Alex Johnson rolled a 279-257-245-781 for Insight Technology to lead the Catering Plus/Wilcox Bros. League at Valley Bowling Center.
Cody Vincent cracked a 279-254-235-768 and Matt White, bowling for White’s Excavating, rolled a 216-241-258-715.
CJ Jones had a 256-674, Casey Vincent a 236-673, John Hanson a 240-667, Austin Fitzgerald a 235-632, Mike Cameron a 238-628 and Dale Johnson a 221-609. Rob Stockton followed with a 242-593, Blaine Gunn rolled a 216-591, Allen Lucks had a 211-582, Corry Moore spilled a 221-578, Nathan Britton had a 214-568 and Josh Vincent drilled a 194-564.
The Warren County High School Trap League completed its second week of shooting with Corry, Sheffield and Youngsville competing on Tuesday and Tidioute shooting Thursday due to school closure.
Top shooters for the night with 25s were Corry’s Tyler Hasbrouck, Mckenzie Mitchell and Jaxon Gray.
High Lady was McKenzie Mitchell from Corry with a 25.
Corry led the league with a team score of 171 followed by Sheffield with 157, Tidioute with 149 and Youngsville with 146.
Corry 171 (4 points): Tyler Hasbrouck 25, McKenzie Mitchell 25, Jaxon Gray 25, Trenton Lilley 24, Abe Hoffecker 24, Jacob Swartzfager 24, Tate Tasker 24
Sheffield 157 (3 points): Joey Donato 24, Eric Pierson 24, Caleb Ace 23, Nolan Albaugh 23, Chris Joblin 22, Emily Leichtenberger 21, Michael Smith 20
Tidioute 149 (2 points): Bryceton Maille 24, Gavin Dashner 23, Blake Sabella 22, Anthony Sabella 21, Lexi Drukenbrod 20, Jack Zehner 20, Aiden Bailor 19
Youngsville 146 (1 point): Zane Anderson 23, Zach Hadley 22, Tucker Lindell 22, Koben Smith 21, Derek Childs 20, Kassidy Turner 19
Little League baseball
Zero Stump Griding beat Second Chance Shop 5-3 in a pitching battle between Ty Bryan and Wesley Wilcox.
Both pitchers threw four innings and allowed two runs to score.
Wilcox also hit two doubles while Nate Harris had a double for Second Chance Shop.