First dual match of the season is at Parkside lanes with Oswego East facing off against Naperville North. The huskies look to build after a positive season last year.
North’s Nate Kordzinski starts things off strong, rolling a strike right down the middle to get all ten pins in the first game. Nate ends his day with a 546 total.
Teammate Colin Cain really taking his time before throwing this pall. He picks up the spare after knocking down the 7 pins standing. He ends his first game with a 126.
Quinn DeBolt on quite a roll in the first game. He is going for his seventh strike in a row and he grabs it, not too bad for the varsity newcomer. His first game would be the best with a 253.
Jeremy Price, a veteran on the bowl dogs, starting his second game off strong. He grabs the strike helping him to a 181, his best game in the series.
Oswego Easts Bennett Christiansen moving quick down the lane. He throws a solid spin to grab the strike. He would be the top bowler on the day, ending with a 645 series.
Back with DeBolt midway through the second game. He gets lucky and all the pins eventually drop for the huskie to get another strike. DeBolt ends with the best score for the huskies with a 580.
Third and final game and Price again starting off strong with a strike. Price ends his series with a 484.
Second best series for the huskies would belong to Nate Kordzinski. His last game would be the highest as he grabs a strike here in route to a 546 series.
Despite the huskies best efforts on the night, Oswego would come out on top with a 2912 total.
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