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Bowling: LWC Women open season with Southern Baker Classic

By Kyle Jackson

Bowling Green, KY - The Lindsey Wilson women's bowling team posted a 12th place finish at today's season-opening Mid-South Conference Southern Baker Classic at Southern Lanes.

Lindsey Wilson knocked down 2,810 pins over 20 baker games. In baker scoring, each of the five bowlers on a team bowls in two frames during the game. The first bowler bowls the 1st and 6th frames, the second bowler bowls the 2nd and 7th frames, etc.

Campbellsville University won the team title with 3,746 pins.


Lindsey Wilson eclipsed 150 in four games on Saturday, including a high of 177 in the 19th game.

The Blue Raiders return to action Sunday for day two of the Mid-South Conference Southern Baker Classic.


This story was posted on 2021-09-26 08:53:25
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