January 19, 2016 vs. Charlotte
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 21-Charlotte 9
Marshall had a very gratifying win at home. The Redhawks won the first game 893-835 which included solid games from Brady Brisson 915, Grey Gillett 193 and Eric Silvers 181. Charlotte took the second game 868-945 and total 1780-1761. Bowling well the second game was Eric Silvers with a 199. The team was down 6 points to 9 going into the Baker games.
Marshall came back strong in the Baker portion of the match with games of 212-178 and 224-176 to sweep all 15 points in that section.
“The guys stepped up after losing the second game and total, said Coach Brad Morgan. “They bowled pretty flawlessly in Baker.”
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 0-Charlotte 30
Marshall faced a strong Charlotte squad, which averaged 170 as a team. The first game ended 659-827 with Autumn Hazel shooting 159 and Bethany Cornish 151. Charlotte took the second game 873-645 and total 1700-1304. High in the second game for Marshall were Autumn Hazel with 164 and Sara Parks with 146 and Mina Hashizume with 144.
Marshall lost its Baker games 127-139 and 129-210.
“We were outmatched, said Coach Jody Ulmer. “But, the girls hit some personal bests and they are growing in their skills.”
January 20, 2016 vs. Jackson Northwest Mounties
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 0-Northwest 30
The Marshall squad bowled well at Airport Lanes, Northwest just bowled a little better. The first game saw both squads averaging over 200 as a team with Marshall shooting 1008 to Northwest’s 1047. Brady Brisson shot 258, Brady Perian 205, Mick Schaum 186, Eric Silvers 182 and Grey Gillett 177. The second game was a matter of a few opportune strikes by Northwest. Marshall rolled 958-1016. Brisson shot 201, Gillett 191, Silvers 191, Schaum 183 and Seith Miller and Brady Perian split a 192.
Marshall lost both Bakers 168-224 and 201-247.
“Sometimes it is just one more roll on the ball, said coach Brad Morgan. “Northwest caught some lucky breaks and we didn’t. We look forward to rolling against them at our house.”
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 0-Northwest 30
Marshall bowled well but fell a bit short each game. The first game went 599-688 with Sara Parks shooting 146 and Autumn Hazel 139. The second game scores were 635-707 with highs from Parks shooting 176 and Hazel 136.
Marshall lost both Bakers 121-159 and 148-150.
“I was very proud of the girls as they never gave up and they stayed as focused as possible the whole match, said Coach Emily Parks. “We had some illness issues so one of our brand new bowlers stepped up to bowl without any practice to speak of.”
JV Boy Results: Marshall 0-Northwest 30
Marshall lost the first game 670-749 with highs coming from Chris Osburn, 168 and Alec Kaminski 144. The second game loss was 668-720 with Osburn shooting the team high of 159
Marshall kept pace in the Baker match but didn’t quite get the win, losing both games 131-129 and 142-117.
“We regressed just a bit in that match, said Coach Sue Hutchings. “Our communication seemed off.”
January 13, 2016 vs. Lumen Christi
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 30-Lumen Christi 0
Marshall saw plenty of strikes in its victory over Jackson Lumen Christi at Airport Lanes. It’s first team game of 944-704 featured: Brady Brisson 248; Grey Gillett 185, Seith Miller 220 and Eric Silvers 162, Mick Schaum was down with a 129. The second game was even higher with a 997-639 that included: Brady Brisson 247; Mick Schaum 215; Grey Gillett 205, Eric Silvers 170 and Seith Miller 140. The team won the combined total 1941-1343.
Marshall continued to dominate with Baker games of 215-167 and 252-148.
“It was a fun match with lots of camaraderie and relaxed bowing, said coach Brad Morgan.
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 9-Lumen Christi 15
Marshall saw a close match with team totals separated by just a few missed spares. The first team game of 689-755 was led by Elizabeth Geairn’s 172, Sara Parks 161 and Autumn Hazel’s 142. The second team game of 617-782 saw some lowers scores on the Marshall side with Parks having the high game of 135.
Marshall won the first Baker game 161-152 but lost the second 135-186.
“The five girls are working on consistency, said Coach Jody Ulmer. “We need more consistency and more confidence.”
JV Boy Results: Marshall bowled exhibition
The Marshall JV bowled an exhibition match crossing lanes with the Lumen Christi JV girls team. High for Marshall were Chris Osburn with 180, 213-393 and Tony McNeil with 193 and 325. Jacob Trumbull stepped up with a 174 game.
The Baker games were 128 and 127.
