Record-Courier staff report
RAVENNA 2,678, CRESTWOOD 2,492
The Ravenna Ravens put together an amazing three-game set in the team Baker games to ultimately beat the Crestwood Red Devils by 186 pins at Bill White's Twin Star Lanes in Kent on Thursday.
The Ravens rolled a 744 Baker series that included a 267 high game.
Seth Stennett and Dylan Montgomery each topped the 400-series mark as the best in the match. Stennett put together games of 254-235 for a 489 series with Montgomery adding a 239-450.
The Red Devils best was bowled by Bradley Woodrum, rolling a 225 high game with Ryan Ambler turning in the best series for Crestwood, a 206-386.
Ravenna improves to 5-3 in the PTC Metro with Crestwood dropping to 3-5.
GARFIELD 2,159, ROOTSTOWN 1,767
The Garrettsville G-Men improved their PTC County Division record to 4-1 with a victory over the Rootstown Rovers at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville.
Garfield's Mikey Schustrich topped the G-Men with his 227-310.
The Rovers (0-6) were led by Jake Lann, who tossed a high game of 185.
CRESTWOOD 2,200, RAVENNA 2,038
Crestwood looked ready for the end-of-season tournaments in their match against the Ravenna Ravens at Bill White's Twin Star Lanes in Kent.
The Red Devils topped the Ravens by 162 pins behind the solid scoring of Courtney Berish (241-410), Brooke Hunter (198-378) and Leannah Frances (179-339).
The Red Devils improved their PTC Metro Division record to 3-4.
GARFIELD 2,036, ROOTSTOWN 1,577
Jessica Potteiger had an outstanding 397 series with a 203 game that included seven strikes to end the second game as Garfield beat Rootstown at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville.
Potteiger rolled a 194 game to start the afternoon against the Rovers and then struggled at the start of the second game, only scoring 53 pins in the first five frames but Potteiger struck out from the sixth frame through the 10th to own the 397 series.
Olivia Doraski added a 281-348 series to help Garfield earn their seven victory in the PTC County Division with no losses.
The Rovers' Alena Ingram bowled a 138 game as the best for Rootstown.