Photos: Senior Amanda Strayve stays calm under pressure during Kaneland’s home match against Marengo on Monday. Photo by John DiDonna
KANELAND—The Kaneland High School bowling team dropped a pair of meets this week, starting out the season 0-3.
Looking to get its first win in its second meet, Kaneland bowling instead fell victim to a high-powered Marengo unit.
The Indians took a 3,099-2,524 win at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb on Monday. Their high game was 1,048, compared to 868 for KHS.
Marengo’s Dominique Bailey’s total knockdown of pins was 607 to lead the winners. Kaneland was paced by junior Christie Crews with a 480 series and senior Angela Charhut with 458.
Kaneland dropped Tuesday’s meet against visiting Sterling, with the Knights hosting at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb.
Sterling won all three games by a combined total of 3,267-2,795.
Christie Crews led the Lady Knights with a high game of 192 in game three, as well as with high series with 537.
Kaneland travels to Dixon on Thursday, Nov. 29, for Northern Illinois Big XII crossover action.