(February 20th, 2015) – NAPOLEON: With the Lady Indians once again heading to River City Bowl-A-Way, the Wauseon girls found the number of lanes filled to be significantly greater than usual. That was due to the fact that Sectionals were being held in their home alley.
The Indians gave a valiant effort in the highly competitive match, and though that effort didn’t lead them to Districts, they did put on a respectable showing with a seventh place finish. Aneesa Volkman led the girls of Wauseon with a 500 total score, put together in three games. Summer Brown added a 432 to the team’s collective score, while Kama Brackman contributed a 412. Aleea Volkman put up a 255 in two games.
The Lady Indians carried a score of 2015 with them going into the Baker Games.
In the team bowling exercise, Wauseon totaled a 990. Game 1 saw the girls manage a 158, while they scored a 173 in game 2. During game 3, Wauseon was able to match their first game score of 158. They produced their lowest score in game 4, earning a 138. They closed out the Baker Games strong, however, making a 172 in game 5, and their best score of the day in game 6 with a 191.
Overall, the girls of Wauseon scored a 3005 to finish their season admirably.
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