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Southwest Baker Shootout sees several local teams compete

Several local teams recently took to the lanes for the Southwest Baker Shootout, including Bellefontaine and West Liberty-Salem.

The Bellefontaine varsity boys finished in the top eight led by Cody Hullinger with games of 202 and 216 for a 418 series.

Alex Richards rolled a 217 game for 394 series and Cale Sterling put up a 242 game for a 381 series. Dylan Legge followed with a 205 game for a 367 series.

13 teams of girls participated in the shootout. Bellefontaine didn’t make the cut.

For the Lady Cheiftains, Haleigh Stafford rolled games of 173 and 170 for a 343.

Allie Seklly made a 168 game for a 312 series and Sierra Rhoades downed pins for a 158 game and 308 series.

Hannah Davis held onto a 168 game and Christina Kinchen rolled a 153.

The West Liberty-Salem High School bowling teams also saw action in the tournament

The boys team finished in 12th place.

Justin Dallas led the Tigers with a 232, followed by Phil Davis with a 202.

Also scoring for the boys included Gage Rudasill with a 196 and Logan Woolley rolling a 184.

The girls team finished in 13th place.

Emily Cook led the team with a 165. Erica McCall added a 149 and Darby Thomas rolled a 143.

Sami Lay had a game of 125 and Catrina Shank made a 115 for the Lady Tigers.

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