Little Wolf High School’s bowling teams have been on a roll since they began their season in November.
The teams traveled to Silver Lake Lanes in Scandinavia Dec. 14 for a District 9 South Division match. The varsity girls had a bye match, which means the girls had to bowl against themselves and needed a score of 155 or higher in order to win the match. They won the match with a score of 6-3.
The boys’ varsity reserve team bowled against the SPASH varsity girls and pulled out a 7-2 win and averaged 153 pins per game. David Scheller led the team with a fill percent of 66.
The varsity boys defeated Amherst 6-3 with an average of 207 pins per game. Andrew Mauritz led the team with its first fill percent of 100 percent.
The teams then traveled to Skipp’s Bowling Center in Stevens Point for a dual meet.
The girls faced the Amherst/Lincoln boys’ varsity team and averaged a pin fall of 184. Sami Struzynski, Carlene Beyer and Sydney Bailey led the team with a fill percent of 81 percent. Beyer was able to string 15 strikes in a row.
The Wolves then picked up an 8-1 win over Waupaca’s girls’ varsity team with an average of 165 pins.
The boys’ reserve team bowled Manawa’s boys’ varsity team in the first match and fell 7-2. The reserves averaged 140 pins and the varsity team averaged 161.
The reserve boys bowled themselves in the next meet, needed a score of 147 or higher to defeat themselves and won 6-3. This score tied the other teams with winning records against themselves.
The varsity boys bowled the Amherst varsity girls and won 9-0 with a pin fall average of 193.
Keglers Bowling Center in Manawa hosted a District 9 South Division meet Jan. 11.
The Manawa girls bowled handed the Amherst girls’ varsity team an 8-1 defeat and had an average pin fall of 174. Kelsey Jaeger had a 100-percent fill percent, which means she did not have an open frame in all of the frames she bowled.
The reserve boys bowled against the Iola-Scandinavia boys’ varsity team and fell 7-2. The team averaged a 157 pin fall with one game over 200 pins. Darin Gehrke led the team with a fill percent of 83 percent.
The varsity boys bowled against themselves and needed a score of 178 or higher in order to beat themselves. Their score was 5-4 with an average of 193 pin fall. They did win the match for the day.
As of Jan. 11, the varsity boys lead the District 9 South Division with a record of 7–0 and a fill percent of 77.619.
The varsity reserve boys are in sixth place with a 2-4-1 record, while the girls’ varsity team leads the division with a 6-1 record and an average pin fall of 157.