Indians fall in bowl off to Perkins


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Wauseon’s Quinlynn Rohda warming up prior to the sectional tournament at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way a few weeks back. Rohda finished with a 575 series total this past weekend at the Division II district in Lima, taking ninth overall.

Wauseon’s Quinlynn Rohda warming up prior to the sectional tournament at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way a few weeks back. Rohda finished with a 575 series total this past weekend at the Division II district in Lima, taking ninth overall.


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LIMA — Wauseon girls bowling finished tied for third but fell in a bowl off against Sandusky Perkins, taking fourth overall and just missing qualifying for the state tournament on Thursday in the Division II district at Westgate Lanes.

The Indians finished with a score of 3,557. Swanton took sixth at 3,458.

Napoleon won the tournament with a 4,122 while Coldwater was second at 3,901.

Quinlynn Rohda paced the Indians with a 575 series as she took ninth. Next was Danielle Carr with a 555 series and Rachel Carr at 498.

Amy Lawson rolled a 538 series for Swanton. Additionally, Ivy Serres finished with a 503, Gabriell Siege 502 and Haylee Didion 495.

The Delta girls had a pair of individual qualifiers.

Maddy Johnston tied for 11th for the Panthers and rolled a 574 series. Ciarra Flickinger had a 518.

Also for Delta, Brody Waugh rolled a 594 series in the boys tournament. Landon Amstutz of Liberty Center qualified as an individual, taking fifth with a 673.

The Napoleon boys team advanced as they were runner-up to Coldwater and collectively scored a 4,368.

Wauseon’s Quinlynn Rohda warming up prior to the sectional tournament at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way a few weeks back. Rohda finished with a 575 series total this past weekend at the Division II district in Lima, taking ninth overall.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2021/02/web1_Rohda-at-sectional-1.jpgWauseon’s Quinlynn Rohda warming up prior to the sectional tournament at Napoleon’s River City Bowl-A-Way a few weeks back. Rohda finished with a 575 series total this past weekend at the Division II district in Lima, taking ninth overall. File photo

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