West Union falls in bowling to Pontotoc
West Union dropped only their second match of the season in bowling, as both the Eagles and Lady Eagles lost to Pontotoc, 5-3.
West Union 3 (g)
Brittany Rush scored the high game and series for the Lady Warriors as Pontotoc defeated West Union.
Rush bowled a 204 for the high game and a 484 for the high series.
The high bowler for West Union was April Rollins, who bowled a 176 in her first game and a 476 total to lead the Lady Eagles. Jessica Joyner and Jenna Nolley were next as each bowled 159 games.
West Union 3 (b)
Austin Speck bowled a 593, but that would not be enough to top the Warriors, as Pontotoc defeated the Eagles, 5-3.
Speck bowled the high game for the Eagles in his second game, a 234. Brandon Scott was next with a 221 in his first game, and Sam Nanney bowled a 213, also in his first game.
Speck finished with a 593, which was just shy of the high series 617 bowled by Pontotoc’s Thomas Cormack. Cormack also bowled the high game for the match with a 246.
West Union will next compete Thursday at Starkville then the boys will have two straight versus East Webster on Feburary 5th and 19th.
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