Several area bowling teams were in action Friday.
The Bellefontaine varsity boys fell to Kenton Ridge 2,866 to 2,608 at T-P Lanes.
Devin Legge had games of 228 and 205 for a 433 series.
Dylan Legge recorded a 190 and a 225 for a 415 series.
Cody Hullinger shot a 216 and Cale Sterling added a 174.
The JV Chiefs lost to the Cougars 1,832 to 1,717.
Anthony Tolliver shot a 163 and a 168 for a 331 series.
Adam Williams added a 148 game.
In varsity girls, Bellefontaine lost to Kenton Ridge 2,222 to 2,141.
Ashleigh Stafford had games of 155 and 166 for a 321 series.
Christina Kinchen shot a 171, Hannah Davis recorded a 166, Kelsie Nicholl fired a 152, and Allie Skelly added a 150.
The JV Lady Chiefs defeated Kenton Ridge 1,699 to 1,591.
Terra Knight shot a 286 series.
The Benjamin Logan varsity girls lost by three pins to host Tecumseh at Century Lanes.
The final was 2,036 to 2,033.
Alyssa Smucker shot a 328 series, Jenna Peyton recorded a 327, Danielle Jones fired a 296 series, Karlee Gilliam tossed a 240 series, Lacey Miller had a 127 game, and Deanndra Carpenter added a 110 game.
The Benjamin Logan varsity boys fell to Tecumseh 2,524 to 2,457.
Mitchel Johnson rolled a 206 and a 179 for a 385 series.
Logan Wenger had games of 192 and 188 for a 380 series.
Harvey McCann recorded a 192, Tristin Harshfield shot a 176, Garrett Ashcraft tossed a 169, Wes Brown had a 153, and Josh Wiley rolled a 135.
The Raiders will host Graham at T-P Lanes on Monday.
The West Liberty-Salem varsity boys beat Graham 2,339 to 2,192.
Gage Rudasill had games of 186 and 190 for a 376 series.
Logan Woolley fired a 221 and Reese Shafer tossed a 200.
For Graham, Nathan Evans shot a 254 and Matt Gullett rolled a 201.
The Graham varsity girls defeated West Liberty-Salem 2,052 to 1,717.
Abigail Ogden led the Falcons with a 180.
Nikki Phillips followed with a 171.
For the Lady Tigers, Darby Thomas shot a 160 and Emily Crook added a 140.