Sidock bowling well for Panthers

BALDWIN — C.J. Sidock proved during the fall, on the gridiron, the talent he had for football at Baldwin.

Now during the winter at the bowling alley, Sidock is displaying his talents in bowling as a Panther senior.

“I’ve improved a lot,” Sidock said. “I’ve done much better than a year ago. My scores have improved.”

Last Saturday, the Panthers defeated Mason County Eastern 28-2 at Country Lakes. Sidock bowled a 182 and 200 while Cameron Wroblewski had a 193 and 159.

“It was a good game,” Sidock said. “I had a better game than that my last time out. I had a 235.”

“We won the first game by 103 pins and the second game by 208 pins,” said Baldwin coach Nick Miller. “We had some very good performances.”

The boys are steadily showing improvement.

The girls do not have a fall team but netted a strong performance from Gracie Lemieux, who bowled a 202. Her first game was a 130.

Sidock said he’s working on getting more spares.

This Saturday, Baldwin will be bowling against itself in split squad action. The next league match is Feb. 4 at Mason County Eastern.

“We want to get better, win more games, be strong at regionals and go to state,” Sidock said. “We’ve only lost one game and that was because people were out of town.”