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Roosevelt bowlers sweep PTC giant Garfield G-Men

Published: November 29, 2012 4:00 AM

Record-Courier staff report

For the Kent Roosevelt bowling teams, it certainly was a night to remember.

Both the Rough Riders boys and girls squads bested Portage Trail Conference County Division giant Garfield.

For the girls, the win for Roosevelt (2-0) ended a 160-match win streak within the PTC by the G-Men. Wednesday's final score was 2,111 to 2,082 in favor of the Riders.

"I am so proud of these girls," said Kent Roosevelt head coach Liz Cawley.

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The Riders were led by Makayla Dulaney, Kiersten Pasket, Micayla Moore, Katelyn Jastromb and Trayce Harris, with Moore rolling a 202, Harris a 195 and Dulaney with a 177.

The G-Men received solid bowling from Olivia Doraski with a 224 game on her way to a 384 series, while Jessica Potteiger added a 185 game and Anna Brigham a 174.

However, it was not enough to keep Garfield (0-1) from losing its first match inside the PTC in six years.

Meanwhile, the Kent Roosevelt (1-1) boys were having a strike party on the lanes to rout Garfield by a final score of 2,664 to 2,228.

Rolling at their home of Kent Lanes, the Rough Riders were led by Joey Swanson, who blasted the pins for back-to-back 259 games (518 series).

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Usually a score like that would produce the undoubted star of the match, but Kent Roosevelt sophomores Chris Hoskins and Connor Crabbe each tossed 443 series, with Hoskins bowling a high game of 245 and Crabbe a 243.

With Brandon Klembus' 457 series -- thanks to games of 221 and 236 -- the Rough Riders were almost unbeatable on Wednesday.

Garfield's Kyle Brigham rolled a 199 game on his way to a 371 series to lead the G-Men (0-1).

GIRLS BOWLING

SPRINGFIELD 2,129, SOUTHEAST 1,659

The Springfield Spartans, defending champions of the PTC Metro Division, earned a victory over cross-division rival Southeast at Bill White's Akron Lanes.

Springfield's Jordan Bever enjoyed a 394 series, with a 202 game, but it was Amanda Smith leading the Spartans with a 213 game and a 403 series.

Brooke Carson was the best for the Pirates, bowling a 164 game on her way to a 302 series, with Miranda Pastva adding a 145 game.


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