GREENAWAY NAMED BOWLER OF THE YEAR

BOARDMAN OH- The OHSBCA Board of Directors has selected Boardman junior Kaitlyn Greenaway as the 2023-2024 Ohio High School Division 1 Bowler of the Year. Greenaway is the first athlete in Boardman’s school history to earn this award. This makes Greenaway the sectional champion, individual state champion, team state champion and Ohio bowler of the year.  She was voted to first team all Northeast District as well and was an Academic All-Ohioan this year.  Greenaway reached all milestones this season while maintaining a 207 average.

POTTERS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT BUCKEYE 8

ST CLAIRSVILLE OH- East Liverpool’s girls bowling team continued another fantastic season on Thursday night as they dominated their way to a third straight Buckeye 8 championship.

East Liverpool bowlers dominated the field. The Potters finished with a total of 2,690, which was first by a long shot. The next closest team was Harrison Central and they bowled a 2,256.  Addison Rudibaugh bowled rounds of 181, 234, and 201, Making her total first on the leader board with a 616.   Paige Grimes was right behind her on the leader board with a total of 420 (184, 123, 113)  Dani Riggle bowled a 419 (129, 134, 156). Lani Rudibaugh bowled to a total of 371 (119, 142, 110).  Rounding out the Potters in the top 10 was was Mollie Pettrie with a total of 356 (121, 107, 128).

POTTERS STRONG START CONTINUES

EAST LIVERPOOL OH- The East Liverpool boys and girls bowling teams showcased their dominance as they secured a comprehensive sweep against Wheeling Park in Monday’s matchup. The Potter girls continued their stellar season with a perfect 5-0 record, securing a convincing 1,865-1,618 victory at Walnut Lanes.

Addison Rudibaugh led the charge for the Potter girls, delivering impressive performances with games of 215 and 188, accumulating a strong 403 series. Mollie Petrie contributed to the success with games of 180 and 138, resulting in a commendable 318 series.

The East Liverpool boys also emerged victorious with a solid 2,228-2,198 scoreline, bringing their season record to 3-2. Jayden McDole showcased his bowling prowess, recording games of 200 and 204 for an impressive 404 series. Jordan Wolf added to the triumph with games of 199 and 194, securing a solid 393 series for the Potters.

Looking ahead, East Liverpool anticipates their next challenge as they prepare to face Brooke on Monday, continuing their pursuit of success on the bowling lanes.

POTTERS PICK UP OPENING SEASON SWEEP OF SOUTHERN

EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a dominating performance at Walnut Lanes, East Liverpool’s bowling teams secured a clean sweep against Southern Local on Monday. The boys’ team triumphed with a score of 2,049-1,470, led by standout performances from Jordan Wolf, who rolled impressive games of 223 and 215 for a total series of 438.

Meanwhile, the Potter girls asserted their dominance with a convincing 1,948-1,401 victory. Addison Rudibaugh led the charge for the East Liverpool girls, showcasing her skill with games of 182 and 237, accumulating a solid 419 series.

On the Southern Local side, Rawlings posted a notable 156 game and a two-game series of 282, demonstrating resilience in the face of East Liverpool’s strong showing. Kennedy Lewis contributed for Southern with a 139 game and a 243 series.

Looking ahead, the Potters have their sights set on the next challenge, as they prepare to host John Marshall on November 30. The momentum from this decisive win will undoubtedly fuel their determination in the upcoming match.

BOWLED OVER: BOARDMAN GIRLS GO FOR STATE TITLE

BOARDMAN, OH- Imagine starting your career in bowling at the high school level, and sweeping through the conference championships for the entirety of your career- all four years.

Now add not losing a match from the time you’re a sophomore through your senior year.

Perhaps throw in three sectional championships, a district title, and finish top 10 in the state for 3 consecutive years.

Meet the Boardman Lady Spartan Bowling Team.  They’ve done all that and are shooting for more.

