Olympic, Klahowya bowling roundup

The Olympic bowling team defeated Bremerton 6-1 Thursday to extend its winning streak to seven.

Senior captain Liza Ambrose rolled a 416 over the two regular games, including a team-high 258 in Game 2, and no Trojan rolled lower than a 329.

The Trojans (7-0 overall, 6-0 league) knocked down 2,164 pins to Bremerton's 1,807. The teams split the Baker Games.

Olympic is at Peninsula at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Klahowya (5-2 overall, 4-2 league) defeated North Mason 6-1 Tuesday to move into second place in the Olympic League.

Senior Carys Bailey knocked down 392 pins over the two regular games, which Klahowya swept, and Megan Shultz added 310. North Mason secured the second Baker Game, 158-101, but the Eagles secured a final pin-fall advantage of 1,757 to 1,551.

The team hosts Sequim at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday and All Star Lanes & Casino.

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