The Fort Dodge boys and girls bowling teams played host to Mason City on Monday night at Ridgewood Lanes.
The Dodger boys recorded a 3,055-2,859 victory.
Drew Hanson (236-238-474) and Coletyn Nelson (202-224-426) paced Fort Dodge.
"Our boys came out like gangbusters," said FDSH head coach Don Ervin. "We kept plowing ahead and never let up."
On the girls side, the Dodgers dropped a 2,953-2,361 decision.
Shelby Jacobson (155-191-346) and Allison Birnbaum (201-123-324) were the top performers for Fort Dodge.
Fort Dodge 3,055, Mason City 2,859
Fort Dodge boys - Drew Hanson, 236-238-474; Chase Messerly, 202-195-397; Coletyn Nelson, 202-224-426; Brady Anderson, 154-199-353; Jerry Rogers, 172-180-352; Jacob Ladlie, 145-203-348. End of regulation: FD led 1,053-1,029.
Mason City 2,953, Fort Dodge 2,361
Fort Dodge girls - Shelby Jacobson 155-191-346; Christian Hemann 160-142-302; Sam Witte 127-175-302; Michaela Spaulding, 138-133-271; Allison Birnbaum, 201-123-324; Ciara Sturm 148-157-305. End of regulation: MC led 1,933-1,579.
Girls Junior Varsity
Mason City 2,016, Fort Dodge 1,978
Fort Dodge junior varsity girls - Erika Farr 160-138-298; Alexis Peterson, 105-114-219; Victoria Coleman, 159-145-304; Carrie Anderson, 95-131-226; Breana Heiter 99-82-181; Francis Lee, 119-152-271. End of regulation: MC led 1,433-1,318.
"Our girls need to regroup and change some things," Ervin said. "We need to buckle down and go back to the drawing board."
In junior varsity girls action, the Dodgers also fell short, 2,016-1,978.
Next outing for Fort Dodge is Monday when they host Marshalltown for a 3:45 p.m. start time.