Sectional Girls Bowling: Patrick Henry edges Fostoria for final district berth

NAPOLEON — Patrick Henry finished with a 36-pin edge over Fostoria to pick up the fourth and final district team berth at Saturday’s OHSAA Division II sectional girls bowling tournament at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way.
Napoleon won the sectional title with 3,714 pins. Eastwood (3,281), Liberty Center (3,185), Patrick Henry (3,041) and Fostoria (3,005) rounded out the top five.
Patrick Henry’s Megan Rosebrook rolled a 159-175-155–489 series to finish 11th individually. Kristena Slagle (124-215-135–474), Erynn Williams (152-148-135–435), Taylor Schwiebert (144-145-111) and Kristyn Chupa (120-154-123–397) also competed for the Patriots.
Alexandria Hersch will represent Fostoria at next week’s district tournament at Lima’s Westgate Lanes as she was the No. 3 individual district qualifier with an eighth place overall finish with a 175-202-146–523 series.
Paige Nelson (150-123-131–404), Breanna Butler (133-132-134–399), Shelby Lamb (166-93-138–397) and Yessinia Ramirez (139-123-11–376) also competed for the Redmen,
Napoleon’s Blayre Beck was the individual champion with a 174-224-221–619 series.

1, Napoleon 3714. 2, Eastwood 3281. 3, Liberty Center 3185. 4, Patrick Henry 3041. 5, Fostoria 3005. 6, Bryan 2948. 7, Evergreen 2907. 8, Rossford 2905. 9, Delta 2764. 10, Wauseon 2606. 11, Tinora 1896. 12, Swanton 1486.

New Riegel moves on at Port Clinton
PORT CLINTON — New Riegel’s Amanda Weinandy and Mikayla Theis posted a series scores of 447 and 446 respectively to help the Blue Jackets finish third at the Division II sectional girls bowling tournament at Star Lanes in Port Clinton on Saturday.
The top four teams and top four individuals not on a qualifying team earned a trip to compete in next week’s Division II district tournament at Lima’s Westgate Lanes.
Port Clinton won the tournament with 3,401 pins. New Riegel finished with 2,998 to earn a district team berth.
Weinandy (195-109-143–447) was 16th overall while Theis (159-145-142–446) ended up 17th individually. Kierra Morton (134-116-169–419), Shaiann Morton (142-125-107–374) and Ruthann Schreiner (112-127-121–360) also competed for the Blue Jackets.

1, Port Clinton 3401. 2, Huron 3114. 3, New Riegel 2998. 4, Gibsonburg 2957. 5, Woodmore 2908. 6, Willard 2875. 7, Lakota 2872. 8, Lexington 2636. 9, Clyde 2440. 10, Crestline 2206.



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