Led by Justine Cullen, the Lady Spartans are on a mission and are stronger and more determined than they’ve ever been.  With tutelage from a professional bowler, Danielle McEwan before their state championship, the girls feel like they’re knocking down all the pins in life right now.

We caught up with Grace Oklata, Sam Hoffman, Kaitlyn Greenaway, and Marissa Funk after practice to talk about what this ride has been like.

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BOARDMAN LIGHTS UP THE LANES OVER HOWLAND

BOARDMAN, OH- The Boardman keglers defeated the Howland Tigers by a score of 2358-1989 on Wednesday at Boardman Lanes.

The match medalist for the Spartans was Kaitlyn Greenaway, shooting games of 211 and 203 for a 414 set. Behind her was teammate Sam Hoffman, rolling games of 163 and 246 for a 409 set.

Other contributors for the Spartans were Grace Oklota with games of 180 and 200 for a 380 set, Alayna Turillo with games of 168 and 168 for a 336 set, and Marissa Funk with games of 191 and 138 for a 329 set.

The leading scorer for Howland was Gillian McMurray, shooting games of 260 and 129 for a 389 set.

 

*Story contributed by Justine Cullen and BoardmanAthletics.org

GIRARD’S TRAUTMAN ROLLS TO NEXT LEVEL

GIRARD, OH- Girard senior Heidi Trautman announced this morning that she will continue her academic and athletic careers at Kent State University, Trumbull Campus.

Trautman has been a leader on the Indian Bowling team, and will certainly look to keep her talent going at the next level.

Congratulations to Heidi, her family, and the Girard Bowling Team for their success over the last 4 years.  We wish you strikes aplenty at KSU-Trumbull.

GIRARD HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BOWLING TEAM WON SECTIONS – NEXT COMPETITION IS DISTRICTS

Sectionals were held Sunday, February 10, 2019. Girls Districts will be on Sunday, February 17, 2019 @ 12 Noon and the Boys Districts will be on Monday, February 18, 2019 @ 12 Noon _ BUCKEYE LANES, 24488 Lorain Road, North Olmsted, OH 44070 – Phone: 440/777-6363

Girard Varsity Bowling Bowling teams have made it to State the last 2 years. There is a very high potential that they will make it there 3 times in a row in 2019. GO GIRARD INDIANS
The State Championships are held the first weekend in March in Columbus if the team make it through districts. Girard Varsity Girls Bowling Team placed 3rd.

VARSITY BOYS – 2018-2019 SEASON STATS 
High Team Baker Game 255
High Team Match Total 2,814

Brett Ziegler
Season average 192.1 (for 22 games)
High Game 232
High 2 Game Series 435

Dylan Puz
Season average 199.37 (for 24 games)
High Game 279
High 2 Game Series 503

Jonathan Moore
Season average 208.6 (for 8 games)
High Game 257
High 2 Game Series 476

Logan Barta
Season average 211.75 (for 24 games)
High Game 279
High 2 Game Series 508

Donny Bishop
Season average 228 (for 24 games)
High Game 279
High 2 Game Series 526

Nathan Moore
Season average 187.4 (for 15 games)
High Game 233
High 2 Game Series 417

VARSITY GIRLS 2018-2019 SEASON STATS
High Team Baker Game 207
High Team Match Total 2,220

Maddie Moore
Season average 141.69 (for 23 games)
High Game 173
High 2 Game Series 331

Cierra Anzelmo
Season average 162.79 (for 24 games)
High Game 207
High 2 Game Series 375

Natalie Kazda
Season average 145.78 (for 14 games)
High Game 201
High 2 Game Series 330

Rachel Foreback
Season average 191.21 (for 23 games)
High Game 240
High 2 Game Series 443

Heidi Trautman
Season average 193.08 (for 24 games)
High Game 254
High 2 Game Series 457

Taylor Tillman
Season average 135.87 (for 8 games)
High Game 203
High 2 Game Series 316

NOTE: There are other girls on the roster that do not have averages.

SOURCE: Marci Barta