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The Lady Riders carried the momentum from last weekend and placed second at the Suburban League Post Season Tournament at Kent Lanes. Emily Byles lead all bowlers with a 670 series and rolled games of 235, 203, and 232. Furthermore, Emily finished in second place overall as an individual bowler for the entire season. Laurie Farley was seventh overall and rolled games of 180, 270, and 174 for a 561 series. Barbara Hickin had a 530 series and rolled games of 141, 187, and 202. Anna Larison had her best day as a Rough Rider and rolled games of 146, 179, and 193. Finally, Braydn Harris had a 517 series and rolled games of 189, 162, and 166. Overall, as individuals the ladies placed extremely well finishing from first to 15th out of a poll of more then 66 bowlers. In the baker format the ladies rolled games of 180, 165, 113, 157, and 207.The final team score was 3,618which made for a great afternoon of bowling.
As a coach I am extremely proud of the ladies. They believed in themselves, relaxed, and had fun! Furthermore, I would like to thank our athletic department at Theodore Roosevelt High School and Kent Lanes staff for helping organize and host a first class tournament.
Next up for the Riders is the sectional tournament hosted by Boardman Lanes on February 18th.