Chiefs split with Tecumseh; Graham sweeps North Union – Tuesday bowling scores

The Bellefontaine varsity girls beat Tecumseh 2,602 – 1,964 at TP Lanes.

Leading the Lady Chiefs was Freshman Gracie Hood with a 460 series (203, 257), Kayla Watkins fired a 394 series (214, 180), Chloe Heminger rolled a 380 series (212, 168), Aubrey Hudson tallied a 351 series (158, 193), and Haylee Yelton added a 172 game.

Bellefontaine shot 909 in the first game and 970 in the second game and added 723 baker scores for 2,602.

The Lady Chiefs improve to 9-1 on the season.

Bellefontaine’s JV team won by forfeit with a final score of 1,941.

Navaeh LaFollette led the Lady Chiefs with a 317 series (168, 149), Hilary Horn had a 299 series with a 172 game, Kyrah Moon added 164 game, Avery Mullins fired a 151 game, and Isaabelle Gunnett rolled a 148 game.

The Bellefontaine varsity boys fell to Tecumseh 2,713 – 2,066 at TP Lanes.

Eli Stone led the Chiefs with a 375 series (225, 150) and Drake Argabright rolled a 357 series (200, 157).

Bellefontaine’s JV also lost to Tecumseh 2,042 – 1,754.

Alex Williams rolled 158 and Jacob Lynch fired a 148 for the Chiefs.

Bellefontaine will host North Union Friday at TP Lanes.

Graham’s varsity girls rolled past North Union 2,333 – 1,688.

For the Lady Falcons, they were led by Gracie Astry with a 373 series (172, 201), Mackenzie Clark fired a 359 series (197, 162), Kailey Dowty tallied a 353 series (170, 183), Maddi Murphy rolled a 290 series ( 130, 160), Hillman Jorden bowled a 180 game and Ashlynn Monaghan had a 114 game.

The Graham varsity boys also defeated North Union 2,808 – 1,816.

The Indian Lake varsity girls defeated Northwestern 2,266 – 2,063 at Victory Lanes in Springfield.

For the Lady Lakers, Kayleigh Zedlitz led with a 416 series (193, 223).

Samantha Johnson rolled her personal high series tonight with a 404 (203, 201), Jaelyn Hughes fired a 199 game.

Indian Lake is back in action Wednesday when they travel back down to Victory Lanes to take on Tecumseh.

In the varsity boys match, Northwestern topped Indian Lake 2,780 – 2,056.