Port Clinton boys win Tiffin Invitational

Tiffin Columbian held their annual invite Bowling Tournament at Heritage Center and Port Clinton came out with a win and two seconds.


       The Redskin Boys qualified fourth with a three game, three Baker game total of 3379, behind Woodmore, Fostoria and Tiffin Columbian. Sean Black led the 'Skins with 177-211-223 (611) with Dave Wilburn close behind with 609 on games of 213-222-174. Darryl Trent added 222-583 and Kyle Radloff 213-193 for 550. Brock Rider and Caleb Conrad were the other team members.

     Port Clinton defeated tournament leader Woodmore two Baker games to zero and advanced to the Championship Round against Tiffin Columbian whom they defeated 2-1 to earn their third consecutive Championship in this event. The Redskins clinched with a final 277 Baker game.

     "We worked hard all day," said PC Coach Bob Black."The lanes really were hooking and all of our players kept moving left, close to the fourth arrow and Sean was in front of the ball return on the right lane using the fifth arrow. Some learned how far they could go today. It was nice to get Dave Wilburn back on track."

     The Redskin Girls qualified second behind Eastwood with a score of 3010 on games of 802-894-739 and 575 in Baker. Alysia Zoeller again led the girls with 223-213-170 for a school record 606 series. Samanthe Stroupe continued her good bowling with 175-177-180 for her best 532 series. Eryn Binder rolled a 186, Reilly Wittman a 183, and Kassidy Mahler a 156 for the Lady Skins. Raven Rogers, Kate Chapman, and Kaylee Vollmer are the other team members.

     Port Clinton won over the undefeated Willard Girls in the first match, but fell to Eastwood in the Championship round, losing the first Baker game by 1 pin.

     "The girls have really come on strong, the 894 game and 2435 team series season highs." said Black, "Alysia continues to impress, and Sam has turned it up. Reilly and Eryn have been solid all season, and Kassidy gives us some needed high games. They seem to be ready for Sectionals. They know they can hang with the good teams."

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