Wauseon and Evergreen squared off in bowling on Friday at River City Bowl-A-Way in Napoleon as the Indians won the boys match 2379-2114 and 1834-1503 in the girls contest.
In the boys match, the Indians held a 480-467 advantage in three Baker Games.
Leading Wauseon was Nic Kearney who rolled a 407 series total, Bret Wisda who added a 387 series, and Cale Meeker and Desmond Rapp who each recored a 376. Evergreen’s Chris Carrington finished with a 348, Devin Butts 345, Nick Hudik 338 and Evan Conrad 321.
For the Wauseon girls, Kama Brackman had a 341 series, Payton Lovins 266, Jenna Simon 178 and Sarah Mikolajcyk 154. Evergreen’s Courtney Wilson finished with a 379, Caitlyn Shields 240, Destiny Ricker 205 and Breeanna Riegsecker 189.
The Indians also held a 387-303 advantage in Baker.