Girls Bowling: Porter leads Lady Hubs against Ottawa

Senior Kiya Porter eyes her mark during the Rochelle Lady Hub varsity bowling match against Ottawa on Monday. Porter led Rochelle with a 447 series and 167 high game. (Photo by Russell Hodges)

Schwanert scores team-high series in Friday match at Oregon

ROCHELLE — The Rochelle Lady Hub bowling team continued Interstate 8 Conference action on Monday, falling 2,510-2,120 against the Ottawa Pirates and moving to 0-5 on the season. Senior Kiya Porter led the Lady Hubs with a 447 series in the loss.

Ottawa defeated Rochelle 742-671 in the first game despite Porter’s series-best 167 for the Lady Hubs. The Pirates took the second game 842-699, with junior Alyssa Schwanert rolling 144 for Rochelle. Ottawa completed its sweep in the third game, winning 917-750 behind 220 from Michaela Boaz and 186 from McKenzie Lewis. Porter scored 146 for the Lady Hubs.


The Rochelle Lady Hub bowling team battled Oregon on the road Friday, falling 3,553-2,440 at Town & County Lanes in Mount Morris. Junior Alyssa Schwanert led the Lady Hubs with a 471 series, while three Oregon players including Ava Wight (673), Rebbeca Meyers (657) and Sammantha Meyers (608) averaged over 200 pins per game in the Hawk victory.

Oregon dominated the first game, defeating Rochelle 1,196-810 behind 228 from Rebbeca Meyers, 213 from Wight and 212 from Sammantha Meyers. Schwanert’s series-best 176 propelled the Lady Hubs against the Hawks in the opening game.

Oregon took the second game with an even greater scoring output, winning 1,253-806 as five Hawk bowlers rolled scores over 200. Schwanert totaled 152 for Rochelle, while Rebbeca Meyers spearheaded the charge for the Hawks with 238. Wight added 226, Sammantha Meyers scored 224, Alysa Conley fired 212 and Hannah Kaltenbrun chipped in 201.

Oregon sealed its sweep over Rochelle with a 1,104-824 victory in the third game. Wight’s 234 was the high score for the Hawks, while senior Kiya Porter paced the Lady Hubs with 167 and Schwanert added 143. Porter finished with a 365 series and freshman Faith Adams added 356.



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