11th Frame 02.27.18
By BILL RYAN
Eastwood boys win district advance to state, BG girls third in sectional, advance to district
The Eastwood Eagles boys team won the Division II district tournament last Friday at Interstate Lanes in Rossford. The team had both the high three-game total and the high six-game Baker format total to win the event by 55 pins over St. Henry and 101 pins over St. Mary’s Memorial.
The Eagles bowl on Friday starting at 8:30 a.m. at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl in Columbus. That center last week hosted the Professional Bowler’s Association tournament.
Senior Alex Bookenberger bowled games of 231 and 244 for a 658 series, the fourth highest among the 77 bowlers who qualified for the district event. Junior Justin Gentry had a 246 and 201 in his 618, which placed him seventh among all the bowlers. Jordan Cook, 585 and Noah Jankowski added 585 and 541 respectively. Josh Dennis had a 203 game for the Eagles.
The Bowling Green Bobcats girls bowling team finished third in the Division 1 sectional tournament on Saturday at 20th Century Lanes in Lima. That qualified them to advance to the district tournament which will be held at noon on Saturday at Interstate Lanes in Rossford.
Wapakoneta won the sectional with 3,680, Shawnee was second at 3,447 and the Bobcats totaled 3,314. Kelly Miller led BG with a 203 game and 530 series. Destiny Garner added a 467 and Sofia Calderon bowled a 436. The Bobcats had the second highest Baker game set with 1,060 for the six games.
For the boys, Bowling Green with 3,474 finished 11th and Perrysburg, 3,148, was 15th in the sectional where only the top six teams advanced to the district. James Alfaro had a 214 game for 546 to lead BG; while Brandon Knell finished with a 243 game for a 530 series. Carson Flynn, with a 183 game and 486 series was high for the Yellow Jackets.
Jiggs Dinner offered
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In the leagues
- Starting this week with the youth, Conner Main was high with his 320 series in the Rally’s Junior All Stars. Benito Baldonado had the high game of 130 in his 282 set. Ayden Schroeder had a 113. For the girls Kyleigh Leu was high with 116 for 299. Madisyn Duncan totaled 213.
Al-Mar Barbies lead the league with a 32-10 record, The Buckeyes are second at 30-12.
- Avery Latta led the Bobcat 2 a Days with his 195 game and 494 series. Miguel Lorenzen had a 152 for 436 and Austin Bowen shot a 170 for 429. For the girls, Linda Alfaro was high with her 151 and 416. Turkey Hunters lead the league with a 59-18 record and Team 2 sits in second at 52-25.
- Doug Trumbull bowled a 244 game and 704 series to lead the Mixed Up Guys and Gals league. Josh Crawford shot 235 for 672 and Rob Johnson had the high game of 269 in his 661 set. For the women Lori Hutton was high with her 189 for 554; while Abby Lane had the high game of 191 in her 507 series.
Stoudinger-Glick is in first place with a 53 1/2-27 1/2 record, five points ahead of Family Tradition at 58 1/2-32 1/2. Bairs with Big Johnsons is at 54-37.
- Kirk Starkey had a 247 game and narrowly missed 700 with his 697 in the Jack & Jill league. Marcos Zamudio had the high game of 275 for his 647 series. Robin Starkey led the women with her 195 for 556; while Cindy St,Peter bowled 179 for 477.
A-Split Happens sits atop the standings at 63-21, 10 points ahead of Latta-Samidop at 53-31.
- Pancha Melendrez led the Ladies Major League bowlers last week with 246 for 691. Yogi Wammes shot a 216 in her 607 set and Tricia Green had a 584. Tasha Wood bowled a 232 game and Joyce Sarver had a 224.
Monty’s has a 14-0 record to lead Division 1, with three teams tied at 10-4. Luckey Junction lead Division 2 at 9-5 with two teams tied at 6-8.
- Cathy Lowry had a 165 game for 328 for the two games and Millie Broka had the high game of 171. Marie Feehan totaled 307 in the Tuesday Coffee League. Team 4 had a narrow one point lead over Team 10: 63-52 over 62-53,
- In the Elks League Billy Malik had a 266 and 714 to pace the bowlers Roger Pierstorff had a 659; Richard Koontz Jr., 651 and Gary Wachter bowled a 247 game. For the women, Mallory Fritz was high with her 232 and 594. Vicki Schumacher shot a 210 for 581.
In the East Division Wood County Insurance is first with 61 1/2-46 1/2; while Homes by Josh Doyle leads the west at 72 1/2-35 1/2.
- American League bowlers were led by Ron Steinman Jr. with his 713 series and Paul Overhulse had a 696. Craig Yarger had the high game of 288 in his 688 series. Chuck Close shot a 267. Both Overhulse and Brad Simon had 259 games.
Al-Mar Pro Shop and Jug’s South are tied atop the East division at 26-9; while Boys Nite Out leads the west at 21-14.
- Pancha Melendrez had the only 600 last week in the Farm League hitting 600 on the nose. Her high game was 225. Paul Klockowski had the high game of 231 for 592. Marcos Zamudio had a 223 for 597.
Heritage House leads the league with a 32-10 record, while Joseph-Bateson-Chamberlain are second at 28-14.
- Shifting to the Eagles League Jay Samelak led all the bowlers with his 759 set including a 267 game; Bill Rifner had the high game of 269 for his 740 Ryan Algire shot 723, Roger Pierstorff, 720 and Richard Koontz Jr., had, 267, 717; while Brian Murray recorded a 268 game and Terry Lee, 266.
Gerdeman Insurance has a five-point lead at 22-6 over American Family Insurance at 17-11 as the insurance teams led the East. Pendleton and Sons, 19-9 are on top of the west ahead of Muffler Brothers at 16-12.
- Shaun Crusa shot 959 for the four games in the Randy Miller league to lead the league including a 247 game. Jeff Sayre had the high game of 267 in his 912. Bill Wammes shot 232 for 855. Denise Miller bowled a 227 game.
Crusa-Miller leads the league at 69-31 with Smith & Wesson in second at 61 1/2-38 1/2; with Henderson VanDeVelde two more points back.
- In the late night Vehtek 2nd Shifters league Ben Tussing was high with his 244 and 622; while Wes Wint bowled 223 for 602. For the women, Leigh Hesselbart was high with her 155 and 402. Rachel Mack bowled a 153 for 394.
Team 2 and Pocket Pounders are tied for first at 37-19.
- And who doesn’t want to close with a fantasy — In this case the Fantasy Doubles league where the duos battled last week with Steinman-Steinman rolling the high total last week of 1,368. Melendrez-North were close behind at 1,362. But that was good enough to boost the team into first place at 141-84, and a two-point lead over Steinman-Sanchez at 139-86.