Jaxson Bonnett and Logan Frishman averaged 218 and 206, respectively, to lead the Killeen boys bowling team to a 14-3 victory over the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs on Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes. 

The Kangaroos (2-1) took a 6-1 lead after match play before taking three of four team games.

Annastasia Leon-Guerrero and Ryan Alexander led Cove (2-1) in scoring.

Lorraine Breytspraak averaged 180 to lead the Lady Roos over the Lady Bulldawgs in a walkover.

Knights sweep Warriors

The Harker Heights girls defeated Memorial Christian 14½-2½ at Killeen Bowlerama.

Nyssa White led the scoring for Harker Heights (3-0) while Ashlie Mills led the Lady Warriors (1-2).

Jayce Borja averaged 229 to lead the Heights boys in a 17-0 shutout over Memorial Christian. With the win, the Knights (3-0) took over sole possesson of first place in district play.

Memorial fell to 0-2.

Ellison sweeps Shoemaker

The Ellison boys moved to 1-1 in district play with a 12-5 victory over the Shoemaker Grey Wolves on Monday at Hallmark Lanes.

Elijah Lowe and Christian Santos led the Eagles to a 6-1 lead after match play. The teams then split the team games for the final margin.

Kasia Nelson led Shoemaker (0-3) in scoring.

The Lady Eagles won their match against Shoemaker in a walkover. Kama Rangel led the Lady Eagles (1-1) in scoring.

Ellison returns to action Monday against Killeen at Killeen Bowlerama. Also on Monday, Memorial Christian takes on Shoemaker at Hallmark Lanes.

Tuesday's match pits Copperas Cove against Harker Heights at Hallmark Lanes. All matches are set for 4:30 p.m.

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