(Red Oak) -- The Shenandoah boys bowling team set three more school records on their way to winning the Red Oak bowling tournament on Tuesday.
Payton Stephens had a 256 and a 222 to win the tournament championship with a series of 476. Meanwhile, Stephens was joined in helping Shenandoah break the high individual round team series (2041) and the high individual round team game (1091) records at the school.
Other scores for Shenandoah came from Devin Morelock (413), Zander Steiner (390), Zayne Zwickel (381) and Wyatt Aufdenberg (379).
The Mustangs had a 2919 total score to win the team championship. Harlan was second with 2776 while Red Oak had 2690, Lewis Central finished with 2577 points and Creston had 2329.
In the girls tournament, Harlan won with a team score of 2394 pins. Red Oak was not far behind with 2362 while Lewis Central had 2325 and Shenandoah 2306. Creston was next with 2068 pins.
Shenandoah was led by Ireland Palmer with a 338 while Alyssa Dukes had a 316, Bailey Maher a 304 and Natalie Gilbert a 300. View complete results for Shenandoah below.