Bowling Roundup

TROY — The Troy boys bowling team improved to 6-6 overall and 4-1 in the MVL with a 2,377-2,209 win over Butler at Troy Bowl Thursday.

Tyler Stoltz led Troy with games of 236 and 205.

Ethan Blanchard had games of 212 and 225 and Bryce Massigingill rolled games of 227 and 200.

Carson Hillman had games of 201 and 167 and Ryan Kaiser rolled a 195 and a 168.

Troy had baker games of 164 and 185.

Mechanicsburg 2,823,

Piqua 2,630

MECHANCISBURG — The Piqua bowling team dropped to 7-2 with a non-conference loss.

Brayden Soliday had games of 278 and 224 for a 502 series to lead the Indians.

Collin Snyder had games of 213 and 202 and Ethan Snyder rolled games of 236 and 169.

Dylan Jenkins rolled games of 193 and 181 and Tony Martin added games of 167 and 134.

Piqua had baker games of 158, 137, 164 and 174.

GIRLS

Butler 2,161

Troy 2,112

TROY — The Troy girls bowling team had a 30-pin lead going to the baker games, but couldn’t hold on.

Butler rolled 224 and 225 in the baker games, to Troy’s 187 and 183.

Troy dropped to 10-2 overall and 3-2 in the MVL.

Kayleigh McMullen led Troy with games of 205 and 206, while Kiandra Smith rolled games of 170 and 149.

Aiyanna Godwin had games of 161 and 155 and Kylie Schiml rolled games of 204 and 150.

Kaylee Kalmar had a 176 game and Morgan Shilt rolled a 167 game.

Mechanicsburg 2,109,

Piqua 1,786

MECHANICSBURG — The Piqua girls bowling team dropped to 6-3 on the season.

Katelyn Brown rolled games of 160 and 130, while Kiya Treon had games of 153 and 130.

Lauren Hicks rolled games of 110 and 154 and Miranda Sweetman had games of 125 and 123.

Lillian Kirk added games of 115 and 121.

Piqua had baker games of 115, 127, 102 and 121.