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Bellefontaine boys, Benjamin Logan girls win tri-match

TP Lanes hosted a tri-match featuring Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, and Springfield Shawnee Tuesday afternoon.

In varsity boys, Bellefontaine won the match with a 2,752. Benjamin Logan followed with a 2,588 and Springfield Shawnee recorded a 2,248.

Roman Miller paced the Chiefs with games of 238 and 190 for a 428 series.

Devin Legge fired a 220 and a 182 for a 402 series.

Alex Richards had a 233 game, Joey Jacobs shot a 215, Dylan Legge tossed a 200, and Cody Hullinger added a 193.

For Benjamin Logan, Weston Easter had games of 230 and 204 for a 434 series.

Logan Wenger fired a 226 and a 195 for a 421 series.

David Miller had a 237 game.

The Braves won the JV boys match with an 1,868, Bellefontaine shot a 1,660, and Benjamin Logan tallied a 1,557.

Nathan Wilson led the Chiefs with a 185 game and a 319 series.

Benjamin Logan captured the varsity girls match with an 1,882, Springfield Shawnee was right behind with an 1,874, and Bellefontaine shot a 1,791.

Danielle Jones led the Raiders with games of 213 and 171 for a 384 series.

Becca Crum tossed a 161 and a 136 for a 297 series.

Deanndra Carpenter fired a 137.

The Raiders will visit Tipp City on Friday.

For Bellefontaine, Allie Skelly had games of 159 and 169 for a 328 series.

Sierra Rhoades shot a 133 and Peighton Wagoner added a 131.

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