Saturday at Flamingo Lanes was a great time and place to be a Fairfield Trojan bowler according to head coach Lisa Greenig.
“There were some personal bests and season high scores rolled,” said Greenig. “Three of our four teams earned a victory. There is about a month left to our season to enjoy this group of athletes and I’m so proud of these kids!” added the 10-pin skipper. “Their hard work is showing with much improved scores.”
The varsity boys defeated Centerville by nearly 800 pins with the final score 2984-2202.
Top series was senior Giuseppi Smith with a 403 (203-200), followed by sophomore Chance Swan’s 401 (233-168) that included high-game of the match with a 233.
Other Trojan totals were: senior Dalton Rippey 383 (161-222), junior Drake Rippey 372 (157-215), senior Shane Morrissey 371 (178-193) and junior Jacob Scotton 341 (171-170).
The Trojans totaled 1930 as a team after dropping their low series and added 1054 pins in the Round 2 Baker games with scores of 201, 232, 201, 185 and 235. The 232 was a high baker score for the team this season until they rolled a 235 three games later.
The varsity girls won 2018-1575 over Centerville with senior Jenna Wickencamp recording a personal best and match-high game of 190.
Wickencamp had a 325 series (135-190), followed by junior Sophia Mineart 267 (114-153), sophomore Willow Elliott 251 (137-114), sophomore Nellie Higdon 242 (123-119), sophomore Cassie Bringman 239 (119-120) and McKayla Taylor 200 (87-113).
The Trojans totaled 1324 after dropping their low series and added 694 pins in the Round 2 Baker games with scores of 163, 120, 126, 149 and 136.
Splits converted: Jenna 4-5 and Nellie 3-10
Fairfield will host Washington Saturday for senior day with introductions of our seniors and parents starting at 1 p.m. After introductions, bowlers will begin their warmups and the meet will start no later than 1:30 p.m.