WBL Champions St. Marys
Riders Girls Bowling Wins WBL, Boys Finish Second. https://t.co/z6ZEBAuPHY pic.twitter.com/hv0CyLG0jI
— EveningLeader Sports (@EL_Sports1) February 8, 2017
(2-8-17) It was a good day for bowling in Auglaize County, as St. Marys and Wapakoneta went 1-2 in both the boys and girls championships.
St. Marys won the WBL Girls Bowling Championship outdistancing neighbor Wapakoneta 3,735-3,631. St. Marys Jami Dunlap finished in 1st bowling a 596 (198, 184 and 214) series for the Roughriders, Katie Manger of Wapakoneta had a 584 and Alicia Herman of Defiance had a 570.
Bryana Twining 2017 WBL Bowler of the Year
Congratulations to Bryana Twining! 2017 WBL Bowler of the Year! pic.twitter.com/mU2zaLrp8J
— Rich Dackin (@1911dack) February 8, 2017
Bath’s Bryana Twining was named the WBL Bowler of the Year.
Celina’s Dorian Regedanz Named Second Team WBL
In the WBL Boys Championship Wapakoneta won the title beating St. Marys 4,551-4,377. Defiance’s Alex Coble finished the tournament in first place with a 779 (255, 248 and 276), Wapakoneta’s Brandon Kenard rolled a 724 series and St. Marys Gunner Kruse rolled a 686. St. Marys Austin Cook was named the WBL Bowler of the Year.
Kenton’s Brandon Feltner
Brandon Feltner with the striiiiiiiike!! pic.twitter.com/ZGyf8eMm3X
— Kenton Athletics (@KentonWildcats) February 8, 2017