High School Roundup (Jan. 8): Devils deliver first bowling loss to Ravens

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Record-Courier staff report

BOYS BOWLING

CRESTWOOD 2,411, RAVENNA 2,242

The Red Devils used a home-lane advantage to hand the Ravens their first loss of the season as Crestwood won the PTC Metro Division match at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville.

Noah Shannon was tops for the Red Devils, bowling a 226-431. Matt Lyons tossed a 194-372, Bradley Woodrum 199-352 and Ryan Ambler 198-372 to boost the Red Devils (7-2, 2-1).

Ravenna (9-1, 3-1) was led by Dylan Montgomery's 457 series.

COVENTRY 2,350, STREETSBORO 1,602

The Comets earned a PTC Metro Division win over the visiting Rockets at Turkeyfoot Lanes in Portage Lakes.

The Comets' John Shaw rolled a 218 game on his way to a two-game set of 396. D.J. James was the best for the Rockets, rolling a 155 high game.

WALSH JESUIT 2,223, ROOTSTOWN 1,690

The Warriors rolled a total 2,223 to beat the host Rovers at Bill White's Twin Star Lanes in Kent.

Rootstown's Nait Elkins bowled a 154 and Jake Lann added a 150 as the best for the Rovers.

GIRLS BOWLING

CRESTWOOD 1,951, RAVENNA 1,892

The Red Devils picked up their first Metro Division victory of the season, beating the visiting Ravens at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville.

Crestwood was only ahead of Ravenna by a few pins going into the Baker games but pulled ahead with a 460 series in the Bakers. Leannah Frances bowled a 182-161 to lead the Red Devils with a 343 series.

For the visiting Ravens, Gwendolyn Martin rolled a 160-178.

COVENTRY 1,828, STREETSBORO 1,535

The Comets beat the visiting Rockets in a PTC Metro Division match at Turkeyfoot Lanes in Portage Lakes.

For Streetsboro, Jessica Roch tossed a nice 172 game and Becca Fleming added a 158.

SOUTHEAST 1,694, EAST CANTON 1,586

The Pirates were led by Brooke Carson's 146-155 as she finished with a 301 series.

WALSH JESUIT 2,061, ROOTSTOWN 1,549

Rootstown's Alena Ingram was consistent with back-to-back 143 games for a 286 series and Brittany Brewster added a 140 game to the Rovers' efforts.

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