Knights get sweep and swept by Hatters


Suburban One bowling reached the half way point of the season. The Knights of North Penn came back after their disappointing previous match, by winning 4 games to 0 at home against the Hatters of Hatboro Horsham. The Knights won the first game by a 257-pin margin. In the second game the Hatters put on a charge with a strong challenge leading by almost 100 pins with just three remaining frames. Although both teams struggled to close out the game, it came down to North Penn’s Naman Parikh, rolling four strikes in the end of his game to help lead the way to a come from behind victory with a 54-pin win. The Knights got their act together in the third with a nice 1011 team score to finish off the sweep.  Lucas Francis led the team with a (632) series followed by James Carnal (618). For the Hatters, Liam Burns had the teams best series of (530) with a nice second game score of (210) and Bobby Elliot rolled a (521).

The lady Hatters had not much of a problem defeating the lady Knights winning 4 games to 0. In their sweep of the night, Tori Bone had the  high series with a (486) and high game of (190). Liberty Pancoast also had a (408) series .  Annaleigh Switzer was the top roller for the lady Knights with a (357) series.


HH                 WON 0   LOST    4

Aiden Meinel           125-114-113=352

Liam Burns              137-210-183=530

Nick Reinheimer     125-153-155=433

Logan Davies         141-133-163=437

Bobby Elliot            167-189-165=521


NP               WON 4   LOST    0

Jason Brennecke      184-138-159=481

Naman Parikh           159-164-176=499

Martin Grace             206-172-208=586

Lucas Francis           246-162-224=632

James Carnal           157-217-244=618



HH               WON   4   LOST    0

Melanie Day           87- 128-120=335

Alayna Williams    138-126-130=394

Liberty Pancoast   152-112-144=408

Tori Bone               143-190-153=486


NP              WON  0      LOST   4

Ellia Benchouk      66-   x  –  44   =110

Natalie Weaver     80  -83  – x     =163

Priyanka Patel       x  – 89-  68   =157

Audrie Mahaffey   117-92- 112  =321

Annaleigh Switzer 105-140-112=357

Jennifer Snyder    111=-97- 114=322