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Bowling: LWC teams compete at Orange and Black Classic

Beavercreek, OH - The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team finished in 10 place out of 21 teams at the Orange and Black Classic in Beavercreek, OH, over the weekend, and the LWC women's bowling team finished in 13th place out of 16 teams at the event.

Host Pikeville (KY) won the tournament with 8,193 pins for the men and 7,238 pins for the women. The Blue Raiders are back in action on Oct. 15-16 when they compete at the Columbia 300 Western Shootout.

Dylan Stringer provided the Blue Raiders best finish at the Orange and Black Classic in 26th place with 982 total pins.


He averaged 196.4 pins across his five games, bowling a high of 223 as he was able to break the 200 mark in two of his games.

The Blue Raiders men totaled 7,499 pins across the two-day event that consisted of five team games and 16 baker style games. Lindsey Wilson compiled 4,622 pins during the team event and added 2,877 pins during the baker style scoring games.

Jason Womack finished 30th with 972 pins, Nick Blakey took 74th with 874 pins as Peyton Huskey took 99th with 739 pins while only playing four games. Brandon Pendley also competed in four game knocking down 716 pins. Tanner Goodman played two games where he scored 339 pins.

For the LWC women, Jacqueline Oliphant provided the Blue Raiders best finish at the tournament in 22nd place with 863 total pins. She averaged 172.6 pins across her five games, bowling a high of 178.

The Blue Raiders totaled 6,311 pins across the two-day event that consisted of five team games and 16 baker style games. Lindsey Wilson compiled 3,788 pins during the team event and added 2,523 pins during the baker style scoring games.

Tara Manis finished 48th with 753 pins and was the final LWC bowler to compete in five games. Abby Oswald bowled four game for 582 pins with a high of 202. Chloe Tooley also managed four game where she knocked down 574 pins while Makayla Melson picked up 487 pins across her four games.

Maylee Price picked up 397 pins across her three games while Janna Plains recorded 132 during her lone contest.


This story was posted on 2022-10-11 09:13:52
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