195.8; Marquied Emmons, 191.4; Josh Garfein, 189.8; Walter Griffin III, 188.8; Kenny Baltimore, 187.6; Chase Sulok, 185.7; Chance Livings, 180.8.

Girls recap

Goshen downed NorthWood as the draw team 15.5-4.5 to even their record at 3-3. Sara Vincze topped Goshen with 181-185 (366).

Jimtown avenged an earlier loss to Concord in position round bouncing back for a 16-4 win pulling even with both Concord and Memorial atop the standings at 5-1. The Lady Jimmies were led by Natosha Adams 209-164 (373) series. Wendy McQueen’s 179 game led Concord.

Memorial moved to 5-1 with their 18-2 win over short-handed Fairfield. Taylor Hanner’s 180 game was top for Memorial while Kassi Rosenberry rolled 188-182 (370) for Fairfield.

Northridge topped NorthWood 17-3 to even their record at 3-3. Kelly Soard’s 191-179 (370) and Kyla Meade with 180-181 (361) topped NorthWood. Courtney Holdeman’s 181 game paced the 1-5 Panthers.

Central also moved to 3-3 with a 20-0 blanking of short-handed Wawasee. Lizzy Glaser again topped the Blazer efforts with 221-184 (405) while Samantha Hughey added 170-225 (395).

Girls standings

School

Wins

        Points
Memorial

5

100

Concord

5

95

Jimtown

5

85.5

Northridge

3

68

Central

3

57

Goshen

3

53.5

NorthWood

1

32

Fairfield

1

15

Wawasee

0

21.5

Bye / Draw

4

72.5

Girls top 10 averages

Elizabeth Glaser, 196.5; Brianna Ferro, 18.3; Kyla Meade, 176.0; Haley Garcia, 170.1; Brooklyn Shutz, 170.1; Kaitlyn West, 166.4; Jennica Adams, 163.0; Samantha Hughey, 162.9; Megan Best, 162.9; Kassi Rosenberry, 162.8.

Week 7 competition will be at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Maple City Bowl in Goshen.

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