Bowling: Parish teams advance to Bi-Regionals

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Russell Hedges

rhedges@bossierpress.com

 

The Airline and Haughton girls and the Parkway boys advanced to the bowling Bi-regionals with their performances in Friday’s regional tournament at Holiday Lanes.

The Bi-Regionals are next week in Lake Charles.

Airline, the 5A girls district champ, advanced with a 25.5-1.5 victory over Parkway.

Sara McComic led the Vikings with a high game of 190 and a 528 series.

Russell Hedges/Press-Tribune Airline will be heading to the Bi-Regionals in Lake Charles.
Russell Hedges/Press-Tribune
Airline will be heading to the Bi-Regionals in Lake Charles.

Nicole Taylor had a high-game 174 and Tiana Hopkins bowled a 149.

Rebecca Hutton led Parkway with a high game of 157.

Haughton advanced with victories over Bossier 22-5 and Byrd 22.5-4.5.

Victoria Kent led Haughton against Bossier with a high game of 213 and series of 564. Amber Molinari bowled a 204 and Ashley Brych a 188.

Kent also led the way against Byrd with a high game of 210 and 541 series.

Brych had a high game of 183 and Molinari a 182.

Before falling to Haughton, Parkway won its first-round match 18.5-8.5 over Loyola.

Rebecca Hutton topped the Panthers with a high series of 301. Caiyen Torres had the high game with a 169. Rebecca Landry bowled a 153.

Byrd got the final Bi-Regional spot with a 21-6 victory over Parkway. Hutton led the Lady Panthers with a high game of 178 and series of 498.

The Parkway boys advanced with victories over Minden 27-0 and Airline 22-5.

Darius Moye bowled a 232 game and 421 series against Minden. Ladarius Williamson had a 204 and Niki Edwards a 202.

Moye had a 234 game and 636 series against Airline. Williamson had a 222 and Alex Davis a 214.

Tyler Harvill had an impressive high game of 268 and 602 series. Josh Gaude had a 204 and Chandler Carr a 191.

Byrd defeated Airline 22-6 to earn the final Bi-Regional spot.

Harvill had a 235 game and 591 series. Joshua Gaude and Carr both bowled 177s.

Bossier’s boys and girls both lost first-round games, but Myron DeBerry and April Sainz qualified as individuals for the Bi-Regionals.

DeBerry bowled a high game of 200 and a 557 series. Sainz bowled a high game of 160 and series of 403. Tizzie Raggs had the Bossier girls’ high individual game with a 172.