Lady Knights bowling begins â€˜10 with 2 losses
By Mike Slodki
on January 7, 2010
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