Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford, Clermont County’s members of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, have been victorious in their recent varsity girls bowling matches.
The Barons edged Goshen 1906-1855 in non-league action.
Sarah Flory turned in the best score for the Barons, a 348.
The Barons turned in a score in remembrance of the school’s finest graduating class – Amelia 1968 Turpin 1783.
The Spartans fell again to Amelia 1828-1749 once again led by Flory who bowled a 314 this time.
Flory's 298 and Lauren Dietrich's 288 paced Amelia to an 1846-1829 victory over Little Miami's Panthers.
Walnut Hills' Eagles beat the Barons 1983-1923.
Elaina Simmons' 338 was the best score achieved by Amelia.
The last three encounters were of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division kind.
The Blue and White won an inter-county, non-conference confrontation over Goshen 1838-1719.
The victorious turned in a very balanced offensive foursome of close scores. Simmons bowled 287, Jourdan Dozier 277, Flory 272, and Dietrich 268.
Little Miami avenged its earlier defeat to the Blue and White by overcoming the Barons the second time around 1820-1758.
A two-game 268 total turned in by Simmons was the best made by any of the Amelians this day.
The Trojans topped Wilmington's Hurricanes 1980-1803 behind Lauren Gerber's 381.
Walnut Hills' Eagles were also no match for GE 1951-1852. Lorianne Davis paced the Purple and White with her total of 311.
Glen Este also defeated Anderson's Redskins 2436-1769. Davis' 358 was the best score achieved by one of the Purple People.
The Purple and White swept both showdowns from Winton Woods' Warriors.
The first was by a 1915-1587 reckoning.
Davis doled out the best score for the Clermont countians with her 353.
In the return contest, the Clermont countians won even easier 2083-1381.
Gerber's 347 marked the highest score earned by the triumphant.
Harrison handed Glen Este a 2169-2152 loss. Recording the best scores for GE were Erin Hunley 330, Davis 324, and Gerber 309.
The Wildcats swept Glen Este after a 2249-2095 win. Davis' 389 headed the Purple and White's resistance.
All of these games were in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, both division and non-division.
A an easy 2188-1584 decision over McNicholas' Rockets came in non-conference action.
Rowe's 341 and Gerber's 338 were the tip top 10-frame totals turned in by the talented Trojans.
The E-Gals won an inter-county, non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference over Amelia 2089-1963. Allyson McGeorge paced the Red and White with a 369. The Blue and White's Flory led both teams with a 402
Winton Woods' Warriors went down 1833-1307. The Clermont countians were led by Samantha Higgins' 314.
The E-Gals took down Turpin 1904-1824. McGeorge's 312 and Higgins' 308 were in the forefront of the Milford scores.
Anderson temporarily stopped the Eagles 1839-1719. McGeorge rolled a 298 and Higgins a 285.
The Clermont countians came back to thrash the Redskins 1982-1681. McGeorge powered her team with a 317 and Jessica Olson turned in a 308.
Next-door neighbor Loveland struck down Milford 2029-1907. A 338 bowled by Higgins was Milford's best tally for the day.
The E-Gals flew back for the rematch and swooped all over the Tigers 1936-1887.
In this battle between next-door neighbors, The Red and White achieved very balanced offensive totals from its teammates. A threesome earned very close tallies - Kovacs 295, McGeorge 285, and Olson 282.
All of these games were opposite opponents in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, both division and non-division.