“We bowled for practice and the guys were pretty relaxed and the scores reflected their new found confidence, said coach Sue Hutchings.
January 14, 2016 vs. Pennfield Panthers
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 9-Pennfield 15
The match was closer than the scores indicate. Marshall lost the first half of the match with team scores of 850-930 and 888-917. Totals were 1738-1847. High for Marshall were Brady Brisson with 226-405, Mick Schaum 195-368, Grey Gillett 175-346.
Marshall lost the first Baker game 194-213 and won the second 248-186. The team took the Baker total 442-399.
“The loss was a direct result of missed conversions, said coach Brad Morgan. “We had them in both games but the team really likes to stick together and when one opened, thre rest followed suit. I was very happy with the Baker games, but again, that first Baker came down to two open frames.”
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 6-Pennfield 24
Marshall fought hard but came up short in the regular games 599-722 and 601-673. Totals were 1200-1395. High for Marshall were Autumn Hazel with 168, 155-323 and Sara Parks 164, 142-288.
Marshall lost the first Baker game 147-169 but won the second 128-119. The totals were 275-288.
“Pennfield is a great program and our girls went into the match with a positive attitude, said Coach Jody Ulmer. “Unfortunately, our spare shooting did not match up today.”
JV Boy Results: Marshall 9-Pennfield 21
Marshall lost the first game 681-720 and won the second game 753-705. Marshall also took total 1434-1425. High for the team were Tony McNeil with 167, 164-331 and Jacob Trumbull with 206-320.
Marshall needed to win one Baker game to take the match but fell short 119-151 and 127-148.
“I was very excited about some of the things I saw during that match, said Coach Sue Hutchings. “We are jelling better as a team and the guys are becoming much more consistent.”
January 5, 2016 vs. Coldwater Cardinals
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 6-Coldwater 24
Marshall lost six points in the first game scoring 739 to Coldwater’s 912. Marshall’s high individual game was a 169 by senior Mick Schaum. The team came back in the second game, winning six points and scoring 874-858. Marshall lost the total series points 1613-1770. Brady Brisson, junior, shot 199 and Grey Gillett, junior, shot 192.
Marshall lost both Baker games with scores of 165-182 and 152-170.
“The guys were off their game, said Coach Brad Morgan. “Nerves seemed to get the best of us and we certainly have a lot to work on.”
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 0-Coldwater 30
Marshall was outmatched by a deep and experienced Coldwater squad. The Lady Redhawks lost the first game 562-763 and the second 636-723. They lost total 1198-1486. High scorer for Marshall was freshman Elizabeth Geairn with a 264 series.
Marshall lost both Baker games with scores of 113-201 and 113-170.
“Our inexperience showed today, said Coach Jody Ulmer. “We have two freshman and two other underclassmen that are bowling varsity for the first time. Our attitudes are positive and we will improve.”
JV Boy Results: Marshall 9-Coldwater 21
Marshall lost the first game 590-670 and won the second game 729-613 and series total 1319-1283. Chris Osburn, sophomore, was the high scorer with a two game set of 356.
Marshall lost both Baker games with scores of 118-150 and 135-204.
“I was proud of the way the boys attacked the match, said Coach Sue Hutchings. “Once the nerves calmed down, we started to see glimmers of what we have been working on during practice.”
January 6, 2016 vs. Parma Western Panthers
Varsity Boy Results: Marshall 6-Parma Western 24
Missed spares made the difference in the first two games with Marshall losing 1007-903 and 956-882 and the series points 1963-1785. Rolling well for the Redhawks were juniors, Kyle Wolf with 199, Grey Gillett with 221 and 245 and Brady Brisson with 197 and 202.
Marshall was hit by a whirlwind with Parma Western shooting a 280 first Baker game. The Redhawks shot 201. The second game saw Marshall winning 185 to 166, but the series total was insurmountable at 446-386.
“A few more spares and a couple of strike carries and we would have had the match, said Coach Brad Morgan. “The guys would have won the last match with the scores they shot this today.”
Varsity Girl Results: Marshall 0-Parma Western 30
Marshall’s loss was closer than the score indicates as the games were within reach each time. Marshall lost 627-696 and 666-707. The series totals were 1293-1403. Junior co-captain Sara Parks came up with the team highs of 158, 154 and 312. Sophomore Melissa Arnold contributed a 286 series.
Marshall lost both Baker games with scores of 127-132 and 98-148.
“We should some good improvement, said Coach Emily Parks. “Our scores were higher than the match against Coldwater and we are gelling more as a team.”