Washington Evening Journal
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FAIRFIELD — It was an absolute nail-biter at Flamingo Lanes on Monday as the Fairfield and Washington boys bowling teams were separated by just 21 pins.
The Trojans nipped the Demons 2,033-2,012 in the boys’ competition to start the 2021 season off 1-0.
Fairfield freshman Ian Aplara led the way for the Trojans, rolling a 321. Gannon Scott wasn’t far behind him, with a 312.
Ethan Cass rolled 253 for the Trojans. Chase Johnston finished at 234. Colton Adkison ended the day at 219, and Dalton Drish rolled 207.
Washington’s Ethan Zieglowsky did everything he could, scoring 402 to lead the individual race by 81 pins. Caleb Zieglowsky was the second Demon, rolling 273.
Washington’s Cashden Pepper ended the day with a score of 243. Cole Anderson rolled 220. Quentin Howard finished the meet at 218, and Ismat Aburahimov scored 197.
Washington led Fairfield 1,356-1,339 after individual games. Washington came back in bakers, outscoring the Demons 694-656.
The Fairfield girls had four bowlers to Washington’s two on the girls side, so the Trojans rolled to a 1,481-517 victory.
Nicole Robb rolled a 267 for the Trojan girls, squeaking out an individual win over Karen Ehret’s 265. Jayden Burke finished the day at 244, and Elizabeth Hootman rolled 240.
Washington’s Leigha Heisdorffer rolled a 228 to lead the Demons. Emma Chenoweth finished the day at 135.
Fairfield’s final baker game total was 456. Washington finished at 154.