The Lady Leafs’ Rachel Clementz was the top individual finisher at the Geneseo Holiday Classic at Lee’s Lanes, on Dec. 29.

The Lady Leafs’ Rachel Clementz was the top individual finisher at the Geneseo Holiday Classic at Lee’s Lanes, on Dec. 29.

Geneseo’s Clementz rolled her way to top individual honors with a six-game series of 1274, and she finished the tournament with a single-game high of 256.

Clementz finished with three of the top individual single-game scores in the tournament with games of 256, 237 and 226.

The Lady Leafs (5188) finished runner-up among eight teams in the second annual invitational, and Rock Island won the team title with a 5439 total.

The Leafs’ Delaney Ostrowski was consistent just missing out on a top 10 finish with a 1014 series to land 11th, and her best single game was 180.

Geneseo’s Emily Pobanz finished just outside the top 10 with a 1009 series earning her 13th, and she rolled a single game series of 205.

The Lady Leafs’ Jenah Hart rolled her way to a 191 single game and finished with a 1006 series.

Geneseo’s Karis Ostrowski finished the tournament with an 885 series and a single game high of 177.

In the JV competition, Geneseo had a pair of teams competing among the eight-team field.

The Lady Leafs’ top team finished runner-up with a 4224 team score, and Rock Island earned the team title with a 4294.

Geneseo’s second team finished sixth with a 3179 team score.

The Lady Leafs’ Emma Kass was the JV individual champion with a 1006 series.

GHS’ Kass had the second highest single-game total of the tournament with a 195, and she added a 189 game to round out the three games during the morning session.

Geneseo’s Breann Keller finished runner-up individually with a 986 series.

Keller had the fourth best individual game of the tournament with a 185.

The Lady Leafs’ Grace Moore finished in sixth place with an 847 series, and she rolled her way to a 163 game.

Geneseo’s Adi Hernandez-Nesbitt finished in seventh place with an 829 series, and her best game was a 152.

The Lady Leafs’ Miranda Roemer finished with a three-game series of 317, and Brooke Sproston rolled a three-game series of 239.

Geneseo’s Melanie Parker led the way for the second team with a 734 series, and Rachel Vondra finished with a 660 series.

Keeton Lawrence roller her way to a 654 series, and Jenna Morrone finished with a five-game series of 481.

Geneseo’s Lexi Matthews turned in a four-game series of 401, and Molly McGill finished with a four-game series of 249.

The Lady Leafs’ next dual meet will be against Morris at Echo Lanes, on Thursday, Jan. 11 at 4 p.m.