With a record performance in the Baker games, the Wilmington High School boys bowling team had no trouble with Clinton-Massie and Springboro Tuesday at Royal Z Lanes.
A record 279 Baker game was the highlight of Wilmington’s 2,548 pinfall performance.
The Hurricane filled the frames of the record Baker game with strikes, with the exception of a solid “pocket shot,” coach Joe Davis said, that left a single pin in the eighth frame.
Wilmington had a 683 Baker total with games of 186 and 218 in addition to the record 279.
Overall, the Hurricane’s 2,548 pinfall topped Springboro 2,208 and Massie 2,169.
Ryan Hottinger led Wilmington with a 472 series (226 and 246).
In the reserve boys match, Jake Zurface had a personal best 299 series with games of 147 and 152, Davis said.
The previous Baker game record was 278 set in 2008 by the quintet of Nathan Giacobbi, Max Yoder, Preston Phillips, AJ Guzzi and Miles Juschka. John Gray was the Hurricane coach.