Morris girls bowling finished fifth at the Minooka Invitational on Saturday with a score of 964. Oswego East won invitational, finishing with a team score of 1,016. Oswego was second with 900 and Minooka third with 920.
Top individual honors went to East’s Abby Ragsdale as she recorded a grand total of 1,378 pins. Minooka’s Emily Koulis was next with a total of 1,336.
Also scoring for Minooka were: Kortney Sickler (1,199), Nora Russell (1,012), Lexi Jones (1,007), Kayly Windbiel (555) and Heather McCubbins (461).
The top performance for Morris came from Taylor Warwick. She finished with a pin count of 1,175. Also scoring for the Redskins were: Amber Benson (1,071), Skylar Easson (1,018), Imelda Garcia (968), Jessica Winter (734) and Savannah Strange (633).
Travis Schoonover had 36 points to lead the Comets, while Brent headrick had 19 and Mason Dransfeldt had 14 in the win at the Interstate Eight Conference Tournament.
“We came out with good energy,” R-C coach Mark Porter said. “Forcing turnovers is a big thing for us and forcing 41 was huge.”
Caleb Boma had 12 points while Triston Dircks added nine and Colton Fieldman had eight in the loss at the Interstate Eight Conference Tournament.
Plainfield North 43
Sydney Arlis and Kelly Carnagio had 15 points apiece for the Indians. Brooklyn Bachmann added 14 for Minooka.
At the sophomore level, Minooka won, 41-40, behind 21 points from Heather Bonde.
Kristine Zitt had 15 points and Jasmine Mitchell had 10 in the Litte 10 Conference championship.
“Tough game to lose, but give Serena credit. They outplayed us,” Newark coach Brian Holman said.
Seneca won its 20th game of the season by beating the Crusaders in a nonconference game.
Mallory Misener had 17 points in the win while Jacey Lamboley had 15 points for the Lady Irish.
“We did a good job of moving the ball around to get open looks,” Seneca coach Barb Beck said. “Mallory and Jacey knocked down some shots early to get us going.”
In the frosh-soph game, Seneca won, 32-26, with Sierrah Kinney scoring seven points and Abby Klicker six.
Ethan Haywood had 15 points, Walker Eutsey had 11 and Sean Hansen had seven in the win by the Tigers.
In the seventh-grade game, GSW lost, 30-11, despite five points by Matthew Weppwrecht.
At the IESA 7-2A regional in Seneca, the Mavericks recorded the win.
Issca Brockman had 24 points while Sam Grushkin added 10 points and six steals.
Coal City 14
Coal City had its season end in a loss to the Indians despite seven points from Zack Sandeno.
Keegan Gagliardo hit a big 3-pointer end of regulation to propel the Warriors to an earlier 27-25 win against Manhattan.
In another game against Manteno, the Warriors won 22-19 with Nolan O’Keefe leading the team with nine points.