The high game for the night was rolled by Ludington’s Lucas Ruggero with a 146, while the next high game was a 140 rolled by Kertis Basler of Mason County Central.
Balser also had the night’s highest series with a 266. Ruggero had the second highest series with a 259. Riley Periemer of Mason County Central had the third highest series with a 257.
Next high series for Ludington was rolled by Cameron Fetters with a 251. Amari George and Nick Wysong rolled identical games of 123.
“Tonight was a good meet for the boys,” Ludington coach Maggie Bates said. “I wish we could have come away with a win, but I’ll take that score for sure.
“One thing I told the boys to take away from tonight is to finish the meet as strong as they started. Their Baker games weren’t bad at a 103 and 135, and they bowled well in Game 1.
“They just seemed to get tired in the second game, so hopefully we can continue to work on it. It’s been hard with being on break, and then snow days for the past week, but I and the other coaches believe in them and they will get there, there is no doubt in our minds.”
Mason County Central is next scheduled to compete against Montague in Muskegon. at Sherman Lanes on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Orioles are idle until next Monday when they host North Muskegon.