Washington Evening Journal
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MT. PLEASANT — It was a battle to the bitter end between the Washington and Mt. Pleasant boys bowling teams on Thursday at Iris Bowling Center.
The Demons held off the Panthers by 70 pins in a Southeast Conference clash. Washington finished the night with 2,593 pins, and Mt. Pleasant ended at 2,523.
“It was definitely a team effort today,” said Washington ehad coach Jason Farmer. “Three bowlers on the boys’ team achieved their personal best and their highest series so far this season.”
Ethan Zieglowsky led the way again for the Demons, finishing at 446. Quentin Howard was second on the Demon team with a 335, his personal best.
Caleb Zieglowsky rolled a 333 for the Demons. Cole Anderson rolled 291. Cash Pepper and Ismat Abdurahimov rolled 281 and 251 respectively, both personal bests.
Mt. Pleasant’s Nolan Myers rolled 373 to lead the team. Jonathan Fortin rolled 354. Cole Wohlleber finished at 338. Henry Pforts scored 309. Alec Payne finished at 303, and Aiden Adams chipped in 278.
Washington’s lead was just nine pins after round one, but the Demons outscored the Panthers 907-846 in the baker game.
The Mt. Pleasant girls scored 2,249 to earn an SEC victory. Washington had just two girls bowling.
The Panther girls were paced by a 359 from Eden Svobada. Tori Hixson, Bethany Drury and Addie McGehearty rolled 307, 304 and 301 respectively to give the Panthers four players at 300 or over.
Kylie Alldredge finished the day with a 231. Abby Anderson rolled 202.
Washington’s Leigha Heisdorffer rolled a 249 in the loss. Emma Loeffler bowled a 141.