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Chiefs strike past Stebbins, Raiders topple Northwestern

A couple area schools had bowling teams in action Tuesday.

The Bellefontaine varsity boys toppled Stebbins 2,522 to 2,389.

For the Chiefs, Cody Hullinger bowled a 460 series, Devin Legge shot a 392 series, Alex Richards contributed a 361 series, and Dalton Massey added a 192 game.

The Bellefontaine JV boys fell to Stebbins 2,212 to 1,747.

For the JV Chiefs, Cale Sterling delivered a 304 series, Adam Williams rolled a 152 game, and William Spitznogle had a 138 game.

The Bellefontaine varsity girls lost to Stebbins 2,440 to 2,104.

For the Lady Chiefs, Allie Skelly fired a 337 series, Sierra Rhoades recorded a 329 series, and Kelsie Nicholl added a 146 game.

The Bellefontaine JV girls beat Stebbins 1,557 to 1,298.

For the JV Lady Chiefs, Emily Castle tallied a 257 series, McKinley Manns totaled a 254 series, and Brandy Cole added a 147 game.

The Benjamin Logan varsity boys defeated Northwestern 2,717 to 2,637 at TP Lanes.

For the Raiders, Logan Wenger fired a 422 series, Kam Newland totaled a 413 series, Wes Brown bowled a 226 game, and David Miller added a 205 game.

The Benjamin Logan varsity girls lost to Northwestern.

For the Lady Raiders, Danielle Jones bowled a 212 game, Alyssa Gearheart tallied a 167 game, Alyssa Smucker rolled a 158 game, and Allison Cummings a 128 game.

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