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Trojan bowlers celebrate senior day with wins

Jan 15, 2013

Fairfield’s bowling program honored its 17 seniors in a pre-meet ceremony Saturday, then went out and won a pair of matches vs. Southeast Conference rival Washington at Flamingo Lanes in Fairfield.

The Fairfield boys’ bowling squad topped Washington by 216 pins for a 2532-2316 victory, and the varsity girls edged Washington by 39 pins, 2048-2009.

“Coach [Bryan] Marlay and I are seeing strengths and improvements from all our bowlers and are proud of their hard work,” Fairfield head coach Lisa Greenig said following the meet.

The Trojan girls led after round one by 56 pins, and despite being outscored four out of five baker games, held on for their first victory of 2013.

Senior Nicci Mellott, who was competing in her last meet due to graduating early, led the girls in her final games. Mellott bowled a two-game set of 321; her high game of 177 was 31 pins above her year average. Kristen Terrell also bowled well for Fairfield with a 300 round.

In boys’ action, Fairfield rolled out to a large 1733-1491 lead after round one, then cruised the rest of the way.

Senior Mitch Goudy continued his solid play at the top of the lineup, rolling scores of 172 and 232 for a team-high 404 series. Jacob Adam came through for the Trojans with the high game of the day at 236.

With the Demons unable to field JV squads, Fairfield bowlers filled in for exhibition play, bowling three regular games instead of two games and five baker games.

On the boys’ side, Cody Craff anchored the JV team with a solid performance and high game of 217. Cheyten Johnson bowled a 196, while Randy Andermann continued to show improvement with a high game of 178.

Fairfield’s JV girls were led by Megan Harris, who bowled a 194 game, as well as Jaci Bell, whose 129 game was 45 pins above her average.

The Trojans have their final home competition of the season next Saturday when they host Keokuk, Louisa-Muscatine and Knoxville in a quadrangular.

 

@ Flamingo Lanes, Fairfield

Varsity Boys: Fairfield 2532, Washington 2316

ROUND 1 — Fairfield: Mitch Goudy 404 (172, 232), Jacob Adam 374 (236, 138), Ben Hull 336 (189, 147), Brady Hammes 316 (144, 172), Gabe Hull 303 (168, 135), Andrew Chatfield 295* (147, 148), Total 1733; Washington 1491

ROUND 2 (BAKER) — Fairfield: 799 (146, 148, 134, 185, 186); Washington: 825 (168, 175, 187, 152, 143)

*Score dropped

 

Varsity Girls: Fairfield 2048, Washington 2009

ROUND 1 — Fairfield: Tracy Andermann 237 (109, 128), Kristen Terrell 300 (161, 139), Jami Nelson 248 (137, 111), Madelyn Swan 184* (100, 84, 184), Nicci Mellott 321 (144, 177), Alyssa Chatfield 270 (132, 138), Total 1376; Washington: 1320

ROUND 2 (BAKER) — Fairfield: 672 (166, 149, 107, 94, 156); Washington: 689 (178, 114, 113, 140, 144)

*Score dropped

 

JV Boys: No score

Fairfield: Jacob Dunn 357 (97, 108, 152), Wyatt Stark 358 (137, 98, 123), Jacob Boughner 365 (117, 127, 121), Cheyten Johnson 462 (142, 196, 124), Wyatt Andersen 420 (133, 142, 145), Ken Boughner 360 (110, 124, 126), Jake Kessel 451 (152, 145, 154), Randy Andermann 462 (147, 137, 178), Cody Craff 563 (217, 184, 162)

 

JV Girls: No score

Fairfield: Katherine Mueller 315 (124, 95, 96), Carrigan Haile 246 (92, 67, 87), Amber Manning 230 (77, 86, 67), Jaci Bell 314 (96, 89, 129), Abby Adam 308 (118, 88, 102), Jenna Nelson 356 (104, 130, 122), Megan Harris 510 (194, 147, 169), Madelyn Swan 132 (DNP, DNP, 132)

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