Ravenna’s boys defeated Ludington 22-8 and the girls won 27-3.
“Ravenna is a tough team to face, and even though the match points don’t show it, our teams bowled very well today,” said Ludington coach Maggie Bates. “For the boys, we had the most consistent Bakers we have had all season. For the girls, our Bakers were okay, but need some work. However, their individual games and team totals were some of their best and most consistent.”
Ludington’s boys split their two Baker games, losing their first by a 198-181 score.
Game 1 leaders for the Orioles included Jaden Shultz with a 172, Damion Ott rolled a 150, Dominic Reamer a 148, Cameron Fetters a 142 and Darius Byrd a 120 for a team total of 730.
In Game 2, the Orioles had Ott with a 167, Shultz a 147, Amari George a 141, Justin Lunde a 139 and Aidan Zinn a 129 for a team total of 723.
On the girls’ side, Game 1 leaders were Rylee Hardenburgh with a 170, Elicia Byrd with a 151, Karly Gokey with a 110, Grace Ashley/Julia Gilchrist with a 105 and Sophia Rupp with a 101 for a team total of 637.
Leaders in Game 2 were Hardenburgh with a 148, Ashley with a 140, Sofia Vivenz with a 131, Byrd with a 114 and Anna Grimes with a 102 for a team total of 635.
Ravenna boys’ scorers were Josiah Kantola 130, Caleb Jonas 147-187, Matt Anton 152-164, Vaughn Luce 185-154 and Dylan Gordon 212-180.
Leading the Bulldog girls were Isabelle Emery 141, Alison Phillips 125-138, Emma Herremans 125-126, Kendra Denhof 247 and Mae Mabrito 159-202. Kendra Denhof’s 247 game a Ravenna girls’ single game record.
Ravenna’s boys are now 8-2 while the girls improved to 6-4.