Blue Jay Bowling Handed First Loss by Rummel Raiders

Posted January 27, 2017 / Last updated January 27, 2017

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Sophomore Adam Francis bowled a 573 series against Archbishop Rummel on Thursday, Jan. 26, at All Star Lanes in Kenner. 

In its third match of the season, the Jesuit Blue Jays fell to the Archbishiop Rummel Raiders, 23.5 to 3.5. The match took place on Thursday, Jan. 26, at All Star Lanes in Kenner.

The bowling team lost to Rummel in all three games. Though down by only 88 pins after game one, the Jays were beat in four of the six matches in game two, with sophomore Grant Greco tying his opponent for half a point and junior Alex Barron beating his opponent to earn a full one. Entering game three down by 297 pins, the Blue Jays finished the match with 3090 pins to the Raiders’ total of 3464 pins.

Sophomore Adam Francis bowled games of 200 and 203 for a series total of 573. Three others Jesuit bowlers topped the 500 mark, including sophomore Grant Greco (500) and juniors Trent Greco (507) and Alex Barron (563).

The Blue Jays are now 2-1 for the season. They’ll face Holy Rosary on Monday, Jan. 30, at All Star Lanes.

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