Bowling: Kennewick's Singer rolls a 289

December 12, 2013 

Kennewick’s Daicee Singer was nearly perfect Thursday, falling just short of the elusive 300 game.

Singer rolled a 289 in the second scratch game to lead the Lions to a 4-0 victory against Pasco at Spare Time Lanes in a Mid-Columbia Conference match.

She opened with 10 strikes before leaving the 10th pin on her 11th ball, but then picked up the spare on her final roll. She rolled a 164 in the first game, as the Lions won the match 2,099-1,851.

At Spare Time Lanes

Scratch — Game 1: Kennewick 777 (Savanna Jones 152, Sabrina Bare 182, Viktoriya Uvarova 154, Nadine Bare 125, Daicee Singer 164), Pasco 767 (Carrie Nolan 162, Veronica Martinez 150, Kaitlyn Vedorra 161, Maddy Serano 138, Neydeen Martinez 156). Game 2: Kennewick 967 (Jones 162, S. Bare 184, Uvarova 151, N. Bare 181, Singer 289), Pasco 834 (Nolan 153, V. Martinez 168, Vedorra 169, Serano 149, N. Martinez 195).

Baker — Game 1: Kennewick 197, Pasco 121. Game 2: Kennewick 158, Pasco 129

Richland 4, Connell 0: Sophomore Mekenzie Richardson rolled a 214-181 to lead the host Bombers to a Mid-Columbia Conference victory over the Eagles.

At Atomic Lanes

Scratch — Game 1: Richland 870 (Darby Miller 142, Rebecca Johnson 176, Shannon Cochran 172, Madeline Richardson 166, Mekenzie Richardson 214), Connell 601 (Janett Salgado 135, Osiris Ibarra 113, Shelby Kessler 111, Cheyenne Baxter 79, Dyoni Shuster 163). Game 2: Richland 795 (Miller 140, Johnson 153, Cochran 163, Ma. Richardson 158, Me. Richardson 181), Connell 169 (Salgado 117, Ibarra 129, Kessler 107, Baxter 148, Shuster 168).

Baker — Game 1: Richland 144, Connell 123. Game 2: Richland 204, Connell 117.

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