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By Staff Report
Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, 8:54 p.m.
 

Brooke Lundy bowled a 589 three-game series, including a 244, to lead Norwin to the WPIBL girls bowling championship Thursday at Paradise Island Bowl.

Norwin edged Hempfield, 2,651 to 2,593.

Also scoring for Norwin were Brianna Lundy (566), Jules Goehring (521), Lizzy Pusateri (490) and Dori Miller (485).

Gateway, Plum and North Allegheny rounded out the top five.

Hempfield won the boys title Wednesday.

— Staff report

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