Comet Bowling and Girls Basketball Begin Seasons (11/23)

Red bowling ball knocking over pins in a perfect strike

The Charles City Comet boys and girls bowling teams kicked off their season last night with a home meet against Waterloo Columbus at the Comet Bowl.  Both teams were able to pick up victories and had some of the biggest scores in the short history of the Comet Bowling Program.  Hunter Brockney led the Comet boys with a 256 and 203 to finish with a 459 series, Kaleb Ross had a two-game score of 419.  Charles City’s boys had a 5-game baker average of 215 and finished with a total pin count of 3105 which was nearly 500 pins more than the Sailors.  Defending Class 1A girls individual champion Macy Ross had a 203 and a 221 to finish with a 424 to lead the way for the girls and Mija Cotton had a two game total 372.  The Comet girls avereaged over 200 in their five baker games and finished with a total pin count of 2851 which was almost 700 pins better than Columbus.  The Comet boys and girls bowlers will return to action on December 2nd at Denver.

The Charles City Comet girls basketball team opened up their season last night at home against Clear Lake.  The Comets came out of the gat rather slow as they found themselves in a 30-4 hole after the first quarter.  Charles City had a better output in the final three quarters, but it was not near enough as the eighth ranked Lions rolled to a 78-30 win.  Jodie Sindlinger led the Comets with 10 points.  The Comet girls begin the season at 0-1 and will have their next game on Monday night at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura.

The Osage Green Devil girls basketball team took down Garner-Hayfield-Ventura in their season opener last night in Garner by a score of 69-52.  Sophie Muller had 17 points to lead the Green Devil offense and Madi Johnson had ten.  The Osage defense had 17 steals including seven from Rylie Olson and six from Gabby Schwarting.  The Osage girls begin the season with a record of 1-0, and they’ll be in action again on Tuesday against Mason City Newman.

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