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2021-22 Bowling All-Southwestern Conference Honors

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The Southwestern Conference announced the 2021-22 bowling individual award winners and All-Southwestern Conference teams, as selected by the conference coaches. Amherst Steele’s Makayla Velasquez and Avon’s Brenton Dill were named the Most Valuable Bowlers.  David Dull and Steve Taylor of Amherst Steele and Robin McQuaid of Avon were named this year’s Coaches of the Year.

2021-22 Girls Bowling All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Bowler
Makayla Velasquez – Amherst Steele

Coaches of the Year
David Dull – Amherst Steele
Robin McQuaid – Avon

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
Allison Taylor – Amherst Steele
Makayla Velasquez – Amherst Steele
Kilee Falisch – Avon
Andrea Guzowski – Berea-Midpark
Delaney Condosta – Olmsted Falls

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
Hannah Aschenbach – Amherst Steele
Sabrina Stawicki – Amherst Steele
Grace Gallagher – Avon Lake
Audrey Share – Avon Lake
Raychel Buettner – Midview

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Amherst Steele
Amanda McElheny, Melissa Nunez

Avon
Anika Pundir

Avon Lake
Olivia Persico, Abbey Schuerger

Berea-Midpark
Paige Hall

Midview
Ivy Hopkins, Aubree Marchant

North Ridgeville
Josie Cehelnik, AJ Kinter

Olmsted Falls
Mallory Carroll, Olivia Rousek


2021-22 Boys Bowling All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Bowler
Brenton Dill – Avon

Coach of the Year
Steve Taylor – Amherst Steele

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
JP Gregory – Amherst Steele
Brenton Dill – Avon
Evan Molloy – Avon Lake
Collin Ellis – Berea-Midpark
Alex Fedyszyn – Midview

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
Aiden Reding – Avon
Jacek Gomez – Avon Lake
Zach Huffman – Midview
Josh Beitel – North Ridgeville
Ben Scheeff – Olmsted Falls

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Amherst Steele
Logan Stewart, Zachary Zakrijsek

Avon
Jack Tippy, Leo Walters

Avon Lake
Cam Thorpe, JJ Toth

Berea-Midpark
Austin Soukup, Brendan Tinay

Elyria
Aiden Bedock

Midview
Luke Baron, Spencer Fifie

North Ridgeville
Ethan Greenly, Kyle Kamenec

Olmsted Falls
Steven Demchak, Brandon Poore

 

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Avon and Midview Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

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Following matches on February 7th – February 13th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Raychel Buettner (Sr)
Midview
In the Middies match against Avon this past week, Buettner rolled a 378 series (192/186).

Other Notable Performances

Alissa Jacovetti (Jr), North Ridgeville
Jacovetti rolled a personal best 289 series this past week.  The junior finished 53 pins over average on the day.

Male Bowler of the Week
Brenton Dill (Jr)
Avon
Dill scored the high series at the Southwestern Conference Tournament, bowling a 728.  The junior had games of 227, 258 and 243.

Other Notable Performances

Micah Mercado (Fr), Amherst Steele
The Comets freshman bowled his highest game of the season when he rolled a 459 series with games of 191 and 268.

Cam Thorpe (So), Avon Lake
Thorpe rolled a 682 series at the SWC Tournament with a high game of 238.

 

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Avon Lake Wins 2022 SWC Boys Bowling Championship

2022 Avon Lake Boys Bowling

2022 Avon Lake Boys Bowling

Avon Lake High School rallied behind a strong series of baker games to capture first place at the 2022 Southwestern Conference Bowling Tournament Sunday (February 13) at Spevock’s Nautical Lanes. The Shoremen, who compiled 4,165 pins, also secured the 2022 overall SWC Championship. [2022 SWC Boys Bowling Tournament Results (PDF)]

Overall standings were determined by the records against each other during the North Shore Bowling Conference schedule (60%) as well as placement at the SWC Tournament (40%). Avon Lake went 6-1 against the other SWC schools during the regular season. The SWC Tournament featured three regular games and six baker games. There are a few more matches to play before the overall SWC standings can be finalized.

Avon Lake trailed Olmsted Falls High School by 12 pins after the three regular games. However, the Shoremen came out strong after the lunch break to quickly take the lead after the first baker game and held off the Bulldogs (4,119) the rest of the way to win the tournament.

Berea-Midpark High School (4,056) and Avon High School (4,001) finished third and fourth, while Amherst Steele High School (3,821), Midview High School (3,646), North Ridgeville High School (3,432) and Elyria High School (3,062) rounded out the Tournament standings.

