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Local bowlers have strong showing at CBC tournament


Benjamin Logan’s boys finished second in the Mad River division and Bellefontaine’s boys were third in the Kenton Trail division to highlight the Central Buckeye Conference bowling tournament Friday.

Urbana won the Mad River tournament title with a final pin count of 3,860. Ben Logan was second with 3,740, Graham was third with 3,687, Indian Lake finished fourth with 3,684, Northwestern was fifth with 3,677 and Greenon finished sixth with 3,300.

Wes Brown paced the Raiders with games of 255, 201 and 174 for a 630 series. Logan Wenger had games of 248, 188 and 168 for a 604 series, Josh Wiley had games of 220 and 213, Kam Newland had a 190 game and a 171 game and Brock Warne contributed a 156 game.

For Indian Lake, Tony Carpenter led the way with a 201 game and 593 series. Cody Bodi had a 239 game and 582 series and Connor Dickerson added a 215 game and 575 series.

Bellefontaine finished third in the Kenton Trail division tournament with 4,007. Kenton Ridge was first with 4,177, Tecumseh was second with 4,143, Tippecanoe was fourth with 3,908, Stebbins finished fifth with 3,766 and Springfield Shawnee was sixth with 3,661.

For the Chiefs, Devin Legge had games of 247, 190 and 205 for a 642 series. Joey Jacobs had games of 203, 202 and 213 for a 618 series, Cody Hullinger had games of 221 and 199 and a three-game series of 595, Alex Richards had games of 211 and 194 and a series of 586 and Roman Miller had 209 and 182 games.

In the final season standings for the boys MR division, Urbana finished first with 34 points. The Raiders were next with 22 points. Northwestern also had 22 points, Graham and Indian Lake each had 12 points and Greenon did not have a point.

In the final season standings for the boys KT division, Kenton Ridge led the way with 36 points. Tecumseh was second with 34 points, Tippecanoe was third with 28 points, Bellefontaine was fourth (24), Stebbins finished fifth (22) and Springfield Shawnee was sixth.

On the girls side, Bellefontaine finished second in the Kenton Trail division tournament with a total of 3,235. Stebbins was first (3,366), Kenton Ridge finished third (3,189), Tecumseh was fourth (3,135), Shawnee took fifth (2,853) and Tippecanoe placed sixth (2,580).

For the Chiefs, Allie Skelly had games of 180, 193 and 163 for a 536 series. Sierra Rhoades rolled games of 176, 175 and 177 for a 528 series, Haleigh Stafford had a 159 game, Christina Kinchen had games of 164 and 150 and a 460 series and Peighton Wagoner had a 171 game.

In the Mad River division tournament, Ben Logan’s girls were fifth with 2,897 and Indian Lake was sixth with 2,511. Northwestern was first (3,642), Urbana took second (3,514), Graham was third (3,473) and Greenon finished fourth (3,460).

Danielle Jones had games of 212 and 236 and had a 596 series to lead the Raiders. Becca Crum had games of 157 and 167, Alyssa Gearheart had a 194 game and Alyssa Smucker had a 155 game.

For the Lakers, Carlie Losh had a 217 game and 450 series, Kaylin Trout had a 164 game and Krysta Lyon had a 154 game.

Bellefontaine’s girls took third in the final Kenton Trail division season standings with 20 points. Stebbins was first (38), Kenton Ridge was second (28), Tecumseh took fourth (14), Shawnee was fifth (8) and Tippecanoe finished sixth (6).

In the final girls Mad River division season standings, Northwestern had the top spot with 38 points, Urbana was second with 36 points, Graham was third with 30 points, Greenon finished fourth with 22 points, Ben Logan was fifth with 12 points and Indian Lake was sixth (no points).

A story on the all-league team will be included in the Examiner at a later date.


Indian Lake boys fall to Trojans

Indian Lake’s boys varsity bowling team lost to Southeastern 2,550-2,324 on Thursday at Victory Lanes.

Tony Carpenter led the Lakers with games of 235 and 203 for a 438 series and Cody Bodi had games of 213 and 183 for a 396 series.

Indian Lake’s junior varsity boys won 1,863-1,822. Dalton Peters had a 170 game and 334 series and Blake Burt and Dylan Beltz each added a 151 game.

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