Tioga County Sports Report
WAVERLY — Mya Marsh and Olivia Bennett were separated by one pin as Candor placed fifth at the IAC Bowling Championships at Valley Bowling Center here Saturday. Meanwhile, Kate Maine led an understaffed Newark Valley team with a fourth-place individual effort.
Marsh rolled a 525 series and Bennett registered a 524 for the Indians, who finished with a 2207 total in the 13-team event. Marsh and Bennett placed ninth and 10th, respectively
Kaitlyn Floyd scored a 494 series and had the Indians' high game of the day, a 221. Only three other bowlers notched a higher game. Bennett's high game of 206 ranked sixth best and Marsh had a 193, good for 11th highest.
Julia Dunham recorded a 132-327, Jenna O'Connell added a 125 game and Elisa Hatton had a 116 game.
Maine's 576 series was fourth highest behind individual champion Colleen Jump from Union Springs / Port Byron (648), Waverly's Victoria Houseknecht (630) and US / PB's Jamilynn Casbarro (579). Maine posted a high game of 203, which was the eighth best.
Rosie Hines shot 170-406 and Emily Van Patten had a 138-389 for NV.
IN PHOTO 1: NV'S Kate Maine. ... IN PHOTO 2: Candor's Mya Marsh. ... IN PHOTO 3: Candor's Olivia Bennett. ... IN PHOTO 4: Candor's Kaitlyn Floyd.
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