GREENVILLE — The Greenville Lady Wave took their turn rewriting their place in history Wednesday night in the close loss to Troy.
The first to fall was the single team game record. The girls shot 975, beating the old mark of 902 shot back in 2011 at Vandalia-Butler (Poelking Marian Lanes). For Greenville Hannah Byers shot a 224, Mackenzie Slade shot a153, Meagan Meeks shot a 188, Natalie Blinn shot a 205, and Shelby Shumaker shot a 205.
The second record to fall was the team baker game series. The girls shot an impressive 391 Wednesday with a 190 in game one and a 201 in game two.
The final record to fall was the overall two regular game plus two baker game match score of 2,169. This also beat the old record shot on Jan. 6, 2011, vs. Vandalia-Butler at Poelking Marian Lanes in Huber Heights.
The Lady Wave are now third in the Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division behind undefeated Troy and 4-1 Butler.
Leading the girls on Wednesday were Shelby Shumaker with games of 201 and 205 for a 406 series, Hannah Byers with a 224 game, Megan Meeks with a 188 and Natalie Blinn with a 205.
The Greenville boys beat the Troy Trojans 2,348-2,336.
Leading the Wave were Trever Mann with games of 245 and 216 for a 461 series, Austin Weimer with games of 216 and 214 for a 430 series and Korey Garland with games of 206 and 190 for a 394 series.
The Wave is now fourth in the GWOC North.