Miami Trace and Washington Court House Bowling teams traveled Friday to Hillsboro to take on the Indians in a Varsity Tri Bowling Match.
Washington Court House boys led with a 1703 after the first two individual games. Hillsboro Indians followed close behind with a 1627 and Miami Trace had a 1553. High scores in the individual games were Nick Hurles with a 232 game and a 387 two game series. Miami Traces Kabel Taylor had a 188 game and a 366 two game series. Hillsboro’s Jackson Miller had a 202 individual game. Washington Court House’s boys shot an impressive 599 Baker Series which put them in position to finish with a composite score of 2302. Hillsboro finished with a 2090 and Miami Trace finished with a 1958.
Hillsboro’s Varsity girls led after the first two individual games with a 1339, Miami Trace followed with a 1310 and Washington Court House had a 1025. Paige Blankenship was the high game leader for Miami Trace’s girls with a 178 game and a 343 two game series. Washington Court House’s Jasmine Faulconer had a 182 game and a 342 series. Dominque Burns for Hillsboro had a 180 game and a 307 two game series. After three baker games and adding in the individual scores Hillsboro Varsity girls placed first with a final score of 1701. Miami Trace was seconded with a 1693 and Washington Court House Varsity Girls with a 1407.