The Parkway boys completed the regular season 12-0 with a 17-10 victory over Haughton on Thursday at Holiday Lanes.
In other boys matches, Airline downed Captain Shreve 18-9, Benton defeated Bossier 24-3 and Loyola dropped Minden 25-2.
The Airline and Parkway girls teams both won their final matches and finished 11-1. The Lady Vikings defeated Bossier 27-0 and the Lady Panthers downed Benton 18-9. In the other girls match, Loyola defeated Captain Shreve 15-12.
Airline and Parkway split their regular-season matches. The Lady Vikings won 22-5 and the Lady Panthers won 18-9. That gave Airline a 31-23 edge in the tiebreaker.
The playoffs begin March 23 with the regionals.
Three Parkway boys bowled 200-plus games. Xavier Harris led the way with a 225. Justin Shea had a 221 and Destin Meza a 214. Meza had the team’s high series of 621.
Brandon Simmons led Haughton (7-5) with a 208 high game. Cameron Silba bowled a 199.
Tanner Talmadge paced Airline (9-3) with a 210 high game as part of a 547 series. Samuel Lane had a 149 and Gage Moore a 148. The Vikings finished second in the 5A district.
John Norris led Benton (6-5) with a 193 high game and 540 series. Parker King bowled a 165 and Anthony Leon a 159. The Tigers finished second in the 4A and below district.
Nick Thomas led Bossier with a 154 high game and 370 series. Brandon Hohesntein and Chris Whisnant both had high games of 124.
Parkway’s Chandler Sumpter led the boys division with a season average of 204. Shea ranked second with a 181 and Meza third with a 179.
Trista Quinley topped the Airline girls with a 201 high game. Jayda Ellison had the team’s high series of 403, including a 140. Madison Raab bowled a 149.
Katie Black led the Parkway girls with a 190 high game as part of a 490 series. Traclyn Bell had a 187 and Ashley Gardner a 170.
Hannah Parker had Benton’s high game of 181. Caitlin Lawrence had the Lady Tigers’ high series of 459, including a 171. Michaele Celichowski bowled a 140. Benton finished 7-5.
Byrd’s Celeste Thedford led the girls division in the regular season with a 196 average. Quinley was second with a 184 and Black third with a 171.
NOTE: Results courtesy of Holiday Lanes.
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