JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Monday, December 4, 2017 8:00 pm
The Sun Prairie boys maintained their lead and the Marshall/Cambridge girls grabbed the lead after Monday’s fifth week of Wisconsin District 4 High School Bowling at Sugar River Lanes in Belleville and Rude’s Lanes in DeForest.
Eleven boys varsity, three boys junior varsity, and four girls teams are competing this year. For varsity only, there were 11 and five last season, and prior to that it was 11 and six, and 12 and six.
The competition features nine games of Baker format each week.
For the boys, Sun Prairie has 45.5 points and Monona Grove is second with 34.5.
For the girls, Marshall/Cambridge has 27.5 and Monona Grove is second with 26.5.
For boys on Monday, Sun Prairie had the high series of 1,949 and Sauk Prairie/Poynette the high game with 258.
For girls, Marshall/Cambridge had the high series and game with 1,571 and 203.
Three boys from Sun Prairie tied for the lead in fill percentage at 100 percent: Sam Chapman, Andrew Olson and Quinn Sheehy.
Cila Freitas of La Follette/McFarland/Memorial led the girls in fill percentage at 94 percent.
For the season, Quinn Sheehy leads the boys at 96.47 and Allison Dempski of Marshall/Cambridge tops the girls with 88.76 percent.
Full results can be accessed on the District 4 page here.
And the results for the state's other districts are on this page.
The boys and girls both compete next week at Sugar River and Viking Lanes in Stoughton.
The High School Bowling Club program is a program of the Bowling Centers Association of Wisconsin, with more than 100 bowling centers supporting the program statewide.