Bowling suffers tough loss to Greenville 20-10

Senior Ben Kastner led the way for FHC Bowling on Monday night as he bowled another high of the season with 200 in game #1, but it wasn’t enough as the Rangers couldn’t complete the revenge tour.

FHC came into this match after facing another tough loss to the hands of Forest Hills Northern last Monday.

“I feel like we bowled very well, but Greenville had an amazing day and we could not catch up,” head coach Grant Vermeer said. “We started off very strong, but we couldn’t finish it off. I am very proud of the way we played today.”

Along with Ben, freshman Peyton Price did his role as he always does, bowling over a 170 in both games. Up and comer senior Jacob McCarthy bowled well in game 1 as well, bowling a 183.

“Greenville averaged over 200 pins per person per game, and they bowled over 1,000 pins in each game, and that is something I have never seen before,” Vermeer said.

The Rangers will go on to face Forest Hills Northern yet again on Wednesday, February 19th, at home at Eastbrook Lanes, and they then will go on to their conference meet at Rockford Lanes this Saturday, February 22nd.