Swanton , Wauseon Girls Bowlers Qualify for District, Delta Sends Two Individuals
The Swanton Lady Bulldogs and Wauseon Lady Indians placed second and third, respectively, in the girls’ OHSAA Division II Sectional Bowling Tournament on Friday held at River City Bowl-A-Way in Napoleon and advanced to the District Tournament next week in Lima. Both schools finished behind team Sectional Champion Napoleon Lady Wildcats who totaled 3875 pins to Swanton’s 3792 and Wauseon’s 3660.
Hannah Patch rolled a career-high 623 series with games of 235, 246 and 142 to pace the Bulldogs which will be competing in the Districts for the second time in the past three years. Backing up Hannah with big performances were Amy Lawson with a 587 series, Ivy Serres with 546, and Gabe Sieja with 516.
Wauseon’s Dannielle Carr (pictured) led all bowlers with a 646 series, throwing games of 268, 209 and 169, to win the individual Sectional Tournament Championship. Danielle was supported by Quinlynn Rohda’s 618 series and a 557 from Rachel Carr and a 495 from Jayde Ramos.
Qualifying as individuals are Maddy Johnston who bowled games of 169, 204 and 212 for a 585 series and Ciarra Flickinger with games of 139, 222 and 213 for a 574 total. Both girls come from the Delta Lady Panthers program.