Port Clinton’s Redskin boys earned their seventh consecutive trip to the OHSAA Northwest District Bowling Tournament at Interstate Lanes in Rossford on Friday by finishing second in Sectional action at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton last Friday. Kyle Radloff led the Redskins with 215-204-221 for a 660 series and Caleb Conrad added 182-217-205 for a 604 series. Dave Wilburn rolled a 221 game and Darryl Trent a 226 game.
“Our boys bowled good tonight, but we need to make more quality shots to advance to State,” said PC Coach Bob Black.”We’ll have three or four practices to sharpen up our games and we’ll see how we do. We have as good a chance as anyone to advance.”
The Port Clinton girls bowling team quailfied 3rd in the OHSAA Sectional Tournament at Star Lanes at the Harbor Saturday, earning a trip to the District Tournament at Interstate lanes in Rossford Friday at 10 a.m. This is the girls’ fourth trip to Districts in the seven years the OHSAA has recognized bowling as a sport.
Their 3255 total was just behind Bowling Green and Eastwood, and ahead of other qualifiers Sandusky and Rossford. Alysia Zoeller led the Lady Redskins with a 203 game and 488 series, Reilly Wittman rolled 166-172 for a 472 series, Kassidy Mahler 171-160 for a 463 series, Eryn Binder a 180 game, and Katelyn Chapman a 162 game.
“I think our young girls team (4 sophs, 3 frershmen) grew up some today” said Coach Bob Black. “Hopefully they are starting to see, and believe in how good they can be. We’re pleased with their progress and look forward to them competing next week.”