Highland Lanes hosts opening matches for Hillsboro, Fairfield, Whiteoak and Lynchburg-Clay


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Members of the Lynchburg-Clay and Hillsboro varsity bowling teams warm up on Monday at Highland Lanes prior to their first match of the season.


Ryan Applegate | The Times-Gazette

The Lynchburg-Clay boys and Hillsboro girls teams lead the way in a five team bowling match Monday at the Highland Lanes bowling center.

For the boys competition Lynchburg-Clay boys team bowled their highest total in the five years of the programs existence.

All five starters for the Mustangs averaged over 200 for the two regular games. Sophomore Jonah Fenner had a 417, Seniors Brayden Sellman 414, Noah Fenner 414, Daulton Feiss 421, and Eli Hollingsworth 433.

The boys final scores for the match were: Lynchburg-Clay 2633, Hillsboro, 2247, Wilmington 1968, Whiteoak 1902, and Fairfield 1725.

This was Whiteoak and Fairfield’s first ever matches as a high school bowling team.

The Varsity Girls finished up with Hillsboro in first with a total of 2327, Lynchburg-Clay 1874, followed by Wilmington, Whiteoak and Fairfield.

Leading scores for the Lady Mustangs were Senior Taylor McLaughlin 298 and Sophomore Morghan Sellman 384.

The Mustangs will bowl their next match on Monday at Sunset bowl against new comers to High School bowling Eastern and Fairfield.

Shawn McLaughlin is the head coach of the Lady Mustangs bowling team.

Members of the Lynchburg-Clay and Hillsboro varsity bowling teams warm up on Monday at Highland Lanes prior to their first match of the season.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_Bowling-Highland-County.jpgMembers of the Lynchburg-Clay and Hillsboro varsity bowling teams warm up on Monday at Highland Lanes prior to their first match of the season. Ryan Applegate | The Times-Gazette

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