Monday Prep Roundup: Aberdeen climbs out of huge hole to beat Montesano

  • Mon Jan 13th, 2020 11:00pm
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GIRLS PREP BOWLING

Aberdeen 1495, Montesano 1466

Aberdeen erased a huge deficit after the first game to rally to a 1,495-1,466 victory over Montesano on Monday at Elma Lanes.

Montesano (1-11 overall, 1-7 Evergreen 2A) took a 614-522 lead after Annalynn Farley and Kaylee Lundgren bowled a 149 and 147, respectively, in Game 1.

Aberdeen (6-6, 3-5), which didn’t have a bowler hit 120 in the first game, seized momentum in Game 2. Four of five Bobcats bowlers hits at least 130, with Juli Villa leading the way with a match-best game of 156, as Aberdeen took a 1,208-1,184 lead heading into the Baker games.

In the see-saw match, Aberdeen edged Monte in both Baker games 139-136 and 148-146, respectively, to win the match.

Lundgren has the high-series of the match with a 274.

Aberdeen (1,495) — Sierra Hammond (112, 113, 225); Juli Villa (110, 156, 266); Victoria Judkins (116, 143, 259); Savannah Hendricks (101, 130, 231); Macy Cogburn (83, 144, 227)

Montesano (1,466) — Jessica Reichert (103, 68, 171); Brena Downs (92, 123, 215); Caily Kaivo (123, 140, 263); Annalynn Farley (149, 112, 261); Kaylee Lundgren (147, 127, 274)

 

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