OK, good info here's what needs to be done, those numbers COULD be OK. Do the same test with all the plugs out of the engine. You need to watch the needle jumps and do exactly the same number for all cylinders. I generally look at five total jumps in each cylinder, stop, and then take the reading. I see a 215 and a 210 and a few other numbers that aren't necessarily bad but at the same time are borderline comparatively speaking (which is what a compression test is all about). 98k miles it should still have plenty of life in it as it IS building compression.