Centerville Varsity Girls Bowling

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Bowling Teams Sweep Wildcats on Staff Appreciation Night at Poelking South

The boys and girls bowling teams welcomed the Springfield Wildcats to Poelking South tonight as they celebrated Staff Appreciation Night.  After honoring their teachers, the teams then put on a good show as they swept the visiting Springfield Wildcats in an NL East match-up. The varsity boys kept pace in the NL East race by

Elks Sweep Thunderbolts on the Lanes

The boys and girls bowling teams hit the road last night for Thunderbowl Lanes to take on Northmont in an NL East match-up.  The girls were looking to stay unbeaten and the boys trying to keep pace with first place Beavercreek.  Both teams did just that with big wins. The varsity girls remained unbeaten with

Girls Bowling Continues To Roll, Boys Bounce Back

The varsity girls bowling team continued their great season with the varsity girls beating Wayne 2068-1899. The JV girls won 1593-1168. Payton Watson shot 394 and Kaylie Sipes shot 383 to lead the girls. The Varsity boys bounced back from their loss on Wednesday by beating Wayne 2381-2220. The JV boys won 1950-1633. Wally Jaber shot

Bowling Teams Split With Firebirds

The varsity boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Poelking Woodman Lanes last night to take on the Fairmont Firebirds in an NL East showdown.  Both teams entered the night with championship aspirations and knew that last night’s match would have a big impact on the divisional race over the next month. In the boys

Boys and Girls Bowling Teams Win Viking Invite

The varsity boys and girls bowling teams found themselves in very familiar territory yesterday afternoon, their home center of Poelking South, as they competed in the Viking Classic hosted by Miamisburg High School.  There were 22 teams entered in the boys field and 16 in the girls and the Elks finished as the tournament champions

Boys Win Queen City Classic, Girls Come In 2nd

The bowling teams continued their great seasons at the Queen City Classic down in Cincinnati on Friday night. The boys came from 47 pins behind and rolled a 279 Baker game to edge out Elder to win the title. Max Borneman led the boys bowlers with games of 257 and 233 to make the All-Tournament Team. Making