Monday, November 25, 2013

Versailles Bowlers Win Again

Versailles Boys Varsity Bowlers Now 2-0

Varsity Boys: kneeling: Kenny Nagel, Zach Marshal, Alex Groff, Ryan Watren Standing: Coach Davidson, Michael Davidson, Dustin Ruhe, Ben Ahrens, Coach Phlipot
The 2nd match of the season was held at Plamor Lanes against the St. Marys Roughriders. Last year the Roughriders defeated the Tigers in a close match by 3 pins. “St. Marys also has a tough team and most of you guys remember what happened last year. We need to bring our best and not let up today.” Said Coach Davidson

The first game started out with the Tigers having some issues converting some easy spares. However, they pulled it back together and finished strong posting a 916 to St. Marys 714. Michael Davidson and Ben Ahrens led the team the 1st game with a 217 and a 210 respectively. The second game the boys started out very strong and continued throughout the game rolling a fine 1,000 even to St. Marys 805. 3 Tiger bowlers hit the 200 mark with Michael Davidson at 215, Zach Marshal 211 and Ben Ahrens 208.

“It was obvious after the 1st game that St. Marys is not as strong this year as they have been in years past. However, I still wanted the boys to keep the hammer down as you just never know.” Said Davidson. The Tigers continued to roll the ball pretty well during the Baker Games. They rolled 167, 226, 217, 192 and 171.

The Tigers will compete this Saturday against Van Wert at Community Lanes in Minster. Please visit for in depth stats and the final conference standings.

Versailles Girls Varsity Bowlers Defeat Ansonia

Varsity Girls: kneeling: Megan Ward, Megan Monnin, Paige Holsapple, Tori Minnich
Standing: Coach Phlipot, Brooke Wehrkamp, Kelsey Berning, Hannah Niekamp, Coach Davidson
The 2nd week of the WOHSBC was held at Plamor Lanes in Coldwater with the two Tiger teams going up against each other. Versailles was coming off a pretty good 1st week, so they were ready to roll. In the first game the Lady Tigers of Versailles defeated the Lady Tigers of Ansonia 915 to 406. Unfortunately, Ansonia only had 4 bowlers, so this was not going to be much of a match. Versailles was led by Tori MInnich (209), Megan Monnin (198) and Megan Ward (188) in the first game.

Versailles struggled a little bit the second game rolling a 741 to Ansonia’s 433. “With Ansonia only having 4 bowlers, it makes it tough to stay focused. The girls missed way too many easy spares in the 2nd game. This is definitely something that we need to work on.” Stated Coach Phlipot.

During the Baker Games, Versailles pulled it back together and posted some good numbers except for the last game. They rolled a 190, 168, 212, 165 and a 123. The Tigers improved their record to 2-0 and will face Temple Christian at Community Lanes in Minster this coming Saturday.

The Tigers will compete this Saturday against the Ansonia Tigers at Plamor Lanes in Coldwater. Please visit for in depth stats and the final conference standings.

JV Boys:  Ben Hole, Kyle Cotner, Jacob Wenig, Brody Hyre, Michael HemmelgarnCoach Davidson, Coach Phlipot
JV Girls:   kneeling:   Ashley Bey, Bridgette Holsapple, Maggie Hedrick
Standing:  Coach Phlipot, Crystal Hartzell, Heather Bey, Angel Tomlinson, Coach Hedrick

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