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Newton JV bowling teams win

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014 11:26 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014 11:43 a.m. CDT
(Jocelyn Sheets/Daily News)
Freshman Joe Stammeyer makes his approach on the lanes at Cardinal Lanes. Stammeyer helped the Newton junior varsity boys beat Clarke Saturday in a home dual meet.

NEWTON — Newton’s junior varsity bowling teams marked up victories at home Saturday against Clarke of Osceola. NHS bowling head coach Seth Banwell said he was pleased with how all the bowlers performed on Saturday in their first meet back from break.

The Cardinal varsity teams also posted wins.

In the boys’ junior varsity competition, Newton combined for a 2,143-pin total to Clarke’s 1,757. Newton’s Baker games went 142, 134, 118, 146 and 158 for a total of 698.

Leading the Cardinal boys in the individual games was junior Andrew Sammey with a 360 on games of 194 and 166. Freshman Joe Stammeyer had a 321 (148, 173) and sophomore Shea Carre had a 286 (143, 143). Senior Chase Antle rolled a 244 (108, 136) and sophomore Evan Carter bowled a 234 (100, 134).

Newton’s junior varsity girls combined for a 1,761 team total to win their division. Newton also had a coed team that took second with a total of 1,582 ahead of Clarke’s JV girls at 1,372.

Freshman Kirsten Young paced the Newton girls with games of 141 and 154 for a 295. Senior Makayla Tabor bowled a 247 (106, 141) and freshman Lizzy Coyle had a 238 (116, 122). Sophomore Ashley Boots posted a 213 (105, 108) and freshman Hayley Sinclair had a 171 (91,80).

The Newton girls’ Baker games went 116, 140, 92, 123 and 126 for 597. The Newton coed Baker games were 98, 115, 124, 80 and 116 for 533.

Leading the NHS coed team was freshman Joe Malsom with a 248 (143, 105). Senior Brian Jones had a 236 (99, 137), followed by sophomore Noah Kimmel at 218 (127, 91), freshman Erin Van Sickle at 201 (94, 107), and sophomore Trisha Beck with a 146 (50, 96).

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