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MP bowling teams drop home meet

GTNS photo by Andy Krutsinger

Mark Steinhoff releases the ball during Thursday afternoon’s home bowling meet.
GTNS photo by Andy Krutsinger Mark Steinhoff releases the ball during Thursday afternoon’s home bowling meet.
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The Mt. Pleasant bowling teams fell in a Southeast Conference meet against Keokuk on Thursday night. The boys’ team fell 2,973-2,557 and the girls’ team dropped their game 2,278-2,065.

The Panther boys were led by Sam Anderson, who finished the day at 415. He rolled a 182 in his first game and a 233 in the second game. Ethan Oilar was second on the team with 365, throwing a 185 and a 180.

Levi Mills and Brandon Boggess-Parton each rolled 353. Mills bowled a 147 in his first game and a 206 in the second game, and Boggess-Parton rolled a 173 and 180.

Mark Steinhoff rolled a 255. His first game ended with a score of 99, and he improved with a 156 in game two. Logan White rolled a 110 and a 122 to finish at 252.

Baker games for the Mt. Pleasant boys went 158, 163, 139, 150 and 206.

Alexis Wohlleber led the girls’ team. She rolled a 158 in the first game and a 148 in the second to finish at 306. Kelsey Hummel was second on the squad with a 293, rolling a 105 and a 188. Tylisa Kelley bowled a 126 and a 142 to finish out at 268.

Gillian Anderson rolled a 108 and a 145 to finish the day at 253. Arlouny Phosy rolled a 133 and a 113 to score 246. Danna Wilson rolled a 103 and a 130 to end the day at 233.

Baker games for the girls’ team went 149, 142, 147, 132 and 129.

The junior varsity boys fell 2,309-1,821. Owen Steinhoff led the way with a 268 (118, 150), and Kalib Wilson (133, 125) and Damien Kracht (124, 134) each finished at 254.

Nolan Myers rolled a 114 and a 130 for the JV team to score 244. Payton Lovan rolled a 101 and an 85 to score 186. Justin Alldredge rolled a 95 and an 89 to finish the day at 184.

Baker games for the JV team went 97, 128, 126, 115 and 141.

The Panther bowling teams will be back in SEC action on Saturday, Jan. 19. Mt. Pleasant will travel to Washington for their second-straight conference dual.