Photo: Kaneland’s Madi Bluml, shown here at a recent practice, helped the JV effort against DeKalb on Nov. 23. File Photo
KANELAND—With many new faces, KHS bowling is still trying to gel, and still looking for an early win.
In the season opener, Kaneland fell to DeKalb at Mardi Gras Lanes on Tuesday, 3,046-2,314.
The high series for the Lady Barbs was bowled by Brandi Underwood, who struck a 655 series. Teammate Alyssa Mershun was next with a 517 series.
For Kaneland, senior anchor Holly Thomas bowled a 571 series, with a meet-high game of 236. Thomas also bowled a 169 game, as well.
Accompanying series were bowled by Seleana Isaacs at 407 and Amanda Strayve at 374.
The Lady Knight JV ranks had a tough 1,910-1,647 loss to DeKalb, despite the efforts of Michelle Bohanek.
The freshman bowled a team-high 323 series, highlighted by a 147 game.
On Tuesday against visiting Sterling, the varsity lost 3,165-2,100, despite a 445 series from Thomas (high game 165). The JV team lost by a 2,363-1,507 tally.
The varsity troops were scheduled to head to Dixon on Thursday, Dec. 2.