The Washington Blue Lion bowling teams hosted Hillsboro for a Frontier Athletic Conference match at Le Ella Lanes Thursday, Jan. 17.
Hillsboro won the girls’ match, 2,311 to 2,016.
The Indians also won the boys’ match with a pin total of 2,655 to 2,246.
For Washington, Lindsey Buckner bowled the high score of 193. She also had a 162 game score.
Maitlyn Cave had games of 186 and 191; Jessika Young rolled a 134 and a 149; Hanna Yoho scored 147 and 165 and Ali Reeves had a 139 and a 105 game.
That gave Washington a score of 1,571.
Washington had baker games of 169, 169 and 107 for a final total of 2,016.
For Hillsboro, Taylor Jordan had the high game of the match with a 232. She also had a 165 game.
Other scores for Hillsboro: Maddie Tomko, 167, 178; Olivia Wilson, 140, 170; Haley Hughes, 190, 158 and Selena Mingua, 146, 216.
Going into the baker games, Hillsboro had a pin count of 1,762.
Hillsboro had baker game scores of 180, 192 and 177 to achieve their final score of 2,311.
For the Blue Lion boys, Shrey Maniya had a high game score of 213. He also had a score of 136.
Owen Mullins bowled a 206 and a 204 game.
Kylan Rowland had a 117 and a 199; Austin Knisley, 173 and 204 and Garrett Coy, 153 and 155 for a total of 1,760.
Washington had baker game totals of 170, 174 and 142 to put their final total at 2,246.
For Hillsboro, Christian McConehea was the high roller with a 262. He also had a score of 209.
Hunter Springer had a 247 and a 148; Tyler Snapp, 207, 180; Andrew Loudenback, 190, 141 and Brendon Ormes, 247, 191 for a total of 2,022.
In the baker games, Hillsboro had scores of 194, 197 and 242 to put their final total at 2,655.
Both Hillsboro teams are defending FAC champions with two returning First Team, All-FAC boys and two returning First Team, All-FAC girls.
Washington is scheduled to travel to Hillsboro Monday to take on Lynchburg-Clay at Highland Lanes.