CULLMAN – Cullman and St. Bernard took on Hartselle and Priceville in quad matches at the Cullman Bowling Center on Monday afternoon.
A short-handed Cullman girls' team fell to Hartselle, 630-259, in the first game of the day. Skylar Moore bowled a 158 while Alexis Brown finished with a 101. They lost all three of the Bakers games by finals of 160-47, 95-43 and 143-47.
St. Bernard defeated Priceville in its first match, 513-465. Gracie Lloyd led the way with a 122 game. Aiden Adcock finished with a 109. Bridget Gallegos had a 102. Maithy Nguyen finished with a 100, and Abby Curtis ended up with an 80.
In the three Bakers games, the Lady Saints lost two of three as they fell 120-91 in the first game, 149-92 in the second, and took the final game, 84-79. Their overall record is now 8-1.
"They didn't bowl as well as I thought they would, but they still did good," St. Bernard coach Tyler Ayers said. "If we can be more consistent, we will be good, but I'm still proud of them."
A short-handed Cullman team fell to Hartselle, 622-474, in its first match of the day. The Bearcats lost all three of the Bakers games by finals of 110-106, 109-61 and 137-106.
St. Bernard lost to Hayden, 781-517, in match number one. Luke Marti led the Saints with a 117 game as he was one of three players to bowl more than 100. Alex Shoaff finished with a 111, and Jordan McCormick ended up with a 108. Blake Burman finished with a 98, and Leo Hsieh had an 83. The Saints went 0-3 in the Bakers Games by finals of 123-68, 208-104 and 130-91.
The boys' and girls' teams for Cullman and St. Bernard will travel to Madison to take on East Limestone in a tri-match tomorrow.
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