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Berea-Midpark’s Hall Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for January 30 – February 5 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Paige Hall
Berea-Midpark
Sophomore

Hall averaged 144 over three matches and the NSBC Tournament last week. She had a 268 series (157 – 111) against Elyria, a 319 series (175 – 144) against Olmsted Falls and a 270 series (129 – 141) against Firelands before rolling a 443 three-game series (161 – 127 – 155) at the NSBC Tournament.

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SWC Bowling Championship set for Spevock’s Nautical Lanes on February 12

Southwestern Conference Boys and Girls Bowling teams will spend the morning of Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 12) fighting for supremacy on Spevock’s Nautical Lanes. The 2023 SWC Tournament will begin at 9 a.m.

Doors will open for spectators at 8:30 a.m. General Admission for the day is $7. All tickets will be digital through HomeTown Ticketing. No cash sales but credit cards will accepted at the door. Purchase early here: https://midview.hometownticketing.com/embed/event/435?es=phhfbtusknu2q70b0kpugeenlj&single=0

Teams will bowl 3 Traditional Games and 6 Baker Games at the SWC Tournament. The combined score will account for 40% of the overall SWC Championship. The head-to-head regular season, which finished on February 1, makes up the other 60% of the calculation.

Amherst Steele High School Girls Bowling will attempt to win it third straight league title in 2022-23. The Comets went 7-0 during the regular season’s head-to-head match-ups. North Ridgeville High School finished second at 6-1. In order for the Rangers to steal the championship they would have to finish two positions higher than the Comets at the year-end tournament. All other teams would need a bigger margin of victory.

On the boys side, Avon Lake High School is the defending champions but Amherst won the 2022-23 regular season with a 6-1 record. Berea-Midpark sits in second place at 5-2. Again, the Titans would have to end Sunday’s event two places above the Comets in order to win the overall championship. The Shoremen tied with Avon High School and Olmsted Falls High School at 4-3 and all will need a bit of luck to climb the ladder.

Current Standings

SWC Boys Bowling
School – Points
Amherst Steele – 27
Berea-Midpark – 24
Avon – 18
Avon Lake – 18
Olmsted Falls – 18
North Ridgeville – 12
Midview – 9
Elyria – 6

SWC Girls Bowling
School – Points
Amherst Steele – 27
North Ridgeville – 24
Avon Lake – 21
Berea-Midpark – 18
Avon – 15
Midview – 12
Elyria – 9
Olmsted Falls – 6

 

 

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Amherst Steele’s Taylor Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for January 23-29 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Allison Taylor
Amherst Steele
Junior

Taylor bowled games of 257 and 203 (460 series) to help the Comets defeat Berea-Midpark on Monday.

Other Notable Performances

Jayda Kloeppel (Junior), Avon
Rolled games of 165 and 170 (335 series) against Elyria Catholic on Monday.

Marissa Jones (Senior), Berea-Midpark
Bowled 175 and 211 (396 series) against Amherst on Monday.

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Avon’s Falish Repeats as SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for January 16-22 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Kilee Falish
Avon
Senior
Falish rolled a 357 series (211 and 146) against Columbia on Monday. She then bowled games of 253 and 265 (518 series) versus Firelands on Wednesday. The 518 series ranks as the best in the North Shore Bowling Conference this season.

Other Notable Performances

Sabrina Stawicki (Junior), Amherst
Bowled a 439 series (244-195) in a win over Lutheran West on Monday.

Josie Cehelnik (Senior), North Ridgeville
Rolled games of 181 and 141 (322 series) and helped her team with strong baker games against Clearview on Monday.

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Avon’s Falish Named SWC Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for January 9-15 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Kilee Falish
Avon
Senior
Falish bowled games of 208 and 203 (411) against Open Door and Lakewood on Saturday. She continued that momentum into Sunday’s Bruin Classic Tournament by securing a fourth place finish and a spot on the All-Tournament Team.

Other Notable Performances

Allison Taylor (Junior), Amherst Steele
Bowled games of 203 and 225(428 series) and then 162 and 183 (345 series)

Jessica Serafino (Sophomore), North Ridgeville
Rolled her season-high game of 184 and then on her second game rolled an even higher game of 194 and for a season-high series of 378

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Amherst’s Stawicki Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for January 2-8 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Sabrina Stawicki
Amherst
Junior
Stawicki bowled 223-234 (457 series) in a tri-match against Fairview and Lakewood on Saturday. She then rolled a 248-235-228 (711 series) at the Royalton Roll Off on Sunday.

Other Notable Performances

Kamryn Danielson (Junior), Avon
Bowled games of 155 and 150 (305 series) against Lorain on Monday, which was 73 pins over average (116) and locked in her new high game.

Mayson Boolish (Freshmen), Avon Lake
Rolled a 320 series with a high game of 178. She was 106 pins over her average.

Kiersten Wozniak (Junior), North Ridgeville
Rolled a season-high game of 276 as well as a season-high series of 426 this past week.

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North Ridgeville’s Jacovetti Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for December 19 – January 1 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Alissa Jacovetti
North Ridgeville
Senior
Jacovetti rolled a personal best 251 and followed it up with a 209 for a personal best series of 460 against Avon.

Other Notable Performances

Sabrina Stawicki (Junior), Amherst
Bowled 204-232-224 (660 series) at the Demon Classic on Sunday. She then bowled 229-202 (431 series) on Monday.

Paige Hall (Sophomore), Berea-Midpark
Bowled games of 167 and 136 (303 series) on Monday and a personal-best game of 203 and 116 (319 series) on Wednesday.

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Amherst’s Taylor Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for December 12-18 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Allison Taylor
Amherst
Jun
ior
Taylor rolled a 469 series (244 game) on Monday and then a 483 series (268 game) on Wednesday. For the week, she averaged a 238.

Other Notable Performances

Kilee Falish (Senior), Avon
Falish bowled games of 216 and 163 on Monday then games of 188 and 233 on Wednesday.

Emma Brown (Sophomore), Avon Lake
Brown rolled 41 pins over average with a high game of 180 last week.

Marissa Jones (Senior), Berea-Midpark
Jones bowled games of 195 and 212 for a 407 series against Buckeye. She rolled games of 213 and 219 for a 432 series in the win against Fairview. She averaged 210 for the week.

Jessica Serafino (Sophomore), North Ridgeville
Serafino made the jump to varsity last week and rolled a personal-best 168 game and 310 series on Monday.

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Avon’s Falish Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for December 5-11 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Kilee Falish
Avon
Senior
Falish finished third at the Eagle Challenge after posting a 622 three-game series (game-high 223).

Other Notable Performances

Sabrina Stawicki (Junior), Amherst
Bowled a 350 series (201 game) on Monday and 428 series (226 game) on Wednesday in league play.

Marissa Jones (Senior), Berea-Midpark
Bowled a 378 series (202 game) against Open Door and then took sixth at the Eagle Challenge with a 584 series (213 game).

Josie Cehelnik (Senior), North Ridgeville
Bowled a 504 series (202 game) to take 15th at the Eagle Challenge.

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Amherst Steele’s Taylor Named SWC Girls Bowler of the Week

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The Southwestern Conference released its Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week for November 21-December 4 this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Girls Bowling Athlete of the Week
Allison Taylor
Amherst Steele
Junior
Taylor has an early-season average of 217 through three matches. She has a game-high 258 and series-best 462 in 2022-23.

Other Notable Performances:

Alissa Jacovetti (Senior), North Ridgeville
Jacovetti rolled a 372 series (201/171) in the first match of the season.

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