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High school bowling DII state tournament results


Bowling

STATE TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s Results

GIRLS DIVISION II

Top 10 Individuals: 1. Taylor Bodey (Urbana); 2. Alyx Kearney (Kenton Ridge) 650; 3. Paige Sutfin (Cols. Ready) 607, Belle Panza (Padua Franciscan) 607; 5. Miranda Romano (Hubbard) 598; 6. Josee Hale (Defiance) 595; 7. Megan Freed (Wickliffe) 593; 8. Alysia Zoeller (Port Clinton) 584; 9. Quincy Warren (Miss. Valley) 579; 10. Mackenzie Heimlich (Jonathan Alder) 575.

Other area individuals: 13. Kelsey Koesters (Coldwater) 563, Abigail Ogden (Graham) 563; 15. Paige Hartings (Cold) 562; 17. Katie Bush (Mechanicsburg) 556; 19. Ashley Wallace (KR) 550; 20. Ciera Marchal (Urbana) 546; 21. Ally Hosir (Mech) 541; 28. Jessica Sawmiller (Alter) 517; 32. Jessica Pitt (KR) 514; 37. Lauren Sanning (Cold) 506; 38. Lauren Mayberry (Mech) 505; 42. Macy Miller (KR) 496, Elizabeth Sakaitis (Northwestern) 496; 45. Chesley Copas (Urbana) 494; 46. Erika Hartings (Cold) 493; 49. Emily Taylor (Mech) 489; 58. Virginia Seifert (Northwestern) 477; Michaela Edwards (Mech) 474; 61. Sarah Macy (Graham) 472; 63. Gwen Seitz (Cold) 468; 65. Candace Oty (NW) 467; 66. Kristen Williams (NW) 465.

Team Qualifying Round Results (top 8 advanced to Championship Round): 1. Urbana 3150; 2. Kenton Ridge 3132; 3. Coldwater 3118; 4. Napoleon 3111; 5. Mechanicsburg 3097; 6. Wickliffe 2992; 7. Vermillion 2963; 8. Minerva 2917; 9. Col. Ready 2906; 10. Port Clinton 2874; 11. Garrettsville Garfield 2845; 12. Northwestern 2825; 13. St. Marys 2807; 14. Zanesville Maysville 2775; 15. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 2742; 16. Buckeye Valley 2714.

Championship Rounds

First Round—Urbana def. Minerva 3-0; Mechanicsburg def. Napoleon 3-1; Vermillion def. Kenton Ridge 3-1; Coldwater def. Wickliffe 3-0.

Semifinals—Mechanicsburg def. Urbana 3-0 (173-172, 175-166, 172-143); Coldwater def. Vermillion 3-2 (153-170, 171-185, 199-164, 202-162, 199-163).

Finals—Mechanicsburg def. Coldwater 3-2 (137-134, 146-164, 167-141, 129-143, 156-133)

Friday’s Results

BOYS DIVISION II

Top 10 Individuals: 1. Dan Diloreto (Struthers) 678; 2. Casey Cohagan (Fairport Harding) 661; 3. Tyler Lange (Liberty Center) 658; 4. Cole Whitacre (Coldwater) 651; 5. Danny Simmons (Warren Champion) 647; 6. Logan Meinecke (Cle. Benedictine) 642; 7. Kyle Hall (Marion Elgin) 641; 8. Blake Spangler (Coldwater) 639; 9. Michael Davidson (Versailles) 638; 10. Tristen Rose (Grandview Heights) 635.

Team Qualifying Round Results (top 8 advanced to Championship Rounds): 1. Warren Champion 3657; 2. Coldwater 3535; 3. Struthers 3523; 4. Jonathan Alder 3488; 5. Versailles 3350; 6. Clyde 3339; 7. Fairport Harding 3339; 8. Vermilion 3309; 9. Zanesville Maysville 3307; 10. Urbana 3251; 11. St. Clairsville 3245; 12. Ben Logan 3076; 13. Marion Elgin 3021; 14. Wauseon 3006; 15. Taylor 3002; 16. Cardington-Lincoln 2935.

Championship Rounds

First Round—Warren Champion def. Vermilioin 3-0; Versailles def. Jonathan Alder 3-1; Coldwater def. Fairport Harding 3-0; Struthers def. Clyde 3-0.

Semifinals—Warren Champion def. Versailles 3-2 (181-213, 202-135, 215-237, 213-175, 173-167); Struthers def. Coldwater 3-2 (133-177, 187-230, 181-179, 155-131, 187-171).

Finals—Warren Champion def. Struthers 3-2 (153-147, 173-183, 234-173, 175-179, 170-143).


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