Prep roundup: Moses Lake girls bowling win streak snapped by Wenatchee

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EAST WENATCHEE — Moses Lake had its four-match win streak snapped on the road against Wenatchee.

The second-place Panthers held off the Chiefs in the first game by 16 pins, 760-744, then proceeded to win the second game 853-784.

Haley Rogers kept things close in Game 1 with a team-high 180 pins. Camille Sanislo and Danielle Garcia added 152 and 151 pins, respectively.

Garcia (172) and Rogers (165) led Moses Lake in Game 2.

Wenatchee edged Moses Lake in the first Baker game 163-151 to clinch the match. Wenatchee won the next Baker game 167-147.

After winter break, Moses Lake hosts league-leading and undefeated Eastmont on Jan. 4.

Boys basketball

Prescott 49, Moses Lake Christian 31

PRECOTT — Moses Lake Christian could not erase a 20-point halftime deficit and lost to Prescott 49-31.

The Lions fell behind 24-2 in the second quarter and trailed 31-11 at halftime.

MLCA hosts the Moses Lake High School freshman team, 6 p.m., Thursday.

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