|Bobcat boys bowlers advance to districts (2-15-13)|
|Written by BILL RYAN/Sentinel Staff Writer|
|Saturday, 16 February 2013 00:55|
PORT CLINTON — Bowling Green’s boys bowling team finished third with a pinfall of 3,862 in the sectional tournament Friday night at Star Lanes at the Harbor.
The top four teams in the sectional advanced to the district Feb 22 at Interstate Lanes in Rossford. Kyle Waynick of Eastwood also advanced to the district event as one of the top four individuals not on an advancing team.
The Bobcats got off to a slow start, but rebounded for a 1,005 second game and finished in third after the regulation games at 2,729. They had the best set of Baker games rolling consistently, including games of 201, 202 and 203 for an 1,133 total to lead the12-team field.
Justin Overhulse led the Bobcats with a 225 game and a 599 series. After struggling a bit the first game, Brian LeGalley came back with games of 204 and 222 for a 586 set. Jacob Spangenberg rolled a 215 second game for a 548 total. Chase Ferguson added a 200 in his 543.
BG crossed lanes with sectional champion Sandusky Perkins which totaled 4,114. Port Clinton finished second at 3,896, and Woodmore was fourth team with a 3,726.
Waynick had the fifth-highest individual series as he led the Eagles. Waynick had games of 177 and 183 before finishing with a 256 for a 616 series. Kole Minton of Perkins was the individual medalist with a 259 high in his 691 set. Overhulse finished eighth individually.
Rossford finished in seventh at 3,620. Eastwood and Perrysburg tied for eighth at 3,601.
Mason Robinson had a 199 high game for 563 to lead Rossford. Austin Reynolds added a 549 for the Bulldogs. In addition to Waynick, Jared Haas rolled a 560 for the Eagles. J.T. McCamey had games of 210 and 218 in his 568 set to lead the Yellow Jackets. Matt Gauthier was close behind with his 225 for 553, and Austin Waller rolled a 226 game and 549 set for Perrysburg.
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