Lady Leafs keep rolling

Chris Steele
Katelynn Bowton follows through on her shot during Geneseo’s dual against Ottawa.

The Geneseo girls’ bowling team finished sixth at the Panther Invite and hosted rival Ottawa.

Panther Invite

The Lady Leafs finished sixth in the team standings at the invite hosted by United Township at Highland Park Bowl on Dec. 10.

Geneseo’s Emily Pobanz was 15th individually with a six-game series of 1032.

Rachel Clementz finished with a 995 series, and Katelynn Bowton rolled her way to a 968 series.

Mackenzie Bowton tallied 717 series, and Delaney Ostrowski finished with a 537 series in four games.

Camarie Muller finished with a 412 series in three games.

Mueller bowled the sixth best three-game series in the JV competition with a 505.

Mueller rolled her way to the ninth best single game score with a 181 single game.

Geneseo finished sixth in the JV team standings.

Eva Carelton bowled her way to a 726 six-game series, and Karis Ostrowski managed a 659 series.

Grace Moore threw a 638 series, and Emma Kass finished with a 602 series.

Ottawa at Geneseo

The Leafs were quelled by the Pirates 2905-2794 at Lee’s Lanes on Dec. 12.

Geneseo’s Clementz had the team’s high three-game series with a 514.

The Leafs’ Katelynn Bowton rolled her way to a 502, and Mueller finished with a 464 series.

Delaney Ostrowski tallied a 442 series, and Pobanz finished with a 445 series.

Mackenzie Bowton rounded out the varsity scores with a 427 series.

In the JV competition, Geneseo ended up just short against Ottawa falling 1038-985.

Geneseo’s Karis Ostrowski had the best three-game JV series 342.

The Leafs’ Carelton rolled a 333, and Moore managed to finish with a 310 series.

The Geneseo girls next dual will be on the road in DeKalb on Monday, Dec. 19 at Mardi Gras Lanes starting at 4 p.m.