Geneseo rolls to a runner-up finish at invite

Chris Steele
Justin Ford steps to the lane during Geneseo's dual against Yorkville at Lee's Lanes.

The Maple Leafs’ bowling team hosted the Lee Lohman Invite and competed in a pair of duals against DeKalb and Yorkville.

Geneseo at DeKalb

The Maple Leafs’ Kyle Cones continues his impressive run to start the season rolling a 627 three-game series at Mardi Gras Lanes on Nov. 8.

Geneseo fell 3522-2943 against DeKalb in the dual between the two teams, but Cones led the Leafs with a team-high series and single game, 223.

Logan Munoz finished with a 506 series, and Alex McAvoy finished with a 493 series.

Justin Ford rolled his way to a 465 series, and Kaden Splear finished with a 433 series.

The Leafs’ Tyler Durnell finished with a 419 series.

The Maple Leafs’ Aidan Grafft led the JV team with a 419 series, and Logan Sims finished with a 306 series.

Kyle Blankenship tallied a 266 series, and Jack Sellers finished with a 263 series.

Geneseo’s Tyler Weisser finished with a 249 series, and Jack Mannon finished with a 247 series.

Lee Lohman Invite

The Maple Leafs finished runner-up the Lee Lohman Invite at Lee’s Lanes in Geneseo on Nov. 10.

Geneseo (5399) finished second among an eight-team field, and the Leafs’ Ford finished 10th individually with an 1107 six-game series and rolled a 215 single game.

Geneseo’s Munoz finished with the eighth-highest single game (233), and he finished with a five-game series of 986.

Cones tallied a six-game series of 1087, and Sebastian Einfeldt finished with a six-game series of 1064.

McAvoy added a 1011 six-game series, and Jacob Endress rolled a single game 144.

Geneseo’s JV team had three teams competing with one Maple Leafs team finishing second in a six-team field.

Durnell (1101) led the Maple Leafs with the second highest six-game series in the JV competition.

Splear finished in third place with a 1092 series, and Grafft finished in fourth place with a 1051 series.

Ethan Welfer finished eighth with a 940 series, and Nathan Johnson landed in 10th place with a 908 series.

Yorkville at Geneseo

The Maple Leafs put together an impressive performance to snag the Foxs 3280-3116 at Lee’s Lanes on Nov. 13.

Geneseo’s Einfeldt rolled his way to a dual high three-game series with a 713. A sophomore, Einfeldt rolled his way to a 290 game and strung together 16 consecutive strikes during the dual.

Munoz had the second highest series in the dual match with a 630 series and a 224 single.

Cones rolled his way to a 554 series, and Splear finished with a 507 series.

McAvoy tallied a 467 series, and Ford finished with a 409 series.

Geneseo fell just short in the JV competition 2797-2773.

The Leafs’ Durnell had the JV high three-game series with a 521, and Welfer finished with a 451 series.

Johnson tallied a 431 series, and Grafft finished with a 490 series.

Geneseo’s Endress added a 487 series, and McKeag finished with a 393 series.