Urbana tops Indian Lake, Graham sweeps BL – Tuesday bowling scores

Area bowling teams were in action Tuesday.

The Benjamin Logan varsity girls lost to Graham 2,294 – 2,097.

The Lady Raiders were led by Sarah Folk with a 364 series (194, 170), Malori Barnes fired a 338 series (151, 187), and Reece Plikerd chipped in with a 173 game.

Benjamin Logan is back in action Friday against Indian Lake at 4 PM at TP Lanes.

The Raider varsity boys fell to Graham 2,972 – 2,448.

Leading Benjamin Logan was Max Mannings with a 359 series (180, 179), Jarrett Buckenroth rolled a 356 series (182, 174), and Gage Hamm tallied a 350 series (172, 178).

Brayson Dafler fired a game-high 191.

In the Varsity Baker Games, Graham won 3 out of 4.

The Raiders are now 7 – 5 in the CBC.

The Benjamin Logan JV team beat Graham 2,186 – 2,037.

The Raiders were led by Jason Timple with a 337 series (179, 158) and Hayden Godwin recorded a 324 series (177, 147). Daven Williams rolled a game-high 180.

In the JV Baker Games, Ben Logan took 3 out of 4 contests.

The JV Raiders are now 8-1.

Benjamin Logan will return to action this Friday at TP Lanes vs. Indian Lake. Matches will start at 4 p.m.

The Indian Lake varsity girls lost to Urbana 2,346 – 2,119.

Jaelyn Hughes led the Lady Lakers with a 401 series (221, 180) and Samantha Johnson had a 348 series (160, 188).

Indian Lake is back in action Friday, celebrating their seniors at TP Lanes when they host Benjamin Logan at 4 p.m.

Riverside hosted Newton at TP Lanes.

The Lady Pirates edged out Newton 1,657 – 1,655.

Kaitlyn Jackson led Riverside with a 256 series and a 133 game and Kyleigh Duff added a 129 game.

For the boys, Riverside beat Newton 2,701 – 2,257.

Andrew Knight led the Pirates with a 445 series and a 237 game. Zander Crouch added a 437 series.

The West Liberty-Salem varsity girls fell to Emmanuel Christian 2,078 – 1,638.

Leading the Lady Tigers was Lilly Gearheart with a 154, Elli Ullery had a 149, Alyssa Mueller rolled a 145, Haylee Earles recorded a 125, Alexis Lowe added a 93, and Andrea Stokes fired a 74 game.

In the boys game, WL-S beat Emmanuel Christian 2,407 – 2,148.

The Tigers were led by Caleb Baumgardner who fired a 225 game, Kaden Francis had a 211, Eli Ullery rolled a 187, Adam Jennings fired a 165, and Devon Jones tallied 163.