Milford and Glen Este have been the winningest of Clermont County’s varsity boys bowling squads.
The Eagles beat Amelia 2439-2273. The Barons’ Zac Vestring rolled the best game with 407. Milford’s Adam Edwards had a 399 and Amelia’s Kyle Clements 391.
The Red and White also knocked over Turpin’s Spartans 2145-1964. Joseph Langschwager’s 315 was the best total for the winners.
Milford also mastered Winton Woods' Warriors 2297-2038 behind Jared Bussell's 389 and Edwards' 364.
Anderson's Redskins also fell before the Clermont countians 2205-2147. Bussell's 353 paced the Eagles.
Loveland's Tigers were no match for Milford which won 2478-2321. Leading the victors were Ashcraft with 393 and Langschwager with 383.
Anderson gained revenge with a 2473-2377 triumph. Ashcraft's 393 led the Milford totals.
All four games were in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.
The Trojans have clobbered all but one of their Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division or non-division adversaries.
The Purple and White downed Wilmington's Hurricanes 2772-2719. It was a solid team effort for GE. Nathan Franz bowled 449, Jaekob Pesnichak 416, Tyler Dieringer 406, and Nic Pesnichak 399.
Walnut Hills' Eagles were brought down by Glen Este 2581-2475. Franz hurled a 444 and Jaekob Pesnichak 438.
The Purple People digested Anderson 2595-2455. Pesnichak rolled 452 to lead the winners.
Harrison was the next victim 2908-2563. The GE pacesetter was Zac Hayes with a 469.
Harrison avenged itself upon Glen Este 2690-2597. Hayes again led his teammates with a 426.
The Barons skimmed by with a 2276-2245 win over Little Miami's Panthers. Zac Vestring's 463 was the top score reported by the winners.
The Blue and White lost to Walnut Hills' Eagles 2584-2060. Vestring's 377 paced the Clermont countians.
Turpin took Amelia 2403-2267. Vestring rolled a 343.
The Spartans won again over the Blue and White 2371-2017. A 373 by Vestring was the best score recorded by Amelia.
All three confrontations were of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division variety.