Avon’s Brenton Dill captured individual medalist honors with a 728 series. Steve Demchak (Olmsted Falls) took runner-up with a 691 series, while Mason Gardner (Berea-Midpark) finished third with a 686 series. Joey Scanio (Berea-Midpark) rolled a 279 in game two, which was the best of the day.

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Avon and Berea-Midpark Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

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Following matches on January 31st – February 6th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Kilee Falish (Jr)
Avon
Falish rocked the North Shore Conference Finals Sunday at Rebmans where she took first place, leading the entire field with her 619 series.  Earlier in the week she rolled a 423 series (197/226) in Avon’s win over Wellington.

Other Notable Performances

Makayla Velasquez (Sr), Amherst-Steele
The Comet senior rolled a 400 series (197/203) in Amherst Steele’s victory over Clearview. She finished third overall at the NSBC Tournament over the weekend with her 590 series (193/212/185)

Male Bowler of the Week
Joey Scanio (Sr)
Berea-Midpark
Scanio was the top Division I bowler at the NSBC Tournament Sunday.  He rolled games of 247, 236, and 179 for a 662 series, leading the Titans to a first place finish.

Other Notable Performances

Aiden Bedock (So), Elyria
Elyria’s Bedock bowled a 488 series (256/232) in a match against North Ridgeville. Over the weekend he finished 11th out of 73 bowlers at the NSBC Tournament with his 598 series (192/214/192).

 

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Amherst Earns Bowler of the Week Honors

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Following matches on January 24th – January 30th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Allison Taylor (So)
Amherst Steele
Taylor had a strong three matches this week, highlighted by her 452 series (216/236) at Brookgate Lanes in Amherst Steele’s win over Berea-Midpark.  She followed it up with a 446 series (226/220) against Brookside at Rebman Lanes.  Earlier in the week she rolled a 354 series (160/194) at Rebmans against Elyria Catholic.

Other Notable Performances

Andrea Guzowski (Sr), Berea-Midpark
Guzowski rolled a 459 series (276/183) in a tough loss at Brookgate Lanes to Amherst Steele.  The senior also rolled a 357 series (157/200) on the week in a win over Clearview.

Male Bowler of the Week
Zack Zakrajsek (Sr)
Amherst Steele
Zakrajsek bowled a 558 series (279/279) to set a new Amherst Steele school record and the third highest series in conference history.

Other Notable Performances

Brenton Dill (Jr), Avon
Avon’s Brenton Dill rolled 405 series (201/204) and a 443 series (235/208) this week in wins against North Olmsted and Firelands.

Austin Soukup (So), Berea-Midpark
Berea-Midpark’s sophomore rolled a 461 series (247/214) against Amherst and a 414 series (209/195) against Clearview.

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Berea-Midpark and Midview Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

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Following matches on January 17th – January 23rd the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Andrea Guzowski (Sr)
Berea-Midpark
The senior rolled a 363 series this week in Berea-Midpark’s contest with Open Door Christian Schools.  Guzowski had games of 184 and 179 in the match.

Other Notable Performances

Amanda McElheny (So), Amherst Steele
McElheny bowled a 308 series (183/125) against Elyria Catholic.  The game of 183 was her best of the season as McElheny finished 44 pins over her average.

Aubree Marchant (Fr), Midview
In Midview’s match with North Ridgeville, Marchant bowled a 323 series (174/149) to finish 57 pins above her average.

Male Bowler of the Week
Zach Huffman (Sr)
Midview
Huffman rolled a 424 series last week in Midview’s win over North Ridgeville.  The senior had a game of 183 and finished with a 241 in the match.

Other Notable Performances

Dominic Sprungl (Fr), North Ridgeville
Sprungl has a 163 average on the season and led the Rangers Wednesday with a 402 series (213/189).

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Amherst Steele and Midview Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

SWC

Following matches on January 10th – January 16th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Hannah Aschenbach (Jr)
Amherst Steele
The Lady Comets continue to impress on the lanes this winter.  Hannah Aschenbach bowled a 408 series (172/236) on Monday and a 441 series (225/216) on Wednesday which put her 77 pins over her average for the week.

Other Notable Performances

Allison Taylor (So), Amherst Steele
Taylor rolled an impressive 515 series against North Olmsted at Nautical Lanes last week, with games of 237 and 278

Lola King (So), North Ridgeville
First year JV bowler, Lola King continues to lead her team with a 253 series on Monday and a 229 series on Wednesday.  The sophomore remains focused to become a better bowler every time she steps on the lanes and has helped the JV Rangers to remain undefeated this season.

Male Bowler of the Week
Alex Fedyszyn (So)
Midview
Notable mention last week and conference honors this week.  Alex Fedyszyn’s strong sophomore season continued with a 477 series (233/244) in Midview’s win over Black River, where he rolled 61 pins over average.

