"Coming off a loss last week, I thought we rebounded pretty well," said Marshall County coach Robby Giles. "We've got a lot of new players on both teams and we're showing improvement every week."
Playing three matches with six bowlers per team, the Tigerettes won 12 of the 18 individual games and received two points at the end of each match for having the highest pin total. MCHS then collected another three points at the end of the contest for having the highest combined pin total for all three matches.
Devin Ashley (one win) paced Tullahoma with a score of 475, while Emily Dotson, Jesse Northcutt (one win), and Shayla Bulkley (three wins) tallied a 390, 355, and 299 respectively. Kameron Underwood (one win) and Nicole Fitzgerald both finished with a 273 to round out the Lady Wildcats' lineup.
In the boys contest, the Tigers won 14 of the 18 individual games and received all six bonus points for having the highest score at the end of each match. Marshall County was then awarded another three points for having the highest combined pin total at the end of the contest.
Brandon Harden posted MCHS' best total score with a 631 and won two out of his three games, while Austin Hunt (three wins), Brandon Wiley (three wins), Chance Childers (two wins), and Chris Chapman (one win) recorded a 570, 563, 541, and a 364 respectively. Matthew Parker won both games he bowled in and finished with a total score of 298. Anthony Cummings then replaced Parker in the third match and rolled a 188 en route to winning his game.
Bradley Daniel was the Wildcats' top player with a score of 618, while Luke Mitchell (one win), Jordan Snow, and Nick Campbell (two wins) were the other Tullahoma bowlers to participate in all three matches and posted a 525, 453, and 374 respectively.