Bowling roundup: De Soto’s Cauthron, Pingry win at KC Bowl
De Soto bowlers Sean Cauthron and Amaya Pingry both earned first-place finishes at Wednesday's meet at KC Bowl.
Cauthron rolled a three-game series of 778 to lead the De Soto boys team to first place. The De Soto sophomore showed off his consistency with scores of 246, 268 and 264.
Fellow De Soto sophomore Tyler Lovegren followed in second with a 622 series. Lovegren got better as the meet went on with scores of 182, 212 and 228.
Alex Wright joined Cauthron and Lovegren in the top five after posting a fourth-place series of 461. Alex Bates, Brayden Baxter and Robert Stallbaumer finished sixth through eighth, respectively, to round out De Soto's first-place performance. The Wildcats won the meet with a team series of 2,379.
Pingry paced the De Soto girls team to a second-place finish after rolling a 435 series. Pingry posted scores of 139,178 and 113. Maddy Calvello (fifth place, 389 series), Tiye' Kindred (sixth, 376) and Ella Fixson (16th, 252) completed De Soto's runner-up squad. The Wildcats finished 41 pins behind Blue Valley North with a team series of 1,452.
The Maranatha Christian Academy boys team also notched a second-place finish. Senior Brett Perry was the top bowler for the Eagles with a 461 series, which was good for fifth place. Perry rolled games of 170, 178 and 113. Joey Zhou rounded out the top 10.
The Eagles finished with a team series of 1,619. Schlagle was the only other team in action on the boys side, and came in third with a team series of 1,423.
Stephanie Pang paced Maranatha's girls squad with a fourth-place series of 400. Pang posted scores of 175, 104 and 121.
Maranatha finished fourth in the girls team standings with a 1,084 team series. Schlagle followed BV North and De Soto in third with a team series of 1,177.
Shawnee Mission North third at Olathe Lanes East
The Shawnee Mission North boys and girls bowling teams both finished third at Wednesday's quadrangular at Olathe Lanes East.
Brianna Hubenett highlighted the Indians' first meet with a 488 series, which was good for fourth place in the girls quadrangular. Hubenett rolled games of 115, 201 and 172.
Jessica Nevins and Julia Hernandez also cracked the top 10 in ninth and 10 place, respectively.
The Indians finished with a team series of 1,838. Lawrence High (1,977) and Olathe South (1,940) finished first and second, respectively, while Shawnee Mission South (1,607) came in fourth.
Michael Rivera led SM North on the boys side with a sixth-place series of 549. Rivera rolled games of 189, 194 and 166. Daniel Johnson finished ninth to join Rivera in the top 10.
North posted a team series of 2,120 to finish behind SM South (2,409) and Lawrence High (2,215) and ahead of Olathe South (1,982).