Other Notable Performances

Brenton Dill (Jr), Avon
Dill rolled a 430 series against North Ridgeville and a 438 series against Luthern West last week to guide Avon to an 11-1 record.

Sean Gallagher (Fr), Avon Lake
Gallagher rolled 84 pins over his average this past week with a high game of 234.

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Amherst Steele and North Ridgeville Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

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Following matches on January 3rd – January 9th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Makayla Velasquez (Sr)
Amherst Steele
Velasquez rolled a 473 series (264/209) at Buckeye Lanes last week against Avon to help the Comets stay undefeated.  The senior was 53 pins above her average.

Other Notable Performances

Marissa Jones (Jr), Berea-Midpark
Berea-Midpark’s first year bowler rolled a 566 series at the Padua Bruins Classic, helping the Titans to a first place finish and placing third on the All-Tournament Team.

Male Bowler of the Week
Josh Beitel (Sr)
North Ridgeville
The Ranger senior rolled a 504 series last Monday against Black River, posting games of 245 and 259 for North Ridgeville.

Other Notable Performances

Alex Fedyszyn (So), Midview
In a match where Fedyszyn rolled 79 pins above his average, the sophomore helped Midview defeat Keystone with his 491 series (244/247)

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Amherst Steele and Avon Earn Bowler of the Week Honors

SWC

Following matches on December 13th – December 20th the boys and girls bowlers of the week for the Southwestern Conference were announced this afternoon. Below are this week’s honorees:

Female Bowler of the Week
Allison Taylor (So)
Amherst Steele
Back to back Bowler of the Week accolades for the sophomore Comet, who had a tremendous week to keep the Comets undefeated this season.  Taylor rolled a 499 series (256/243) at Rebman Lanes against Buckeye early in the week and posted a 361 series (201/160) at Park Lanes against Avon Lake.  In the first annual Comet Christmas Tournament at Rebman Lanes, the sophomore rolled a 631 series (178/198/255) to finish second overall.

Other Notable Performances

Julie Roztas (Jr), Elyria
Reaching a person high this season with a score of 206, Roztas had six strikes in a row for the Pioneers.  The junior brings an incredible attitude to the lanes each and every day and cheers on teammates and opponents.

Raychel Buettner (Sr), Midview
Buettner rolled a 465 series (225/240) which was 133 pints over her average in Midview’s victory over Lutheran West.

Male Bowler of the Week
Brenton Dill (Jr)
Avon
The Eagles remain unbeaten thanks to Dill’s solid performance on the lanes last week.  The junior rolled series of 431 (216/215) and 462 (249/213) to pace Avon.

Other Notable Performances

CJ Coleman Jr (Fr), Elyria
Freshman CJ Coleman Jr bowled a 418 series (222/196) against Brookside, which was 136 pins over his average on the season.

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Avon Lake wins SWC Boys Bowling Preview

SWC Boys Bowling

Avon Lake High School used a game-best 932 opener and followed up with a 900 in game two to build a comfortable lead at the 2021-22 Southwestern Conference Boys Bowling Preview Sunday (December 12) at Roll House in North Olmsted. The Shoremen then withstood an Avon High School rally during the Baker games to finish ahead of their rivals with a 4026 pin total.

The SWC Preview was part of the larger 11th annual North Olmsted Eagle Challenge, which featured 24 schools rolling three traditional games and eight Baker games. Avon took runner-up with 3925 pins. Olmsted Falls High School placed third with 3810 pins, while Amherst Steele High School was fourth with 3689 pins and North Ridgeville High School took fifth with 3364 pins. Midview High School finished sixth with 3327 pins, while Elyria High School was seventh with 3327 pins.

Berea-Midpark High School did not participate in the event due to Covid-19 protocols. What impact that has on the overall championship will be decided at a later date. The SWC Championship is slated to take place at Nautical Lanes in Avon Lake on Sunday (February 13) at 9 a.m.

Ben Scheef (Olmsted Falls) finished as the league’s top individual bowler at the event. He rolled a Preview-best 246 game one and then a 203 and 210 for a 659 series. Finishing runner-up at the SWC Preview was Phillip Hock (Avon Lake) with a 625 series. Alex Fedyszyn (Midview – 556), Aiden Bedock (Elyria – 543) and Jacek Gomez (Avon Lake – 542) rounded out the top 5 performers at the event.

Boys Standings Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Bakers Total
Avon Lake HS 932 900 828 1367 4027
Avon HS 821 799 843 1462 3925
Olmsted Falls HS 842 864 878 1226 3810
Amherst Steele HS 781 837 760 1311 3689
North Ridgeville HS 753 761 733 1117 3364
Midview HS 662 685 750 1230 3327
Elyria HS 664 715 804 1137 3320
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