Jackson hands Kent Roosevelt defeat in girls basketball season opener

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RECORD-COURIER STAFF REPORT

GIRLS BASKETBALL

JACKSON 58, KENT ROOSEVELT 55

The Kent Roosevelt Rough Riders were handed a narrow defeat to open their 2012-13 season on Monday in Kent at the hands of Jackson.

Sophomora Briana Rock, a 5-foot-9 forward, led Kent Roosevelt (0-1) in scoring with 25 points. Junior guard Justina Fortson chipped in with 13 points for the Riders (0-1).

GIRLS BOWLING

ROOTSTOWN 1,427, STREETSBORO 1,391

The Rootstown Rovers started their season with a win over the PTC's newest bowling team, the Streetsboro Rockets.

The Rovers won by 36 pins, with Morgan Revels tossing the high game of 137, Kimberly Grabski adding a 126 and Kayla Pistawka a 121 to Rootstown's winning effort.

The Rockets' Jessica Roch tossed a 131 high game on her way to a 233 series and Becca Fleming rolled a 126 game.

RAVENNA 1,859, WOODRIDGE 1,460

The Ravenna Ravens traveled to Legend Lanes to take on the Woodridge Bulldogs in a PTC cross-division match.

Ravenna's Natalie Hartong rolled a 343 series that included a 183 game to lead the Ravens. Cortney Tomlinson also helped the Ravens' cause with a 159 game and a 307 two-game set.

The Bulldogs' Pauline Barry tossed a 186 game to finish with the high game of the match.

BOYS BOWLING

ROOTSTOWN 1,801, STREETSBORO 1,709

Rootstown's Chris Fletcher bowled the high game of the match, a 182, as the Rovers beat the Streetsboro Rockets by 92 pins.

Jesse Ladd found his mark for a 163 game and Jake Lann bowled a 162, as Rootstown started its season with a win over the PTC's newest bowling team.

The Rockets' Tyler Fleming bowled the high series of the match, a 351, with a high ame of 179.

RAVENNA 2,325, WOODRIDGE 2,192

The Ravens' Dylan Montgomery started the season with back-to-back games of 233-244 on his way to a 447 set, as Ravenna beat Woodridge at Legend Lanes in a PTC cross-division match.

Ravenna was solid with James Bender rolling a 193, Jason Kalbaugh a 202 and Seth Stennet a 188 as the Ravens improved to 2-0 overall.

Woodridge's Landon Leipold led the Bulldogs with a 219 high game, followed by Bryson Swain's 202.

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