BY ANDY ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — Anthony Wayne’s bowling teams combined to go 3-1 in games against Spring-field and Perrysburg last week.
The latest Generals boys contest resulted in a 2,494-2,253 victory over Perrysburg at Timbers Bowling Lanes on January 10.
Junior Troy Kerschner led all bowlers on the day with the top Northern Lakes League series of the week at 525, which was comprised of the top two games of the week at 259 and 266.
Senior Nathan Webb followed with the seventh-highest series of the week, a 368 (180, 213) and classmate Sam Hensley tacked on a 368 (183, 185).
AW’s final four scores came in single games from junior Logan Penrod (224), junior Nolen Tenney (173) and seniors Austin Drewes (161) and Wyatt Whitman (147).
Penrod’s score proved to be the fifth-highest game of the week.
Senior Carson Flynn paced the Yellow Jackets with the week’s fourth-highest series of 400, which included the seventh-highest game of 207 as well as a 193.
Junior Jared Carr next posted the eighth-highest series of the week with a 392 (190, 202), senior Drake Harlett bowled a 338 (160, 178) and junior Zach Isaacson chipped in a 322 (171, 151).
Sophomore Eric Zinn closed things out for Perrysburg with a single-game score of 151.
The Generals edged the Yellow Jackets in the three Baker games by a total score of 503-502 and improved to 4-1 with the win.
It was Perrysburg’s first loss of the season.
Two days earlier, Anthony Wayne topped Springfield, 2,269-1,666 at Timbers.
This time around, Hensley led the Generals with the week’s sixth-highest series score of 377 (189, 188) and Whitman added a 362 (198, 164).
All remaining AW scores came in the form of single games from Kerschner (204), Webb (182), Drewes (171), Penrod (162), Tenney (161) and junior Sam Rothermel (142).
Kerschner’s high game proved to be the fourth-best game of the week.
Hasson Williams paced the Blue Devils with a 319 (170, 149) and junior Brody Cline contributed a 306 (179, 127).
Additionally, sophomore Jordan Bombick finished with a 252 (118, 134), freshman Xian Thompson interposed a 227 (122, 105) and classmates Sam Zeller and Jacob White notched single-game scores of 126 and 111.
The Generals took the Baker games, 508-325, as Springfield dropped to 0-5 with the loss.
Anthony Wayne’s girls team evened its record at 2-2 by splitting with the Blue Devils and Yellow Jackets.
The Generals defeated 0-5 Perrysburg, 1,513-1,483.
Senior Alexandra Bura-szeski led the way for Anthony Wayne with a 302 (178, 124), which included the week’s fifth-highest game.
Junior Marisa Hernandez and freshman Emma Palmer next added scores of 247 (122, 125) and 231 (92, 139) and junior Skyler Ludwig interposed a 198 (100, 98).
Freshman Maddy Horner and sophomore Audrey Lewis recorded the Generals’ final two scores with single-game marks of 81 and 79, respectively.
Senior Jordan Bogdanski paced the Yellow Jackets with the week’s sixth-highest series score of 276 (143, 133).
Sophomores Aubrey Hill and Alivia Marquis followed up with a 255 (121, 134) and a 229 (108, 121) and freshman Chelsea Brewster rolled a 212 (124, 88).
Sophomore Sydney Burns and freshman Zoey Ledyard rounded things out for Perrysburg with single-game scores of 94 and 87.
Anthony Wayne took the Baker games, 375-330.
Springfield improved to 2-2 with a 1,789-1,560 victory over the Generals.
Jessica Tubbs was the main factor in this outcome, as the talented Blue Devils senior captured the top two games of the week with a 234 and a 191 to give her a top series score of 425.
Junior Skylar Kolb next scored a 311 (152, 159), freshman Grace Tillman supplied a 268 (153, 115), senior Abigail Zeller put up a 216 (132, 84) and junior Madison Zeller threw in a 184 (94, 90).
Hernandez paced AW this time around with the week’s fifth-highest series of 295 (133, 162) and Burasze-ski followed close behind with the sixth-highest series score of 290 (153, 137).
Palmer and Horner next attained scores of 192 (100, 92) and 181 (120, 61) and Lewis and Ludwig closed things out with single-game scores of 91 and 85.
The Generals took the Baker games in this one, 426-385.