Keglers fall short to Tripoli

By Becky Walz,

Making up a match from earlier this month, the Decorah bowling girls’ and boys’ teams fell to Tripoli Monday at Panther Lanes.

Making up a match from earlier this month, the Decorah bowling girls’ and boys’ teams fell to Tripoli Monday at Panther Lanes.
Facing a tough Tripoli squad, the girls dropped the contest 2,432 to 2,329. Baker scores were 157, 170, 157, 134 and 174.
Pacing the Vikes were Rebecca Bruening (204, 151) and Grace Gerleman (149, 155). Combining in the team score for the varsity were Sydney Hageman (131, 163), Lily Iverson (132, 134), Paige Lange (136, 161) and Hannah Schnitzler (174, 113).
“The girls didn’t transition to the tough oil pattern in Tripoli,” noted Coach Keith Bruening.
In the boys’ match, Decorah fell 2,499 to 2,586 with Will Marx (210, 212), Daniel Skrade (156, 184) and Grady Brauer (147, 189) leading the way. Others on the lanes included Brody Anfinson (117, 146), Cade Averhoff (124, 151) and Gavin Sims (188, 117).
Baker scores were 123, 165, 153, 185 and 195.
The conference tournament scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 26, was postponed to Wednesday, Feb. 2, due to extreme cold conditions. Decorah’s next match is set for Friday, Jan. 28, at North Iowa, followed by a tournament hosted by Independence at Cadillac Lanes Saturday, Jan. 29, at 9 a.m.

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