Bowling: Richland rolls past Hanford in MCC showdown

January 8, 2013 

Shannon Cochran rolled a 189-200 to lead Richland to a 3-1 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over rival Hanford at Atomic Bowl in Richland.

Kendal Saueressig led Hanford, rolling a 190-234 in the loss.

The matchup between first-year programs wasn’t close in either scratch game, as the Bombers had six bowlers roll more than 140.

The Falcons did win the second baker game, beating the Bombers 131-111.

At Atomic Bowl

Scratch — Game 1: Richland 748 (Madison Vance 137, Rose Lucas 123, Desirae Baker 160, Shannon Cochran 189, Mekenzie Richardson 139), Hanford 646 (Catherine Robertshaw 108, Robin Hanson 105, Jackie Wells 120, Ainsley Gettis 122, Kendal Saueressig 190). Game 2: Richland 756 (Vance 105, Lucas 148, Baker 156, Cochran 200, Richardson 147), Hanford 671 (Robertshaw 139, Hanson 91, Wells 89, Gettis 118, Saueressig 234).

Baker — Game 1: Richland 116, Hanford 105. Game 2: Hanford 131, Richland 111.

Pasco 3, Connell 0: Mariko Sital rolled 159-181 to lead the host Bulldogs to a Mid-Columbia Conference victory over the Eagles at Go Bowl in Pasco. The two teams tied in the second baker game.

Alexandra Shuster’s 149-156 led Connell.

At Go Bowl, Pasco

Scratch — Game 1: Pasco 760 (Maddie Serano 142, Neydeen Martinez 113, Carrie Nolan 167, Mariko Sital 159, Carla Garcia 179), Connell 625 (Hope Sawyer 124, Dyoni Shuster 136, Kayla Benson 116, Shelby Kessler 100, Alexandra Shuster 149). Game 2: Pasco 809 (Serano 125, Martinez 171, Nolan 164, Sital 181, Garcia 168), Connell 616 (Sawyer 110, D. Shuster 137, Benson 109, Kessler 107, A. Shuster 156).

Baker — Game 1: Pasco 150, Connell 140. Game 2: Pasco 158, Connell 158.

Kennewick 4, Chiawana 0: Xochitl Garcia rolled 170-150 to lead the Lions to a dominating sweep of the visiting Riverhawks in Mid-Columbia Conference action at Spare Time Lanes in Kennewick.

Yurika Lineras’ 133-132 led Chiawana in the loss.

At Spare Time Lanes, Kennewick

Scratch — Game 1: Kennewick 840 (Daizze Singer 135, Sabrina Bare 158, Xochitl Garcia 170, Danielle Gonzales 159, Karissa Shiflet 218), Chiawana 556 (Yurika Lineras 133, Atrinana Galvan 102, Ysha Rahmig 101, Angelica Enriques/Cynthia Suarez 107, Ryanne Jensen 125). Game 2: Kennewick 818 (Savanna Jones 165, Bare 174, Garcia 150, Gonzales 150, Shiflet 179), Chiawana 659 (Lineras 132, Brenda Vela 123, Valeria Vela 152, Cynthia Florez 132, Jensen/Galvan 120).

Baker — Game 1: Kennewick 205, Chiawana 137. Game 2: Kennewick 167, Chiawana 150

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