By Andy Krutsinger, Mt. Pleasant News
The Mt. Pleasant bowling teams hosted Washington and West Central on Thursday afternoon. The Panthers finished second in both meets.
The boys threw a 2,211, which was second to West Central (2,249) and beat Washington (1,528). The girls threw a 1,989, which lost to West Central (2,063), but topped Washington (1,800).
The boys? team was led by Mark Steinhoff, who threw a 143 in his first game and a 206 in his second game to finish at 349. Sam Anderson was second, throwing a 148 and a 178 to end the round at 326.
Ethan Oilar rolled a 156 and a 137 to finish at 293. Tritan Dirth rolled a 130 and a 155 to end the round at 285. Brandon Parton threw a 150 and a 121 to finish at 271, and Levi Mills rolled a 121 and a 143 to score 264.
The Mt. Pleasant boys? baker games went 106, 113, 153, 124 and 191.
On the JV side for the boys, Payton Lovan rolled a 176 (94 and 82), and Ben Baccam rolled a 164 (83 and 63). Baker games went 87, 76, 74, 115 and 116.
Alexis Wohlleber had a big night for the Panther girls, rolling a 144 in her first game and a 179 in her second game to lead the way with 323. Emily Shumaker was second, throwing a 139 and a 148 to end the round at 287.
Kelsey Hummell rolled a 123 and a 135 to finish the round at 258. Gillian Anderson threw a 124 and a 104 to end the day at 228. Tylisa Kelley rolled a 119 and a 93 for a final score of 212, and Brittany Triska rolled a 99 and a 77 to finish the round at 176.