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High school bowling district tournament results


Bowling

District Tournament

Wednesday’s Results

GIRLS

Division I

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Centerville 4172; 2. Beavercreek 4170; 3. Fairmont 4009; 4. Glen Este 4008; 5. Wayne 3962; 6. Mother of Mercy 3894.

Other team results: 7. Lebanon 3841; 8. Seton 3833; 9. Troy 3821; 10. Oak Hills 3787; 11. Fairborn 3753; 12. Fairfield 3746; 13. Middletown 3728; 14. McAuley 3689; 15. Colerain 3639; 16. Mason 3581; 17. Van. Butler 3557; 18. Northwest 3506; 19. Loveland 3324; 20. Princeton 3299; 21. West Carrollton 3278; 22. Northmont 3239; 23. Franklin 3131; 24. Greenville 3101.

State qualifying individuals: 5. Baker (McAuley) 655; 6. Portner (Tecumseh) 649; 10. Gehlenborg (Northwest) 643; 12. Metzger (Troy) 638; 13. Coldiron (Colerain) 636; 14. Sturgeon (Fairfield) 627.

Division II

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Urbana 3989; 2. Mechanicsburg 3925; 3. Kenton Ridge 3818; 4. Northwestern 3816.

Other team results: 5. Versailles 3764; 6. Graham 3654; 7. Greenon 3609; 8. Bellefontaine 3469; 9. Alter 3345; 10. Carroll 3211; 11. Miss. Valley 3175; 12. Goshen 3140; 13. Badin 3079; 14. Cin. Christian 2821; 15. Deer Park 2738; 16. Roger Bacon 2678.

State qualifying individuals: 3. Warren (Mississinawa Valley) 624; 5. Ogden (Graham) 618; 6. Sawmiller (Alter) 599; 10. Macy (Graham) 584.

Thursday’s Results

BOYS

Division I

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Fairmont 4444; 2. Oak Hills 4418; 3. Beavercreek 4367; 4. Northmont 4334; 5. Middletown 4311.

State qualifying individuals: Morris (Sycamore); Diamond (Centerville); Doran (Fairfield); Berger (Miamisburg); Adkins (Xenia).

Division II

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Versailles 4264; 2. Urbana 4096; 3. Taylor 3949; 4. Ben Logan 3856.

Other team results: 5. Northwestern 3847; 6. Kenton Ridge 3724; 7. West Liberty-Salem 3709; 8. Spg. Shawnee 3688; 9. Mechanicsburg 3672; 10. Deer Park 3567; 11. Seven Hills 3557; 12. Roger Bacon 3514; 13. Russia 3507; 14. Alter 3503; 15. Badin 3484; 16. McNicholas 3011.

State qualifying individuals: 5. P. Davis (West Liberty-Salem) 641; 9. Arvin (Mechanicsburg) 611; 11. Bohman (Russia) 606; 13. Campbell (Northwestern) 582.


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