Bryan boys and girls bowling each came away with victories against Northwest Ohio Athletic League foe Delta on Monday, with the boys beating the Panthers 2,268-2,067 and the girls, 1,891-1,683.

Caleb Muhe bowled a team-high 425 (246, 179) series for the Golden Bears (3-3). Matt Meade’s 359 (204, 155), Zane Laurin’s 288 (169, 119) Iestyn Siders’ first-game 186 and LeLyn Boothman’s second-game 183 completed Bryan’s 1,699 match-play score.

The Golden Bears also won all three Bakers: 214-180, 179-130 and 176-150.

Freshman Brody Waugh tallied a match-high 440 (214, 226) series for Delta (1-5). Gabe Syverson’s 301 (130, 171), Kaden Hawkins’ 301 (130, 171), Dylan Stricker’s 284 (149, 135) and Paul McQueen’s 260 (142, 118) rounded out the Panthers’ 1,607 match-play score.

For the girls, Faith Harding tallied a match-high 348 (170, 178) series for Bryan (5-1). Alexis Firm’s 340 (175. 165), Juleah Purk’s 337 (143, 199), Jessica Federspiel’s 285 (145, 140) and Kyah Davis’ 204 (92, 112) completed the Golden Bears’ 1,519 match-play score.

Bryan took the first two Bakers 175-123 and 172-122, but the Panthers won the third 132-125.

Maddy Johnston scored a team-high 344 (154, 190) series for Delta (1-5). Ciarra Flickinger’s 292 (154, 138), Lexi Brown’s 274 (156, 118), Alana Hyott’s 167 (94, 73), Makenzie Desantos’ first-game 89 and Karsyn Gillen’s second-game 140 rounded out the Panthers’ 1,306 match-play score.

The girls will play against Defiance at 4 p.m. today at Bryan Lanes, while the boys will join the girls against Evergreen at 4 p.m. Friday at Swanton Lanes.

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