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Lady Warriors Beat Bloomfield

The girls' bowling team defeated Bloomfield on 1/11/21, 1322 to 1278. Alison Breighner had a 282 series and Kara Svarny had a 231 series for the Lady Warriors. 

Boys Beat the Wildcats

The boys bowling team beat Southington yesterday, 1/6/22, with a final score of 2360-1926. AJ Haywood had a 399 set, Zach Harden had a 389 set, and Cameron Neely had a 372 set for the Warriors. Way to go!

Wins Against Lowelville Rockets

The Warrior bowlers picked up their first victories of 2022 yesterday (1/5/22) against the Lowellville Rockets at Holiday Lanes. 

The boys were led by career highs from Cameron Neely and Billy MacAnany with 390 (210-180) and a 289 (143-146), respectively. AJ Haywood was second overall with a 339 series (134-205). The boys were victorious 2084 to 1423.

The ladies were led by senior Alison Breighner with a 273 (135-138) to lead all bowlers, and Rachael Horton came off the bench to add a 125 in the Lady Warriors 1417 to 1066 win.

Brookfield vs. Crestview

The Warriors bowled at home last night, 12/15/21, against Crestview. The visiting Rebels defeated the boys, 1947 to 1771.The boys were led by Cameron Neely with a 332 (172-160).

The girls, though they improved over their last match, still fell a little short with a final score of 1615 to 1449. They were led by senior Rachael Horton, who rolled a career match best of 271 (145-126).


Double Losses

The Warrior bowlers were defeated 2399 to 2009 at Garfield yesterday (12/13/21). AJ Haywood rolled a 391 (191-200) and Junior Cameron Neely bowled a 343 (180-163) in support. Fellow junior, Big Billy McAnany, rolled a career match high game of 162.

The Ladies bowled their highest score of the season, but fell to the Lady Gmen, 2065-1411. Senior Alison Breighner set a career high set of 326 (176-150). Fellow senior Rachael Horton rolled a 265 (123-142) in support.

Lady Warriors Spared Win Against Bloomfield

The Lady Warrior bowlers pulled out a nailbiter yesterday, December 9th, at 10 Pin Alley, with a score of 1353 to 1347 over the visiting ladies from Bloomfield. The match came down to the tenth frame and the final bowler from Brookfield needing a mark and 2 pins to secure the victory. Alison Breighner was up to the challenge, even after leaving a ten pin that had no business still standing. She pushed it into the gutter on the second shot to pick up a much needed spare, and then threw 8 on her third ball to provide the winning shot. Coincidentally, the margin of victory was exactly 1/10 of the number of gray hairs the ladies gave their coach on this night.

Ali Breighner led the way for the Lady Warriors with a 275 (148-127) series to lead all scorers. Kara Svarny and Kaedie Roscoe made some big shots in the final Baker game to secure the victory.

Boys Spear the Red Devils

The boys bowled at home last night (12/8/21) against the Campbell Red Devils and were victorious, 1774 to 1359. They were led by Junior Cameron Neely with a 346 (160-186).  

Brookfield vs. Champion

The Warrior bowlers traveled to Champion Lanes yesterday, 12/6/21, to take on the Flashes. The ladies were defeated by the Lady Flashes 2037 to 1332. Alison Breighner led the ladies with a 263 set (142-121).

The boys were victorious, led by AJ Haywood and Cameron Neely with nearly identical 312 sets. Haywood had a 153-159, while Neely had a 154-158. The boys outscored Champion 1865 to 1614.

Win Against McDonald

The Warrior boys were in action yesterday evening, 12/1/21, at Holiday Lanes in Struthers against the McDonald Blue Devils.They bowled a 2122 series to beat McDonald's 2061. They were led by Senior AJ Haywood's 448 (227-221) and Junior Cameron Neely's 352 (172-180). Sophomore Ryan Atkinson started for the first time ever in a varsity match and notched a career high set of 246 (132-114). 

Season Opener

The Warrior bowlers kicked off their season last night, 11/22/21, at 10 Pin Alley. The boys were led by AJ Haywood with a 369 (200-169) to lead all bowlers, and Domonique McCoy-Parks with a 298 (183-115). They defeated the Rockets, 1957 - 1516.

The Ladies were missing two starters and came up a little short, falling 1119-1058. Senior Alison Breighner bowled well for the ladies, leading all bowlers with a 295 (152 - 143).
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