Geneseo’s Kyler Rusk rolled his way to the overall individual champion at the Dixon Toughman Tournament, at Plum Hollow, in Dixon, on Dec. 30.

Geneseo’s Kyler Rusk rolled his way to the overall individual champion at the Dixon Toughman Tournament, at Plum Hollow, in Dixon, on Dec. 30.

Rusk finished his five-game series by tallying a pinfall of 1104, and he closed out the tournament strong with a 266 game and 243 game in the final game.

Rusk’s 266 game was the fourth best single-game performance of the tournament.

The Maple Leafs finished sixth (5461) among a 12-team field, and Freeport (6128) won the team title.

Geneseo had a solid outing eclipsing 800 pins in all but one game in the baker style format which includes a sixth game with a bowler from each team bowling two frames of the final single game.

The Maple Leafs’ Kyle Cones rolled his way with a 922 five-game series, and he tallied a 201 single-game total.

The Maple Leafs’ Sebastian Einfeldt finished the tournament with an 874 series, and he rolled a 221 single game.

The Leafs’ Logan Munoz landed with an 832 series, and Braeden Keller finished with a 785 series.

The Maple Leafs’ next home dual will be at Lee’s Lanes against Ottawa, on Wednesday, Jan. 10, starting at 4 p.m.