Record-Courier staff report
GARFIELD 2,083, RAVENNA 1,882
The Garfield girls got back on track, defeating the Ravenna Ravens in a PTC cross-division match at Bill White's Twin Star Lanes.
Olivia Doraski led the charge for Garfield with a 211 game, with Jessica Potteiger tossing a 169 game for the winners.
Natalie Hartong fired an even 200 game for the Ravens.
Ravenna is now 4-1 on the season, while Garfield owns an overall record of 2-2.
CRESTWOOD 1,729, WOODRIDGE 1,534
The Red Devils improved their overall record to 2-3 on the season, beating the Bulldogs by 195 pins at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville.
Crestwood's Leannah Frances topped the winners' scoring with a 180 game on her way to a 338 series.
Woodridge was led by Katelyn Rinella's 158.
The Bulldogs dropped to 1-4 for the season.
RAVENNA 2,667, GARFIELD 2,178
The Ravens owned Bill White's Twin Star Lanes in a cross-division PTC match against the Garfield G-Men.
Seth Stennett started the Ravens out with a 246 game and a 438 series, with James Bender adding back-to-back games of 241-225 for a 466 series. Two additional Ravens scored 400 series in the match, including Jason Kalbaugh's 235-426 and Dylan Montgomery's 234-428.
The G-Men were led by Mike Schustrich's high game of 235 as the G-Men dropped to 2-2 on the season.
The Ravens remained undefeated with an overall record of 5-0.
CRESTWOOD 2,408, WOODRIDGE 2,244
The Red Devils handed the Bulldogs a loss at Sky Lanes in a PTC cross-division match.
Noah Shannon rolled a 419 series with a 226 series to help give the Red Devils a cushion going into the Baker games. Ray Stewart's 201, Matt Lyons' 213 and Ryan Ambler's 214 pushed the Red Devils to a 1,874 total after the regular games.
The Bulldogs' Landon Leipold tossed the high game of the match, an outstanding 253 on his way to a 404 series. Bryson Swain added a 226 game to Woodridge's effort.
COLUMBIANA HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 40, ROOTSTOWN 32
The host Lions jumped out to an early lead and held off the Rovers in a non-league contest in Columbiana on Tuesday.
Heartland Christian (2-0) took a 14-6 first-quarter lead and then pushed the margin to 25-13 at intermission.
Rootstown (0-2) outscored the Lions 19-15 in the second half, but was unable to overcome the early deficit.
Sophomore Connor Formick and freshman Tim Weaver led the Rovers with eight points each.
Next up for the Rovers is a matchup with East Canton next Tuesday. Rootstown's game that was originally scheduled with Mogadore for Friday was postponed after the Wildcats' long football postseason run. That game will be played on Dec. 22.