by Mike Slodki
The bowlers got back into the swing of things at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb on Monday afternoon, but with a 2,560-2,220 loss to visiting Rochelle.
Kaneland followed it up with a 2,454-2,222 loss at Lisle Lines to the Lions.
Against the Hubs, Kaneland (2-5, 1-3 Western Sun Conference) saw a nice outing from junior Holly Thomas, who had a 555 series. The display was anchored by three games of 190, 203 and 162.
â€œShe really shined today and is performing well as a leader,â€ KHS coach Jim McKnight said.
Senior Amy Kuryliw supplied a 459 series, and Jessie McHenry added a 429 series.
Melanie Early of Lisle had a 511 series to lead the hosts against Kaneland.
Thomas performed to expectations once again with a 577 series, featuring games of 226, 181 and 170.
Molly Lambert had a 435 series, while Kuryliw had a 409 series.
The bowlers get back in the swing of things with a conference matchup at Geneva on Thursday, Jan. 7, and a home matchup with Sycamore on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
Photo: Jessie McHenry of Lady Knights bowling supplied a 429 series on Monday against Rochelle. File Photo