HS SPORTS: WD Bowling Results from Thursday 12-3/Friday 12-4 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director:

The West Delaware Girls and Boys Bowling teams traveled down to Legacy Lanes in Monticello yesterday and came home with two victories. The Hawk girls had an impressive opening night showing as they defeated the Panthers 2753 to 1683. Kaley Pettlon led the way with a 440, 389 for Alexus Riley, 374 for Kyleigh Marsden, Madi Shontz with a 352, Lydia Heims had a 285, 266 for Brooklyn Lambson.

The WD boys had to work hard to get their W as they beat Monti by 17 pins, 3003-2986. Louis Shontz rolled a 446, Carson Schnieders with a 422, 409 for Kalen Recker, C.J. Rich with a 407, Dominic Rave-Olsen had a 349 and 347 for Jacob Hosch.

The Hawks will be back in action today out at Lightning Lanes for their first home meet of the season beginning at 4pm as they’ll host Vinton-Shellsburg.

The first Friday night of High School Girls and Boys Basketball takes place tonight. Our featured game from KMCH Sports will be the 1-0 West Delaware Boys in their home opener against 1-0 Vinton-Shellsburg. The Hawks are coming off of a 61-44 season opening victory at CP-U Tuesday night giving head coach Drake Schuring his first win as the first year WD head coach. The Vikings beat Belle Plaine Monday night 74-45 at home. The Hawks lead the series 7-3 dating back to January of 2009. Vinton-Shellsburg posted a win last season in February, 60-56 in Manchester. The triple header begins at 4:30 with the Freshmen game. 
All the coverage from Seedorf Gymnasium of the varsity contest around 7:30 tonight on MIX 94.7,the KMCH App and the KMCH Sports Video Stream at KMCH.com with Bill Logan and Roger Wright. 

The 1-1 WD Hawk girls will be taking on the 1-0 Vikettes in Vinton. That will be a varsity game only and will begin at 6:30pm, we’ll have score updates during our coverage of the boys game.

Elsewhere in the coverage area tonight:

WaMaC Conference-

Beckman Boys host CP-U while the Blazer girls will travel to Center Point.

Mississippi Valley Conference-

Western Dubuque Girls entertain Waterloo East and the Bobcat boys head to Decorah

Tri-Rivers Conference- 

In girls and boys doubleheaders:

East Buchanan is home to Midland
Maquoketa Valley welcomes in Clinton Prince of Peace to Delhi
Starmont has Easton Valley at home
Ed-Co will host Calamus-Wheatland in Edgewood

River Valley Conference-

In girls and boys doubleheaders:

Anamosa travels to Bellevue
Cascade is at Camanche
Monticello will entertain North Cedar

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