The Geneseo girls’ bowling team competed at the Dixon tournament and hosted home duals against Sycamore and Oregon.

The Geneseo girls’ bowling team competed at the Dixon tournament and hosted home duals against Sycamore and Oregon.

Dixon Tournament

Geneseo finished 11th in the team standing alongside some elite company at the Dixon Tournament held at Plum Hollow, in Dixon, on Jan. 27.

The Lady Leafs’ Rachel Clementz finished with a team-best 1177 six-game series, and Emily Pobanz rolled her way to an 1109 series.

The Lady Leafs’ Delaney Ostrowski finished with a 971 series, and Jenah Hart tacked on a 785 series in a five-game series.

Breann Keller rolled a 778 five-game series, and Karis Ostrowski finished with a 290 two-game series.

Sycamore at Geneseo

The Lady Leafs bowled well but came up short in its dual against Sycamore falling 3572-3340 at Lee’s Lanes, in Geneseo, on Jan. 29.

Geneseo’s Clementz and Delaney Ostrowski each finished with a team-best 596 three-game series, and Keller finished with a 569 series.

Hart added a 553 series, and Karis Ostrowski rolled a 527.

Pobanz rounded out the varsity squad with a 499 series.

The Lady Leafs’ Miranda Roemer finished with a JV high series of 511, but Sycamore edged Geneseo in the dual, 1181-1119.

Geneseo’s Keeton Lawrence rolled her way to a 435 series, and Emma Kass added a 421 series.

The Leafs’ Adi Hernandez-Nesbitt finished with a 379 series, and Brooke Sproston tacked on a 361 series.

Geneseo’s Melanie Parker finished with a 323 series.

Oregon at Geneseo

The Lady Leafs’ Pobanz and Clementz were a ferocious one-two punch who led Geneseo over Oregon 334-2890, at Lee’s Lanes, in Geneseo, on Jan. 30.

Pobanz rolled her way to the dual high three-game series 616, and Clementz finished with a 603 series.