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Elder takes seventh as Fliers head to girls district bowling

PORT CLINTON — Halle Elder finished seventh overall Saturday to guide Clyde to a district berth Saturday at the Division II sectional bowling tournament at Port Clinton’s Star Lanes at the Harbor.

The top four teams and top four players not on those teams qualified for this Friday’s district tournament at Lima’s Westgate Lanes.

Edison beat Willard 3,822-3,47 for the team championship, followed by Perkins (3,345) and Clyde (3,002). Old Fort finished 12th (2,060).

Elder fueled the Fliers with a 537 series, rolling games of 226, 161 and 150.

Tabby Golden added a 486 series to finish 15th overall, Madiysn Weiss had a 420, Emma Beebe turned in a 375 and Sam Adams registered a 370.

Clyde had Baker game totals of 133, 104, 164, 142, 131 and 139.

Old Fort got a 407 series from Amy Corfman, 339 from Courtney Burd, 260 from Sienna Cobb, 257 from Kiara Contreras and 253 from Lennyn Druckenmiller.

Scott ends 5 pins shy of district

NAPOLEON — Fostoria’s Trey Scott and Lakota’s Simon Rosenberger each ended less than 10 pins away from a district berth Friday at the Division II sectional at River City Bowl-A-Way.

Scott led all local players with a 571 series, thanks to games of 225, 160 and 186 for the Redmen. He finished 12th overall.

Rosenberger ended 13th overall with a 557 series after games of 216, 186 and 155.

The top four teams and top four players not on those teams qualified for this Saturday’s district tournament at Lima’s Westgate Lanes. Full results were not posted until after press time for Saturday’s paper.

Napoleon upended Eastwood 3,887-3,848 for the team championship, followed by Ottawa-Glandorf (3,807) and Patrick Henry (3,769).

Fostoria bettered Lakota 3,017-2,944 for 14th.

The individual district berths went to Delta’s Cory Waugh with a match-best 687 series, Rossford’s Owen Hill with a runner-up total of 670, Wauseon’s Chance Buehrer with a 579 and Tinora’s Devin Flory with a 576.

Jayden Smith backed Scott with a 489 for Fostoria, Josh McCarley turned in a 474 and Drew Shaver finished with a 344. Jacob Thomas added a two-game total of 197 and Blaine Groves rolled a 129 game.

The Redmen had Baker game totals of 133, 145, 130, 148, 116 and 141.

Along with Rosenberger, Lakota got a 443 series from Ethan Smithback, 400 from Dakota Dukett, 396 from Trever Odom and 330 from Brandon Minnich.

The Raiders rolled Baker games of 143, 99, 148, 139, 116 and 173.

Tarris advances; Clyde ends 12th

PORT CLINTON — Clyde’s boys finished 12th Friday at the Division II sectional bowling tournament at Star Lanes at the Harbor.

The top four teams and top four players not on those teams qualified for this Saturday’s district tournament at Lima’s Westgate Lanes. Full results were not posted until after press time for Saturday’s paper.

Perkins beat Edison 4,454-4,059 for the team title, with Willard holding off Galion 3,888-3,813 for third.

Clyde ended with a 3,167 pin total. Old Fort only had four bowlers and did not compete in the Baker game portion of the meet. A team must have five bowlers.

As reported in Saturday’s paper, Old Fort freshman Hayden Tarris advanced to the district tournament as an individual after rolling games of 244, 238 and 244 for a 726 series.

Edison senior Brandon Goodrich led all players with a 774 series after games of 238, 257 and 279.

The other individual qualifiers were Tod Spurlock of Bucyrus (648), Nicholas Beekman of Shelby (617) and Dylan Smothers of Port Clinton (612).

Nick Craig paced Clyde by ending 22nd overall with a 552 series. Gage Hill finished 39th (497), Matt Golden came in 47th (461) and Ridley Sabo took 58th (406). Caleb Hammons added a two-game total of 271 for the Fliers and Trevor Byers rolled a 150 game.

Clyde also had Baker games totals of 115, 167, 129, 119, 180 and 120.

Along with Tarris, Old Fort got a 393 series from Charles Bryant, 348 from Elijah Hopple and 316 from Joey Brumbaugh.

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