Only two weeks left in the girls bowling season as Neuqua Valley hosts Naperville Central at Parkside Lanes for another DVC match.
Aayda Agarwal gets off to a solid start picking up several spares in the opening game en route to a score of 118.
Redhawks off to a good start as well, Claire Wunnicke powers home this strike, a part of a 378 series.
Anika Chandola another Wildcat picking up spares early. She starts her day with an opening game of 108.
Nikki Feilinger gets a strike in game two. She seems slightly perplexed but a strike is a strike. Her day is highlighted by a 171 in game three.
If you want to talk about perplexing, take a look at this final pin on Skye Sanford’s strike in game two. Patience is a virtue as the pin finally falls. Sanford leads the team with a 467 series including a 202 opening game.
Neuqua Valley led by senior Sarah Bourke who is rounding into form as the season winds down. A very strong 155 in game two.
Redhawks picking up spares as well, showcased here by Beth Holmes knocking down that pesky ten pin.
Bourke back at with a spare attempt, a bit of a split here but the Wildcat gets it, much to her surprise. A 446 series leads the team.
Sanford back at it for NC. She gets a strike once again, but she doesn’t have to wait as long for the pins to scatter.
Jada Banks wraps things up for the Redhawks. A very consistent series of 410 behind games of 138, 139, 133. Naperville Central girls bowling picks up another win in conference play.
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