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Three teams pick up prep bowling sweeps

  • Author: Anchorage Daily News
  • Updated: 4 days ago
  • Published 4 days ago

ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Pins fly as a young bowler rolls a strike at the Sean Rash Stars of the Future bowling tournament Thursday Dec. 27, 2012 at Jewel Lake Bowl.

Eagle River, Dimond and South picked up Anchorage Scholastic Bowling League sweeps Thursday at Center Bowl in Anchorage.

The Wolves and Lynx boys rolled to 33-2 wins over Chugiak and Bartlett, respectively, while the South boys knocked off Service 29-6.

The Eagle River girls also defeated Bartlett 33-2, with the Dimond girls knocking off Chugiak 31-4 and South beating Service 29-6.

The only split was in the East-West showdown, with the T-birds boys winning 33-2 and the Eagles girls winning 29-6.

Allison Szewcyzk of the Eagle River girls and Ryan Ballenger of the Dimond boys tied for the day's top score (238).

Anchorage Scholastic Bowling League

Boys

Dimond 33, Chugiak 2

Dimond - Ryan Ballenger 238. Chugiak - Kolton Reeves 180.

Eagle River 33, Bartlett 2

Eagle River - Cameron Spano 236. Bartlett - Dakota Faison 190.

South 29, Service 6

South - Sam Maudsley 225. Service - Ted Hwang 178.

West 29, East 6

West - Nathan Hansen 225. East - Ian Carle 221.

Girls

Dimond 31, Chugiak 4

Dimond - Hanna Graves 189. Chugiak - Jadyn Moore 178

Eagle River 33, Bartlett 2

Eagle River - Allison Szewcyzk 238. Bartlett - Lauren Riske 217.

South 29, Service 6

South - Angelina Young 170. Service - Dianny Melgar 137.

East 33, West 2

East - Iris McKeon 216. West - No bowlers.

200+ games

Boys:

Dimond - Ryan Ballenger 238

Eagle River - Cameron Spano 236

Eagle River - Brendan Iaulualo 228

West - Nathan Hansen 225 & 202

South - Sam Maudsley 225

East - Ian Carle 221

Dimond - Tucker Graves 205

Dimond - Jester Silverio 202

Dimond - Decklend Cox 200

South - Skylar Sugita 200

Girls:

Eagle River - Allison Szewcyzk 238

Bartlett - Lauren Riske 223 & 217

East - Iris McKeon 216

East - Abby Barns 200

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