Bowlers end regular season, gear up for sectionals
Kaneland bowling fell just 28 points short of matching Illinois Math & Science Academy during a battle at St. Paulâ€™s School in Aurora on Thursday afternoon.
With the 2,220-2,192 loss to the Titans, and a 2,625-2,298 loss to visiting Lisle on Monday afternoon, the Lady Knights fall to 3-10 overall in dual competition with a 1-6 mark in Western Sun Conference play.
Leading the way for KHS was an impressive performance from Jessie McHenry, who bowled a 521 series. Holly Thomas bowled a 447 series, followed by Tierra Leeâ€™s 437.
McHenryâ€™s games of 183, 170 and 168 were team-highs.
The JV team came out on the short end of a 1,730-1,689 result.
Sabrina Gabrielle paced the Lady Knights with a 432 series.
Aganst the visiting Lady Lions, Thomas bowled a 482 series and was buoyed by a high game of 169.
McHenry bowled a 426 series, while Kuryliw bowled a 375 series.
Left for Kaneland bowling is a trip to Four Seasons in Sycamore for the 18-team sectional on Saturday, Feb. 6. Fellow WSC schools DeKalb, Geneva, Rochelle and Sycamore are also in the sectional, along with previous opponent Huntley.
Photo by Susan O’Neill