East Union-West Union wind down bowling season
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.
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- City sets new Christmas parade date for next Tuesday
- Main Street Association sponsors Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Cooper Park
- County supervisors hire three employees, discuss potential logging problems
- MEC’s Mississippi Connection tour visiting here Wednesday