The Ladies Of The Lanes: Greene/Oxford Girls Claim Section IV Crowns In Class C
Published: February 19th, 2020
By: Meagan Schulz

The ladies of the lanes: Greene/Oxford girls claim Section IV crowns in Class C The members of the Greene/Oxford girls bowling team pose for a picture after claiming the Section IV Class C title Friday night at Midway Lanes in Vestal. The girls finished with a total of 2631, just 22 pins ahead of the second place team from Union Spring-Port Byron. Erin Howard placed third overall for the Class C field with a 602 series score and Brianna Fowlston recorded the third highest single game score of 216. (Submitted Photo)

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VESTAL – Over the course of two days, 10 Section IV bowling teams were crowned champions in their respective classes at Midway Lanes in Vestal.

Coming away with the title for Class C was the girls’ team hailing from Greene/Oxford, topping all teams in the field with 2631 total pin count for three games. The group of five bowlers defeated the second place team from Union Springs-Port Byron by 22 pins to win the sectional championship.

Greene/Oxford’s senior Erin Howard led the team with a series score of 602, the third highest in all of Class C for the girls. Her score included a one game total of 214.

Teammate Kayli Willes rolled a three game series of 557 and was followed by the 538 from colleague Halia Tallett.

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Brianna Fowlston added a 490 for the evening – including one game scoring a 216 which was the highest by any bowler on the Greene/Oxford squad – and Mikayla Trost rounded out the team’s top five with a 444.

Placing ninth in Class C was Afton-Harpursville with a final pin count of 2103. Pacing the Afton-Harpursville team was Ashlynn Caffery with a series best 494. Taylor Rutherford bowled a 456 while Destinee Thompson finished the day with a 407.

Sasha Whitney and Kassiee Mercilliot ended the night separated by 12 pins as Whitney scored 379 pins and Mercilliot rolled a 367 series total.


The Evening Sun

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