NAPOLEON – The Division II sectional bowling tournament was held Friday and Saturday at River City Bowl-A-Way in Napoleon. Locally, the Wauseon girls team will move on to the district after finishing third as a team, while Nic Kearney of Wauseon placed third individually with a 613 total to qualify in the boys competition.
Nic Kearney notched a 202 in his first game, a 188 in game two, and 223 in game three.
Next for the Indians was Quincy Rohda with a 455 total, Colin Ashbaugh at 450, and Brady Blaylock 437. The Wauseon boys were ninth as a team with 2,370.
Evergreen was the highest scoring boys team in the county as they finished eighth with a score of 2,333. They were led by CJ Langenderfer who placed 17th with a 518 total.
Teammate Nick Hudik was behind Langenderfer with a 508 total, John Silvestri finished with a 449, and Evan Conrad 439.
The Swanton boys finished 11th with a 2,227 team total. Leading the Bulldogs was Fred Blankenship who came in at 23rd overall with a 496 total.
Jeremy Zalecki was next with a 459, Skyler Ulch 449 and David Patch 446.
Delta’s boys notched a 2,133 team total for 13th place. Will McQueen was at the forefront for the Panthers with a 479 total.
Dylan Swicegood was next with a 460, Jacob Buchhop 436 and Brett Reeves 257.
The Bryan boys were sectional champions 2,836 team total.
On the girls side, Wauseon placed third behind Bryan and Liberty Center with a 2,213 team total.
Mackayla Kearney took fourth for the Indians with a 546 total. She rolled a 154 in game one, a 194 in game two, and a 198 in game three.
Next for Wauseon was Jenna Simon who placed 11th with a 469, Payton Lovins with a 391, and Kama Brackman at 279.
The Evergreen girls finished seventh with a 1,769 team total. They were led by Hanna Miller who recorded a 438 total.
Courtney Wilson was next with a 383, Breeanna Riegsecker 344 and Hannah Abrams 321.
Delta finished ninth with a 1,778 team total. Alli Hite placed 16th for the Panthers with a 454 total.
Next was Echo Sniegowski with a 262, Alexa Tenney with a 232 and Destiny Hildreth 225.
Swanton placed 10th with a 1,703 team total. They were led by Lauren Smith who placed 20th with a 428 total.
Hayley McMahan was next for the Bulldogs with a 386, Rachel Jordan notched a 360, and Deanna Eisel 254.
The boys district tournament is Thursday at Interstate Lanes in Rossford beginning at 5 p.m. The girls competition is Friday at Interstate Lanes, also starting at 5 p.m.