By Travis Mounts
The Campus girls continue to dominate the bowling competition, beating Hutchinson by more than 300 pins (2396-2046) at West Acres on Jan. 26. The Hutchinson boys edged out the Colts, 2497-2462, with Maize South right behind at 2453 in a close competition.
The girls had three of the top five individuals, with Casey Feast and Piper Reams placing first and third, respectively, and both breaking 600. For the boys, V-Thoon Thanasouk was second and Alex Flinn took third.
Girls: Casey Feast, 1st, 630; Piper Reams, 3rd, 602; Dakota Lennen, 5th, 569; Ella Adkins, 6th, 544; Kenzie Kling, 7th, 514; Savannah Hsu, 8th, 509.
Boys: V-Thoon Thanasouk, 2nd, 630; Alex Flinn, 3rd, 617; Cole Clough, 10th, 590; Rayghan Lindsey, 11th, 589; Jake Reed, 13th, 540; Ryan Nguyen, 16th, 495.
The Eisenhower girls picked up a triangular win in Salina on Jan. 26, rolling 1902 to beat Salina Central (1559) and Newton (1450). Salina Central won the boys competition with a 2524 team score, besting Eisenhower (2148) and Newton (2057).
The girls swept the top three spots and had four of the top five scores. Kensley Morris had the only score over 500, with Olyvia Choura and Jayden Canary taking second and third, respectively. Danae Looms was fifth. Kyler Stockstill paced the EHS boys, placing fifth. His 574 series was just two pins behind the two bowlers who tied for third.
Girls: Kensley Morris, 1st, 538; Olyvia Choura, 2nd, 493; Jayden Canary, 3rd, 456; Danae Loomis, 5th, 391; Ellie Warden, 12th, 336; Rebecca Manley, tie 13th, 330.
Boys: Kyler Stockstill, 5th, 574; Jack Barnes, 8th, 545; Keyton Salazar, 12th, 506; Aiden Cain, 14th, 464; Parker Douglass, 15th, 453; Drew Merrell, 16th, 432.
The Cheney boys came out on top in a Jan. 26 triangular with Andover Central and Trinity Academy, while the girls placed second.
The boys bowled 2384, edging Trinity by 52 pins. Andover Central rolled 2124. Andover Central’s 1873 bested Cheney’s 1781, while Trinity bowled 1340. The teams competed at Northrock Lanes.
Connor Eastman and Ashlynn Horning were the top boy and girl. Eastman won the boys with a 687, one of just three competitors to break 600. Horning was the only girl to bowl a series over 500.
Boys: Conner Eastman, 1st, 687; Cooper Kitchen, 6th, 551; Jonah Galloway, 8th, 539; Braeden Robinson, 10th, 501; Connor Monk, 11th, 492; Mason Albers, 15th, 447.
Girls: Ashlynn Horning, 1st, 509; Courtney Kitchen, 4th, 442; Morgan Sutter, 9th, 400; Kaitlyn Brown, 10th, 385; Kylie Fletcher, 11th, 383; Aubrey Strodtman, 14th, 282.
Cheney also took part in Saturday’s Crusader Classic on Saturday in Buhler. The Cardinals’ boys bowled 2527 (3227 including four baker games) to finish third. Salina Central won the boys competition with a 2612 (3479) score.
The Cardinals’ girls were fourth, bowling 1847 (2380 baker). Buhler was the champion with a score of 2246 (2916).
The boys were led by Layne Riggs and Connor Monk, who came in sixth and seventh. Courtney Kitchen was the top girl, placing eighth.
Boys: Layne Riggs, 6th, 623; Connor Monk, 7th, 621; Conner Eastman, 11th, 606; Cooper Kitchen, 19th, 584; Braeden, 21st, 566; Jonah Galloway, 24th, 554.
Girls: Courtney Kitchen, 8th, 517; Ashlynn Horning, 16th, 449; Morgan Sutter, 17th, 438; Kaitlyn Brown, 18th, 436; Kylie Fletcher, 39th, 347; Caitlin Summerer, 45th, 300.
Eisenhower and Goddard double duals, 3:30 p.m. (West Acres).
Eisenhower, Campus at Campus Invitational, 10 a.m. (Seneca Bowl).
Cheney vs. Valley Center, 3:30 p.m. (Cheney Lanes).
Goddard at Campus, 3 p.m. (Seneca Bowl).
Eisenhower at Andover Central, TBD.
Cheney vs. Circle, 3:30 p.m.
Campus at Salina South tri, 3 p.m.
Goddard vs. Salina Central, 3 p.m.