Created: Thursday, January 9, 2014 8:40 p.m. CDT
Updated: Friday, January 10, 2014 11:13 p.m. CDT
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Roundup: Woodstock co-op's Tyler Busch bowls 300

Woodstock coop's Tyler Busch rolled a 300 game against Glenbrook North
Woodstock coop's Tyler Busch rolled a 300 game against Glenbrook North

Woodstock co-op bowler Tyler Busch rolled a perfect 300 in his third game in a 3,162-3,121 loss to Glenbrook North on Thursday at Brunswick Zone in Glenbrook.

“I was shaking like crazy,” Busch said of his last few frames. “I don’t even know what happened at the end. The last three frames were all luck.”

When Busch got to the 10th frame, spectators at the alley became quiet and crammed around his lane to watch his final throw, putting more pressure on him.

“I was just shaking and pretty nervous,” he said. “It got really quiet and I could feel everyone watching me. When I saw [the pins] go down I was so pumped and ecstatic.”

He finished the meet with a 716 series that included games of 214 and 202. The senior’s previous high game came last year when he bowled a 279. 

GIRLS BOWLING

Marengo 2,887, Woodstock co-op 2,181: At Glo Bowl in Marengo, Dominique Bailey led the Indians with a match-high 655 series, and teammate Megan Hanelt added a 621 series in the win.

Rachel Lohmeyer led Woodstock co-op with a 569 series including a personal-best 221 game.

Grayslake North 2,466, Dundee-Crown 2,369: At Liberty Lanes in Carpentersville, Sarah Littleton led the Chargers with a 535 series while Jessica Vaughn added a 527 with a high game of 192.

WRESTLING

Dundee-Crown 37, McHenry 33: At Carpentersville, both teams won seven matches but the Chargers won four matches on falls to the Warriors’ three. D-C’s pins came from Jarrod Raap, Tim Schanmier, DaShun Lloyd and Jeremy Marshall.

The Warriors’ Britches Sikula, Robbie Duh and Cam Pait each earned pins in the loss.

CL South 35, Cary-Grove 25: At Cary, the Gators won the last four matches en route to the road win. Brian Pence (195 pounds), Roland Gastfield (220) and Jon Gabric (285) each won by technical fall for South.

The Trojans’ John Cullen won at 132 by major decision.

Patrick Mason contributed to this report.