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Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Coldwater maintains first place in bowling

By Gary R. Rasberry
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
St. Marys and Coldwater's girls' bowling teams remained on top of their respective divisions after Saturday's West Ohio High School Bowling Conference action.
The Roughriders moved to 6-0 in the North Division with a win over rival Celina by 141 pins. Coldwater is 5-0 in the South Division with a big win over Russia.
High game honors for the ladies went to Wapakoneta's Britni Hosterman with a 243. Shawnee's Dayle Aldrich bowled a 220.
In the boys' competition, Coldwater moved to 7-0 in the South Division with a win over Fort Recovery. Wapakoneta (7-0) and Shawnee (6-0) are the lone divisional unbeatens in the North Division with Wapak beating LCC and Shawnee beating Parkway.
St. Marys' Austin Cook had the top game of the day with a 269. Versailles' Jacob Wenig rolled a 266.

Results from Saturday's WOHSBC action.
BOYS
Match Results
Versailles def. Ansonia 2,866-1,565, New Bremen def. Mississinawa Valley 2,299-2,268, Minster def. Russia 2,282-2,242, St. Henry def. Fort Loramie 2,637-2,175, Coldwater def. Fort Recovery 2,817-2,337, Shawnee def. Parkway 2,917-2,279, Van Wert def. Temple Christian 2,921-2,150, Celina def. Lima Senior 2,981-2,567, St. Marys def. Ottawa-Glandorf 3,180-2,808, Wapakoneta def. LCC 3,145-2,465, Mississinawa Valley def. Fort Loramie 2,358-2,176.

GIRLS
Match Results
Marion Local def. Ansonia 2,102-1,808, Minster def. Mississinawa Valley 2,162-2,000, New Bremen def. Fort Loramie 1,866-1,797, Coldwater def. Russia 2,400-1,941, Versailles def. Fort Recovery 2,201-1,884, Wapakoneta def. Ottawa-Glandorf 2,723-1,963, St. Marys def. Celina 2,568-2,427, Van Wert def. Parkway 2,031-1,996, Shawnee def. Lima Senior 2,633-2,144.
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