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Foresters struggle in Allentown over Christmas break

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The Forester men’s bowling team had a tough trip to Allentown over Christmas break. In their first two-day tournament, the Roto-Grip Keystone-Quaker Classic, HU finished 32nd out of 35 teams with a total of 6702 pins for the tournament.

The bright spot for Huntington was Tyler Neff’s 30th place finish out of 223 bowlers. The right-hander finished with a five-game average of 198 which included games of 219-188-220-187-176. His average is currently the highest individual average in a tournament this year.

Senior Bryan Myers had his personal best with a 234 game while Addison Trump had a 187 game. Connor Brown averaged 170 for five games. 

Robert Morris of Illinois won the tournament with Notre Dame College second and William Patterson University third.

In the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Classic, the second tournament in four days, Huntington finished 39th. It was tough going for all the Forester keglers with Neff recording the high game of the tournament for Huntington with 197 and Brown 187.

Robert Morris of Illinois won its second tournament of the week with Morehead State University second and Davenport University third.

The Foresters return to action January 19-20 at the Tier 1 Blue and Gold Classic at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend. The following weekend they will compete in the Buckeye Baker Classic in Columbus, Ohio.