JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Freshman Zach Hartmann used a big score in the opening game to take a solid lead and held on to take first place to highlight the day for the Westmoreland County Community College men's bowling team at Thursday's match hosted by Penn Highlands.
Hartmann started the day with a score of 225 in the first game, with the next best score coming from Wolfpack teammate Trevor Nelson, who rolled 211 in the first game. Hartmann maintained his lead through the final two games to finish with a series score of 574 to edge out Thomas Pisarczyk from Penn Highlands by two pins for first place.
Nelson's big first game score propelled him to a fourth place finish overall, as he posted a final count of 552 for the day. Also playing for Westmoreland on Thursday was Chris Gaia, who placed ninth, and Noah Svidron, who finished 13th overall.
The Wolfpack are back in action on Friday when they play in a match hosted by CCAC-North.