Bowling season is winding down, and East Union and West Union were recently in action versus Starkville and Tupelo
The Urchins and Lady Urchins fell to Tupelo, 6-2 and 5-3 respectively.
Jacob Charland led the Urchins with a 262, while John Malcolm Pannell bowled a 256, John Prather a 203 and Austin Copeland a 200.
Charland was one off the high game, which was bowled by Tupelo’s Tim Hartigan with a 263.
Pannell bowled the high series for the Urchins with a 571, followed by Prather with a 542 and Daniel Hardy with a 542.
Hartigan bowled the high series for the match with a 599.
The Lady Urchins were led in the match by Whitley Blakenship, who bowled a high game of 138 to lead East Union. Ali Long of Tupelo bowled the high game of the match with a 215.
Jessica Burkes’ 392 was the high series for the Lady Urchins, while Marilyn Magill bowled a 376 overall.
Tupelo also defeated the Lady Eagles 6-2, as Long again dominated, bowling a high game of 210 and the high series of 540.
Amber Maxey, Jessica Joyner and Jenna Nolley all bowled a 156 to lead West Union, while Maxey bowled a 444 and Joyner a 443 for the high series.
The Eagles tied the Golden Wave 4-4 in their match.
Bradley Duncan bowled the high game at 259, while Austin Speck led the Eagles with a 235. Brandon Scott bowled a 214 and Brently Scott a 185 to lead the Eagles.
Duncan bettered Speck by eight points for the high series, as Duncan had a 619 and Speck a 611. Brandon Scott bowled a 601, while Brently Scott rounded out with a 185.
West Union also took on the Yellow Jackets of Starkville, defeating them 8-0 in girls and 6-2 in boys.
Maxey led the Lady Eagles with a 447 overall, followed by Joyner with a 443.
Speck again bowled a 611 for West Union, followed by Brandon Scott with a 601.