Swanton splits bowling match with Wauseon


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Swanton’s top bowlers last Monday against Wauseon were Justin Timpe and Abby Lawson. Timpe led the Swanton boys team with a 326 series total while Lawson rolled a 362 for the Swanton girls.

Swanton’s top bowlers last Monday against Wauseon were Justin Timpe and Abby Lawson. Timpe led the Swanton boys team with a 326 series total while Lawson rolled a 362 for the Swanton girls.


Bill O’Connell | Swanton Enterprise

The Wauseon and Swanton bowling teams did battle at the Swanton Sports Center on Monday as the Indian boys defeated the Bulldogs, while Swanton was victorious in the girls contest.

In the boys match, the Indians won by a final of 2027-1809 with a 509-425 advantage in the Baker Games. Nic Kearney paced Wauseon with a 352 series total, followed by Colin Ashbaugh with a 333, Brady Blaylock 279, and Bret Wisda and Desmond Rapp who each posted a 277.

Swanton’s top four were Justin Timpe at 326, Skyler Ulch 302, Chris Clayton 280 and David Patch 210.

The Lady Bulldogs defeated Wauseon 1804-1716 with a 404-397 advantage in Baker. Pacing Swanton was Abby Lawson with a 362 series total, followed by Rachel Jordan with a 295, Lauren Smith and Haley McMahan both at 250 and Jordan Furko at 243.

Leading Wauseon was Kama Brackman with a 289 series, Payton Lovins 281, Mackayla Kearney 279 and Summer Brown 252.

Swanton then took on Delta on Friday at Morenci Lanes as the Panthers swept the Bulldogs. The Delta boys won by a final of 2101-1880, while their girls were victorious 1733-1579.

Swanton’s top bowlers last Monday against Wauseon were Justin Timpe and Abby Lawson. Timpe led the Swanton boys team with a 326 series total while Lawson rolled a 362 for the Swanton girls.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2015/12/web1_TimpeLawson.jpgSwanton’s top bowlers last Monday against Wauseon were Justin Timpe and Abby Lawson. Timpe led the Swanton boys team with a 326 series total while Lawson rolled a 362 for the Swanton girls. Bill O’Connell | Swanton Enterprise

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