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Lady Warrior bowlers are AAC Co-Champions

Congratulations to Coach Haywood and the Lady Warriors bowlers for being AAC Co-Champs with Champion. 

Brookfield Bowling news

The Warrior bowlers, both girls and boys finished 8th of 15 teams in the sectional tournament held at Freeway Lanes on Sunday, Feb. 10.  Junior Emilee Bebech finsihed 9th overall out of 86 competitors and will advance to the district competition Sunday, Feb. 17 at Buckeye Lanes in Lorain.
Senior Shawn Hitt was 7th overall out of 88 bowlers, including a very impressive 214 in the final game, and will also advance to districts on Monday, February 18th at Buckeye Lanes.

The first annual Penn-Ohio Challenge was held Saturday, Feb. 9 in Greensburg.  The Lady Warriors finished in fourth place to make the finals round. They had to bowl against the top seeded and PA perennial powerhouse Butler in the opening round, and beat them two to zero. In the finals, the ladies lost to Greensburg-Salem 2-0, losing each game by less than 10 pins. They finished as the runners-up. Please congratulate the ladies on their excellent performance 

Bowlers win final home match

The varsity bowling squads won their final home match of the season.  The boys squad rolled their highest score of the season in the 2169 -  1369 victory over Campbell-Memorial. The boys were led by Shawn Hitt  with a 381 series to lead all bowlers. The girls held off a late Baker charge to win 1752 -1710.  Emilee Bebech rolled a 302 series to lead the way. 

Lady Warrior Bowlers are AAC Blue Tier Conference champions!

Congratulations to the Lady Warrior Bowlers who won the AAC Blue Tier Conference Tournament on Sunday, Jan. 27 at Freeway Lanes. The Ladies were led by 3 top five finishers, Kelsie Hamilton with a 336, and second place overall, Emilee Bebech with a 327, good for third place overall, and Nikole Husnick finished 5th with a 266 series.

This is the 3rd time in the last four years that the girls have won the tournament.They scored 1977 pins to edge out Champion who finished with 1959.

The boys team finished in fourth place with 2020 set. Shawn Hitt bowled a 329 series to take second place overall. Rhys Knoxville rolled a 275 series to finish in the top ten.

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