The Yellow Springs High School Bowling team went down in school history when it withdrew from the sectional tournament on Tuesday, Feb. 15, scoring enough points to advance to the district competition. For the first time, the whole team competed at the district level. Pictured left are Stephen Royalston, Isaac Grushon, Lucas Tamblison, Anikin Boden, Eli Matheson, Kyle Reimer, Krishan Miller, Max Sturgeon, Luke Sage-Frobota and coach Matt Gerberick. (Photo sent)

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The boys team makes school history

The boys ’high school bowling team on Tuesday, Feb. 15, withdrew from the sectional tournament with enough points to advance as a team to the district competition on Wednesday, Feb. 23, the first in the school’s history when all According to school district athletic director Jeff Erich, the team competed at the district level.

The team ranked 11th out of 25 district schools that participated in Division II sections. The top 12 teams qualified for the district meeting this week, the results of which were not available to the press.

Last week in the sections, senior Max Sturgeon led the Bulldogs with a three-game record of 649 pins, finishing seventh out of 140 bowlers; and junior Krishan Miller had a high score in the 256 singles game, finishing 22nd with a total of three games of 596. Other key performances were noted by junior Luke Sage-Frabot, who played two games; and junior Lucas Tamblison and sophomores Isaac Grushon, Eli Matteson and Kyle Reimer, each of whom did one game.

The girls finish the game

On Thursday, February 17, the Yellow Springs High School Girls Bowling Team competed in the sections, finishing 23rd out of 25 teams. The top 12 teams moved to the district meeting this week.

Senior Carly Brackney led the Bulldogs with a total of 438 points in three games, finishing 51st out of 143 bowlers and one pin left to qualify for the district meeting as a person. Other players included sophomores Hailey Thompson, Sheean McCann Stewart, Violet Bab and Lily Kibluight; junior Angelina Tatman; and freshman Isla Arnold.


The teams participate in the post-season tournament

The Yellow Springs High School Girls ’Team lost 52-42 against Pleasant Hill Newton High School in a sectional tournament on Thursday, Feb. 17, ending an exciting season in which the team finished as champions of the Metro Buckeye Conference and Senior Angie. Smith broke the school’s record for career scores with a final score of 1890. The previous record was 1770, set 17 years ago by Evin Wimberly.

The university senior team was scheduled to play its first sectional tournament game on Wednesday night, February 23rd. The results were not available to the press.

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