Kim Zeller leads ladies action at Birnamwood lanes|
Kim Zeller swept honors in bowling both the high game and series in the Monday Women’s league this week at Chet & Emil’s in Birnamwood.
Her 545 triple was the night’s best and it featured a big 248 single.
Kathy Resch highlighted her 523 triple with a 189 game while Marion Resch rolled a 472 with assistance of a 166 single.
Rounding out the top were Karla Kunst, 458 (163); Kristie Corazalla, 455 (164); and Judi Resch, 453 (169).
Julie Stewart rolled a 175 game, Dolores Blood hit a 172 and Vicky Beran fired a 171.
In the Thursday Early Birds league, Rhonda Pietz led all bowlers with a 518 series. The mark featured a 202 single.
Amanda Dietrich had the high game at 210.
Others producing high marks were Darcy Hille, 499 (171); Tricia Schairer, 468 (168); Cindy Mortenson, 467 (161); Jennifer Rainville, 453 (153); and Susan Zeinert, 453 (167). Patricia Stadler bowled a 175 single.
Antigo JV2 girls use strong second half to post win
An adjustment on defense to open the second half served the Antigo JV2 girls basketball team well on Tuesday.
Playing host to Ben Franklin of Stevens Point, the Lady Robins outscored its guests 11-1 in the third quarter to erase an 18-all tie at the break and advance to a 36-27 win.
“We started out pretty flat to open the game so a little bit of an adjustment worked,” Coach Dale Lenzner said.
Lexi Dodd was Antigo’s high scorer with 13 points. Sydney Lenzner had eight followed by Kendall Smith with five. Cassie Wiegert, Morgan Hotchkiss, Molly Grace and Brianna Stanke combined for the remaining points.
The Robins will travel to Rhinelander on Friday.
Doug Kunst bowls perfect 300 game
It was a big week at Birnamwood’s Chet & Emil’s lanes last week as the men tallied one mark of perfection plus five series earning national honor roll ranking.
Doug Kunst was stellar in his performance in his Wednesday evening campaign as he fired an error-free 300 game. He finished with a 685 series.
Adam Karcz and Kodie Resch both hurdled 700 — Karcz at 721 and Resch at 712. Karcz’s best game was a 253. He also rolled a 236 and a 232. Resch earned his mark by combining a 254, 232 and 226.
Tim Lemke fell just short of the mark with his 698. Top game was a 268.
Also producing solid scores were Ed Resch, 665 (226); Dave Schultz, 656 (238); Stephan Miller, 636 (215); Jeremy Praslowicz, 631 (240); Jerry Grosskopf, 630 (234); Dave Schmidt, 618 (202); Geno Corzalla, 617 (202); Rhett Matz, 616 (212); and Shawn Walkush, 615 (219).
Jeff Ostrowski fired a 230 game, Perry Meverden scored a 228 and Tim Lemke hit 227.
Jeremy Praslowicz, Kunst and Lemke all broke into 700 series standing.
Praslowicz grabbed the top spot with a 715 (258, 236, 221), Kunst had a 703 (268, 247, 188) and Le
Antigo wrestlers nearly blank cross-county rivals
Three Antigo freshman wrestlers came though big last night as they traveled to Elcho and helped the Red Robins to a 63-3 victory. In the five matches that were wrestled, Antigo collected three pins and a win.
“We had a really great night,” exclaimed Antigo head coach Dallas Moe. “Our youngsters came through big and we were very aggressive on our feet and when we had opportunities for falls. I’m really proud of how we competed as a team.”
Elcho coach Bobby Stimac mirrored the Robin coaches sentiments, despite the loss.
“This dual provided a good opportunity to move some guys around,” Stimac said. “With both teams having a few inexperienced wrestlers, they received experience needed down the road.”
Starting off the night wrestling for the Robins, was freshman Bill Hull in an unusual weight for himself at 132 to take on Elcho’s Brock Smith.
“I had Billy weigh in a little heavy tonight so we had the option to move him around and get him in the line-up to benefit us as best as he could,” Moe explained. “I wasn’t so sure about a normal 120 pounder moving up so high, but he practices with 126ers and 132ers everyday and I decided to give him a shot a
Josh Robrecht bowls big 755 series, 280 game
Pin-tamer Josh Robrecht executed a strong first game Tuesday en route to putting up the night’s top series at Antigo’s North Star Lanes.
The Elks & Friends league bowler kicked off his performance by rolling a stellar 280 single. Adding a 238 and then a 237, he catapulted himself to the top of the evening’s standings with a 755 triple. It was his first honor count of the season and fifth highest of the 2014-15 men’s campaign.
Jason Harris grabbed runnerup honors with his 692 series. It was highlighted by a 268 game. Bob Kemmers hit a 267 single to spark his 687 triple, Brian Mattmiller chalked a 236 in his 685 series while Dan Rekowski notched a 679 with help of a 229 game.
Others producing big scores were Joe Servi, 677 (267); Tom Kubeny, 673 (253); Nick Servi, 657 (255); Aaron Hose, 657 (248); Rod Schedlbauer, 650 (233); Nick Sinkler, 648 (234).
NORTH STAR LANES
Elks & Friends
Waukesha Bearings 1149 1227 1275 —3651
John Filbrandt Plumb. 1245 1220 1220 —3685
Dixie Lunch 1153 1318 1267 – 3738
Nicolet Plastic 1330 1243 1168 —3741
Antigo Block 1340 1176 1231 —3747
Blind Score 1135 1135 1135 —3405
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