Photos by Kathy Reed
Girls: Mifflin County 8, Milton 0
Boys: Milton 8, Mifflin County 0
LEWISTOWN — Mifflin County splits with Milton during its bowling match over at the Lewistown Lanes on Tuesday.
On the girls side, the Huskies came out on top and defeated Milton 8-0. As a team the Huskies had a team total of 2,020 points. Taking all three sets during the match, as they won the first match 651-610.
But as the match went on, Mifflin County seemed to only grow stronger as the Huskies then dropped 680 points while the Black Panthers struggled scoring 562 for the second match.
The Mifflin County girls then completed the sweep, scoring even more than they did in the second set with a team total of 689 while Milton had 563.
The Huskies were led by Morgan Diven who scored a series high of 500 and also had the single game high score of 184 which was accomplished during the first set before scoring 153 in the second and then 163 in third match.
Not far behind her was sophomore Andrea Ingram who had a series score of 493 points. Ingram also had a single game high of 181 during the second set while scoring 156 in both the first and third sets.
For boys, Mifflin County fell to Milton 8-0 with Zane Snyder leading the way for the Huskies scoring a series high of 548 points as well as a game high of 203 points and having an average of 182.
Luke Grove was second on the team in terms of scoring having a series score of 508 with his highest single match score was 198, averaging 169.
The Huskies also had a pair of new personal bests during the match in Marcus McConaughey and Kylie Arnold.
McConaughey had a series total of 385 points with a single game high of 146, along with an average of 128. On the flip side, Arnold had 237 series points while having a game high of 93 points during the third set.
Mifflin County girls (2-1) while the boys fall to (0-3). The Huskies will return to action Wednesday Dec. 28 at Selinsgrove.