London, Ohio- February 11th, 2017. - Saturday, the Ohio Heritage Conference held their League Bowling Tournament. This year, the OHC has expanded, but not all schools field a bowling team this year. On the Ladies side, Defending League champs, Mechanicsburg, came to bowl and took a commanding lead after 3 games of regular bowling. Mechanicsburg 2534 Fairbanks 1966 southeastern 1846 west Liberty Salem 1772 and Springfield Catholic Central 1478. After 5 games of Baker bowling, The Lady Indians came away with the win. West Liberty Salem placed fourth. On the Boys side, Mechanicsburg was looking to defend their title and they too started off with a big lead. Scoring for the boys, Mechanicsburg 2864, Northeastern 2380 Southeastern 2370 Madison Plains 2357 Fairbanks 2205 West Liberty Salem 2099 and Greenview 1728. After the 5 games of Baker bowling Mechanicsburg retained the League title.
After the tourney, The All League Teams were announced. For the ladies, Ally Hosier (MHS) was named All OHC Ladies Bowler of the year for the 4th year in a row. County bowler with honors were 1st team all league, Erica McCall (WLS) Skyler Herron (MHS) Miranda Keene (MHS). 2nd Team all League Amanda Coulter (MHS) and Madison Boggs (MHS). On the Boys side, Caleb Westfall (MHS) was All OHC Men's bowler of the year. County bowlers with honors, 1st team all OHC Jake Ripley (MHS) Preston Estep (MHS). 2nd team all OHC David McMahill (MHS) and Peyton O'Laughlin (MHS). Honorable Mention Trevon Marchal (WLS) and Mike Price (WLS).
The OHC will be rolling into Dayton next Thursday morning to Sectionals at Poelking Lanes 6170 Brandt Pike Dayton, Ohio. Come out to support our local teams....
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