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OHSAA District Bowling Tournament

Congratulations to Emilee Bebech for qualifying to the OHSAA District Bowling Tournament. Emilee will bowl next Monday, 2/17/20, at Nautica Lanes in Avon, Ohio. Best of luck, Emilee!

Sunday, February 9th

Boys bowling in the OHSAA Sectional at Boardman Lanes at 9:00 a.m. followed by girls bowling at 2:00 p.m.

Warriors Roll Over Crestview

The Lady Warriors were led by Senior Emilee Bebech in her final home match to victory over Crestview by a count of 1482 to 1338. Emilee led all bowlers with a 273 series.

The boys team pulled out a victory as well, 2168 to 1996. AJ Haywood bowled a 386 series and Matthew Breighner bowled a new personal best 207 game and series with a 363.

The JV squad won a tightly contested match, 1394 to 1378.  Billy McAnany rolled his career best series, a 262, and new personal high with a 137.

Bowling Victories

The Warrior Bowlers are on a roll! Monday night (1/27/20) at Sky Lanes against Southington, the Ladies pulled out a victory. They were led by Senior Emilee Bebech's first 200 of the season, a 213 and 371 series overall to lead all bowlers. Macy Devine (275 ) and Nikole Husnick (269) bowled well in the cause. The ladies won with a final score of 1682 to 1370.
 
Last evening (1/28/20) at Ten Pin in Hermitage, they kept it going and defeated Campbell by a score of 1715 to 1562. Macy Devine rolled her first EVER 200 with a 201 to help the Lady Warriors seal the deal. She led the way with a 324 set to lead all scorers. Emilee Bebech chipped in a 279 set and Alexis Cramer added 260.

The Boys beat Southington, 2290 to 1917. They were led by DJ Kiskadden with a 213-211, 424 set; and AJ Haywood with a 172-233, 405 series. Matthew Breighner also bowled well with a 33 series.

The Boys continued their recent success with a victory over Campbell last night (1/28/20), winning 2119 to 1626. DJ Kiskadden turned in another strong performance with a 179-204, 383 series. Aj Haywood rebounded from a tough first game to finish with a 343 series, good for third overall.

The JV Boys won 1567 to 1382, led by Zachary Harden with a 279 series and Cam Neely's 250.

The girls bowled a shorter match, but were still victorious with a final score of 681-637. Kaedie Roscoe paced the girls with a career best 129!

AAC Blue Tier Bowling Tournament MVP

Congratulations to DJ Kiskadden for being named the AAC Blue Tier Bowling Tournament MVP yesterday at Freeway Lanes!

Lady Warriors Beat Cardinals

The girls pulled out a victory over Bloomfield last night, 1736 to 1581. The Warriors got a 333 set from Emilee Bebech (181-152) and a new career high 171 from Aly Breighner. Nikole Husnick added a 139-119, 258 series in the victory. Great job, ladies!  

Red Devils Go Down

The Warriors bowled the Red Devils last night, 1/6/20, at 10 Pin Alley as the away team. The boys team was victorious, 1953 to 1449. They were led by Sophomore AJ Haywood's matching 200's for a 400 series to lead all bowlers. Junior Matthew Breighner also rolled well for the Warriors with a 159-178 set, good for second overall.
 
The ladies were also victorious, 1706 to 1401. They were led by Senior Emilee Bebech with a 152-185 set to lead all bowlers. Junior Macy Devine added a 112-151 for third overall. The ladies evened up their record to 5-5 overall and 1-1 in the AAC Blue Division. The JV girls pulled out a 1237-1033 victory. Junior Kaytlyn Horton (97-119) and her sister, Sophomore Rachael Horton, (127-82) led the way.  
 
Up next for the Warriors is a trip to Niles-McKinley Lanes to face off against the Liberty Leopards.

Warriors vs. Raiders

The Warrior bowlers had a solid match in their loss against the Raiders. They notched their highest score of the season and had several individual accolades as well. Senior DJ Kiskadden had a career high series, 218-213 for a 431 set to lead all bowlers. Sophomore AJ Haywod had his career high game and set 166-244 for a 410 series, good for second overall. Ultimately, the Warriors fell short, 2394 to 2189. The JV squad was victorious as well. They were led by Sophomore Domonique McCoy-Parks with a 224, one pin better than Austin Stewart's 223 and career high game of 137.
 
The Ladies bowled their second highest match of the year, an 1816. Senior Emilee Bebech led all bowlers with a 331. Junior Nikole Husnick had her best series of the season with a 133-154, a 287 set. Sophomore Alison Breighner set a career high with a 156. The JV Girls also won their match, led by Sophomore Rachael Horton's career high 252 set.

Warriors Beat Cardinals

Warrior bowlers were in action against Division I foe Canfield at Amron Lanes in Canfield.
 
The ladies were victorious by a final tally of 1665 to 1307. Emilee Bebech led all bowlers with a 300 series, Macy Devine added 275, Nikole Husnick had a 260, and in her first career start, Alison Breighner rolled a 252. 

The boys team was beaten by a count of 2437 to 1996.  DJ Kiskadden set the pace for the Warriors with two 191s for a 382 series, good for third overall. AJ Haywood rolled his season high with a 317, and Rhys Knoxville rolled a 307.

The JV squad was victorious with a final score of 1407 to 1354.  Louie Hiner returned to action and paced the Warriors with a 312 series, good for second overall. Austin Stewart rolled a 220 in his first full match.

Loss to Austintown Fitch

The Lady Warriors took their first loss of the season last night (12/3/19), falling just 48 pins short against Fitch. They were led by Emilee Bebech's matching 176's for a 352 set to lead all bowlers. Macy Devine rolled a 288 in the loss. The final score was 1682 to 1730.
 
The boys lost 1887 to 2245. They could never seem to find a groove, but did rebound to throw their best Baker series of the young season so far.
 
Next up, the Boardman Spartans come to visit 10 Pin Alley in Hermitage on Thursday, 12/5/19, at 4 p.m.

Lady Warriors Roll Over Lakeview

The Warrior Bowlers were back in action last night at 10 Pin Alley.  The Ladies improved on their last match by over 400 pins and won again by a 1946 to 1414 count. They were led by Emilee Bebech with a 332 series and Macy Devine who had her career best game, a 192 and a 331 series.  Senior Lilly Jamieson also bowled well and added a 295 series in the victory.

The boys team lost to a division I powerhouse 2453 to 2027, but more importantly, they scored about 300 pins higher than in their previous match. The boys were led by Rhys Knoxville's 322, DJ Kiskadden's 321, and Nick Bartolin's 317.

The Warriors will be at it again tonight (12/3/19) against another division I foe, Austintown Fitch at home at 10 Pin at 4:00 p.m.

Bowling Kickoff

The Warriors started their season yesterday in a new house after bowling for the last 10 years at Bellwick Bowl.  
 
The ladies were victorious 1499 to 1026 over the visiting Tigers. Emilee Bebech led the girls with a 256 series, good for second overall.  Macy Devine had a 253 series. Crystal Kowalski and Aly Breighner came off the bench to aid the cause with a 122 and 129, respectively.
 
The boys team struggled in the second regular game and fell 1746-1875, despite winning the Bakers. They were led by Matthew Breighner with a 342 series, good for second overall, and a 288 series from DJ Kiskadden.
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