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Green River Classic: LWC Bowling - Men, 7th Women's, 10th

Derek Lyons and Amber Clark both recorded top-20 finishes at the event
Next: The Blue Raider Bowlers host Southern Kentucky Collegiatte Classic Saturday, 4 Oct 2014 at 10amCT, at Southern Lanes, 2710 Scottsville Road, Bowling Green, KY

By Charlie Balcom, LWC

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team accumulated 6267 points en route to a seventh place finish at the Green River Classic on Saturday, 27 Sep 2014. The Blue Raider women's team finished with 3758 points to place tenth.

Derek Lyons led the way on the men's side totaling 929 pins, including an opening-game score of 220 to finish in 16th place. The 220 was the high score on the day for the Blue Raiders.

Dustin Stapleton and Eli Kapres finished 24th and 25th, respectively. Stapleton recorded 880 pins with a high-game of 190 while Kapres recorded an 860 with a high-game of 199.

Zach Howard (843), Tyler Goodman (841) and Andrew Dube (840) all finished in the top 30 at the event.

On the women's side, Amber Clark led the Blue Raiders with a 20th-place finish after finishing with 781 pins and a game-high score of 193 in her opening round.

JaCinda Warner finished in 24th with 761 pins. Her high round of 178 came in her third game.

Megan Minch finished in 46th place with a score of 584 while Jerrica Shannon took 51st with a score of 570.

The men's event saw Lindenwood-Belleville (IL) claim first place with 7085 total pins. Pikeville (KY) took second with 6971 pins followed by Bethel (TN) with 6655 pins.

Lindenwood's Jon Heiman finished as the top individual after beating out second-place finisher Richard Harris of Bethel by one pin. Heiman totaled 1100 while Harris finished with 1099.

On the women's side, Pikeville took the team title with 4812 total pins. Campbellsville finished second with 4243, followed by St. Catharine (KY) with a score of 4028.

Pikeville's Kaylee Magazine took first place with a score of 986, over 40 pins better than second-place finisher Chelsey Stephens of Campbellsville.

This story was posted on 2014-09-29 04:40:17
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