GIRLS BOWLING: Richland takes MCC title

January 22, 2014 

The Richland girls bowling team clinched the Mid-Columbia Conference regular-season title with a 3-1 victory over Pasco at Atomic Lanes in Richland on Tuesday.

“I had high hopes for this team,” said Richland coach Jason Bare. “I didn’t know if they could do it this year. But we certainly had the pieces in place.”

The Bombers will play host to Chiawana and Pasco at noon on Jan. 30 for the 4A district tournament, with the top team and top two individuals advancing to the state tournament in Tacoma on Feb. 7-8.

On Tuesday, Mekenzie Richardson led the Bombers with games of 184 and 169.

At Atomic Lanes

Scratch — Game 1: Richland 832 (Rebecca Johnson 181, Madison Vance/Shyanne Thorne 138, Shannon Cochran 189, Darby Miller/Madeline Richardson 155, Mekenzie Richardson 169), Pasco 787 (Carrie Nolan 144, Josie Derrick 121, Veronica Martinez 178, Maddy Serrano 165, Neydeen Martinez 179). Game 2: Richland 864 (Johnson 173, Miller 176, Cochran 144, Ma.Richardson 187, Me.Richardson 184), Pasco 825 (Nolan 180, Derrick 150, V.Martinez 170, Serrano 144, N.Martinez181). Baker — Game 1: Richland 207, Pasco 177. Game 2: Pasco 214, Richland 166.

CHIAWANA 4, CONNELL 0: Angelica Enriquez rolled a 193-164 to lead Chiawana over Connell in MCC action at Go Bowl in Pasco.

At Go Bowl

Scratch — Game 1: Chiawana 831 (Belia Balberas 135, Candace Kelly 143, Brandi Hagie 160, Angelica Enriquez 193, Eurika Lineras 200), Connell 711 (Elizabeth Baker 98, Osirin Ibarra 162, Shelby Kessler 161, Cheyenne Baxter 154, Byoni Shuster 136). Game 2: Chiawana 786 (Belia Balberas 143, Candace Kelly 132, Brandi Hagie 198, Angelica Enriquez 164, Eurika Lineras 149), Connell 698 (Elizabeth Baker 102, Osirin Ibarra 134, Shelby Kessler 139, Cheyenne Baxter 116, Byoni Shuster 167). Baker — Game 1: Chiwana 201, Connell 146. Game 2: Chiawana 149, Connell 135.

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