Dimond bowlers sweep

Anchorage Daily NewsFebruary 2, 2012 

Dimond wrapped up a sweep of the Cook Inlet Conference regular-season bowling team titles by winning its final matches of the season Thursday at Center Bowl.

In individual action, Logan Williams of Bartlett rolled a 280 to edge Eagle River's Josh Bogowith, who scored 279, for the top game among boys. For the girls, Taylor Schoeni of East led the way with 256, followed by Eagle River's Amanda Nowicki with 231.

Girls

East 30, South 0

Regular game -- East 873, South 579. High games -- Taylor Shoeni, East, 256; Trya Vincek, South, 137. Baker pins -- East 563, South 436.

Dimond 27, Eagle River 3

Regular game -- Dimond 883, Eagle River 848. High games -- Charlie Busby, Dimond, 209; Amanda Nowicki, Eagle River, 231. Baker Pins -- Dimond 736, Eagle River 588.

Chugiak 24.5, Service 5.5

Regular game --Chugiak 652, Service 576. High games -- Mariah Schiefer, Chugiak, 192; Alyssa Flynn, Service, 224. Baker Pins -- Chugiak 550, Service 458.

West 24, Bartlett 6

Regular game -- West 734, Bartlett 704. High games -- Tyler Kearney, Bartlett, 198; Courtney Wistoff, West, 183. Baker pins -- West 611, Bartlett 523.

Boys

South 24, Service 6

Regular game -- South 862, Service 801. High games -- Grant Cummings, South, 214; Cory Wiles, Service, 247. Baker Pins -- South 686, Service 547.

Dimond 22, Eagle River 8

Regular game -- Eagle River 944, Dimond 835. High games -- Ryan Esteban, Dimond, 197; Josh Bogowith, Eagle River, 276. Baker Pins -- Dimond 803, Eagle River 670.

East 23, Bartlett 7

Regular game -- East 997, Bartlett 955. High games -- Logan Williams, Bartlett, 280; Jayson Robarge, East. Baker pins -- East 770, Bartlett 692.

West 22, Chugiak 8

Regular game -- West 780, Chugiak 703. High games -- Daelin Livingston, West, 183; Robert Chamberlain, Chugiak, 163. Baker Pins -- West 638, Chugiak 609.

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