Courier sports staff
Courier Staff Writer
DES MOINES —
The Ottumwa bowling teams both stayed perfect in their still young seasons with dual victories over Des Moines Roosevelt Monday at Air Lanes in Des Moines.
Bailey Palmer led the way for the girls team, as she bowled a 217 and the Bulldogs triumphed over the Roughriders 2846-1991. Techel said his team’s target goal before the dual was 2850.
Austin Palmer led the boys with a score of 240 and Ottumwa prevailed 2515-1628.
Lynnissa Lasley followed Palmer with a score of 191. Plus Sydney Swallow and Payton Wilbanks both bowled a 187, Michaela Malloy 183 and Sadie Shaw 174.
“We still need to work on our Baker games,” girls coach Doug Techel said. “Overall, it was a pretty good match.”
Behind Palmer was Anthony Roberts with a score of 227 and Joey Lee, who rolled a 201. In addition, Isaac Goodman bowled a 191, Braxton Coble finished with a score of 172 and Jordan Mitchell 163.
“This meet was better for us than the first one, but we still have some silly mistakes we need to fix,” boys coach Brett Salter said.
The Ottumwa girls and boys junior varsity teams also triumphed in their duals. The girls topped the Roughriders 2515-1628 and boys prevailed 2543-2020.
The Ottumwa bowling teams’ home openers are Thursday against CIML Metro Conference rivals Des Moines Lincoln at Champion Bowl.
Ottumwa-Des Moines Roosevelt Results
At Air Lanes, Des Moines
Team Scores: Ottumwa 2846, Roosevelt 1991
Ottumwa Individuals: Bailey Palmer 217, Lynissa Lasley 191, Sydney Swallow 187, Payton Wilbanks 187, Michaela Malloy 183, Sadie Shaw 174.
Girls Junior Varsity
Team Scores: Ottumwa 2515, Roosevelt 1628
Ottumwa Individuals: Maddy Ware 180, Cheyenne Starr 178, Whitney Bone 170, Courtney Smith 148, Erin Six 143, Ashley Schooley 136
Team Scores: Ottumwa 2971, Roosevelt 2765
Ottumwa Individuals: Austin Palmer 240, Anthony Roberts 227, Joey Lee 201, Isaac Goodman 191, Braxton Coble 172, Jordan Mitchell 163.
Boys Junior Varsity
Team Scores: Ottumwa 2543, Roosevelt 2020
Ottumwa Individuals: Brandon Six 207, Bryan Haigist 187, Seth Meinders 164, Joey Hartley 162, Kolten Fountain 149, Brandon Evans 134.