Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Versailles Bowling Update

Lady Tiger Bowlers Impressive over the Holidays

The Lady Tigers rolled into Coldwater, OH on December 26th to bowl against the Russia Raiders and came home with a win scoring 2349 to Russia’s 2034. The oil patterns at Coldwater typically are more challenging and the ladies were better prepared at this match then they were the first time they traveled there; this reflected in their scores. Leading the way for the Tigers were Olivia Bruening (196, 174), Makenzie Berning (193), and Hannah Niekamp (178).

On January 2nd the Tigers then traveled to Woodcrest Lanes in Union City to bowl against New Bremen. They again were able to return with a win scoring 2370 to New Bremen’s 1614. The oil pattern held well throughout the match allowing for the girls to stay consistent with their shot. Leading the way in individual scores were Hannah Niekamp (215, 180), Morgan Heitkamp (169), Olivia Bruening (163), and Maggie Hedrick (158, 153). “I was pleased to see the girls bowl well over the holiday break. Family and holiday celebrations are very important and it can be challenging to practice and compete around these events,” said Coach Phlipot.

The Lady Tigers travel to Community Lanes in Minster, OH on January 9th to bowl against the Ansonia Tigers. If you want to follow and stats or schedules go to www.WOHSBC.com

Varsity Tiger Bowlers with 4-3 record

On December 26th the Tigers traveled to Coldwater, OH to bowl against the Ansonia Tigers. “Holding a match the day after Christmas presents a challenge with schedule conflicts. Three less experienced bowlers stepped up to compete for us in this match including Quayd, Ayden, and Brandon,” said Coach Phlipot. “Ansonia only presented with 4 bowlers.” The Tigers defeated Ansonia 2322 to 1546. Leading the way for the Tigers were Alex Groff (214, 185), Jacob Wening (168), Quayd Pearson (141), Ayden Moran (138), and Brandon Bradley (121). “The boys were able to keep focus under the circumstances of bowling against an abbreviated Ansonia team. They did a great job,” said Coach Phlipot.

The following week on January 2nd the boys traveled to Union City to bowl against the Coldwater Cavaliers. They were not able to come out ahead with a loss 2712 to 2596. “There were opportunities for us to take the lead but we were just not hitting our spare shots,” said Coach Phlipot. Leading the way for the Tigers were Alex Groff (210), Kyle Cotner (202, 181), Jacob Wening (181), and Brody Hyre (212, 173). “The boys pulled together well as a team during Baker play but the spare shots were not coming together as hoped. We will continue to practice these shots and build confidence in this aspect of our game” said Coach Phlipot.

On January 9th another tough competition will be held at Minster, OH versus the St. Henry Redskins. To follow stats or schedules please visit www.WOHSBC.com

Lady Tiger JV Bowlers Improve to 5-2

The reserve Lady Bowlers took the lanes Saturday December 26th at Pla Mor Lanes Coldwater, OH. The Lady Bowlers where defeated by the Coldwater Cavaliers 2141 to 1862. Leading the way for the Tigers were Jamee Brown (147), Payton Bulscher (141).

The reserve Lady Bowlers took the lanes Saturday January 2nd at Woodcrest Lanes Union City, OH. The Lady Bowlers defeated the Russia Raiders 1925-1557. Leading the way for the Tigers were Crystal Hartzell (209-202), Haddi Treon (152).

The JV Girls will be bowling at Community Lanes in Minster on Saturday January 9th at 9:45 vs Minster Wildcats

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