on February 22, 2024

NU bowlers place at sectionals, qualify for DII District tournament

By By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette 

By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette
The North Union girls bowling team qualified for Division III district tournament following sectional play on Saturday at HP Lanes.
North Union finished second overall in the girls tournament on Saturday at HP Lanes with a total count of 3373. The final score broke a school record previously at 3116.
Mechanicsburg earned the first-place slot at 3734.
The Lady Cats were led by Lexi Bahan, who had a three-game series of 558. She finished fifth overall individually.
Ryleigh Rasey counted 505 in her series and was followed by Montana Donohue (478) and Alyssa Frisco (433). Emma McCaul had a two-game series of 291.
North Union will return to HP Lanes on Tuesday for the district tournament.
North Union finished 26th in the boys tournament held on Friday.
Zach Howald led the Wildcats with a series of 462 and was followed by Chase Copas (402), Braden Rhodes (366) and Logan Otten (349). Owen O’Reilly bowled two games (203) and Gavin Amrine had one game (92).
The top 12 teams qualified for the district tournament.


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