Wezel knocked down 924 pins for her eighth-place showing after posting 837 for 31st-place on Saturday. Senior Amee Pervine was 37th on Saturday with 822 pins and 45th on Sunday with 690, while senior Taylor Wagner registered 282 pins on Saturday for 34th and 658 on Sunday for 51st.
Sophomore Rickie Denton finished 42nd on Saturday with 781 pins and she was 53rd on Sunday with 646, and junior Hannah Ellsworth recorded 494 pins for 68th on Saturday and 503 for 66th on Sunday.
Bell paced the men on Saturday with 1,098 pins while Jarred Bradshaw tied for 19th with 1,045 and senior Chase Midgett tied for 29th with 986. Freshmen Matt Holmes and Baytley Cardwell were 53rd and 63rd, respectively, with 777 and 601 pins and junior Justin Pervine placed 96th with 203. Seniors Johnathon Davis and Nathan Parrott also rolled just one game along with Pervine, collecting 142 and 140 pins.
Holmes led the Phoenix on Sunday with 887 pins, good for 35th, while Bradshaw was 59th with 675 and Bell finished 66th with 617. Freshman Nick Anderson and Pervine placed 76th and 77, respectively, with 413 and 377 pins and Davis was 82nd with 324. Parrott finished 87th with 290 and freshman Thomas Chenault was 88th with 254.
Cumberland will compete again Oct. 14-15 at the Black and Orange Classic hosted by the University of Pikeville in Dayton, Ohio.