Boys Varsity Bowling, Girls Varsity Bowling · Girls and Boys Bowling Season Recap


Girls and Boys Bowling

The varsity girls bowling team of the ‘19-’20 season consisted of eight girls, seniors Tori Taylor, Raymie Shields and Grace Parsons, junior Sidney Brisson and sophomores Haven Yothers, Eve Wicks, Lauren Berend and Lauryn Deck. 

The girls started out their season with a loss against Westerville Central (2,098-1,514) followed by a loss against Delaware Hayes (1,831-1,606), making the girls start to lose their faith for the season. The girls decided they didn’t want to let that happen so they then won their next six matches in a row against Grandview Heights (1,524-1,556), Olentangy Berlin (1,613-1,655), Big Walnut (1,521-1,873), Westerville South (1,767-1,912), Marysville (1,379-1,510) and Olentangy Liberty (946-1,631). They then lost against Olentangy (2,114-1,656) and then had a win against New Albany (1,664-1,847) followed by two more losses against Lexington (1,857-1,779) and Teays Valley (1,758-1,242). The Pioneers last match of the season was a quad match where all of the Olentangy High Schools played against each other. For the girls, Olentangy got first place with 2,220, followed by Orange with 1,830, then Berlin with 1,429 and finally Liberty with 607. The girls finished their season 9-6.

The girls then started their post season at sectionals in which 48 teams competed and they had to finish in the top 16 to advance to districts. After five people bowled three individual games and six baker games took place they had a total of 2,789 and placed 15th. At districts, 16 teams competed and they had to be in the top three to advance to states. The same format was bowled as sectionals where five people bowled three individual games followed by six bakers where the pioneers had a total of 2,525 placing 15th and ending their season. 

 

Girls Awards

Pioneer Award – Grace Parsons

Rookie of the Year – Lauren Berend

High Two Game Series – Eve Wicks

Most Improved – Eve Wicks

MVP – Raymie Shields

High Game of 259 – Raymie Shields

1st Team OCC – Raymie Shields

High Average of 168.3 – Raymie Shields

 

The boys varsity bowling team of the ‘19-’20 season consisted of eight boys, seniors Jake Norz, Brandon Webb and Tanner Davidson, juniors Seth Yu and Mark Turner, and sophomores Jake Burre, Nick Kicas and Jaydon Goldenburg.

The boys started off their season with a loss to Westerville Central (2,247-1,920). The boys then proceeded to have ten straight wins after that against Westerville North (1,503-2,212), Grandview Heights (1,808-2,165), Delaware Hayes (1,956-2,164), Olentangy Berlin (1,742-2,107), Big Walnut (2,140-2,188), Westerville South (1,863-2,310), Marysville (2,106-2,125), Olentangy Liberty (2,055-2,132), Olentangy (2,047-2,178) and New Albany (2,053-2,251). The boys then suffered two losses against Lexington (2,276-2,261) and Teays Valley (2,356-2,219). The Pioneers last match of the season was a quad match where all of the Olentangy High Schools played against each other. For the boys, Liberty got first place with 2,407, followed by Orange with 2,319, then Olentangy with 2,182 and finally Berlin with 2,083. The girls finished their season 12-4 overall and tied for first place in the conference to Westerville Central with a record of 10-1.

The boys then started their post season at sectionals where after three individual games and six bakers they had a total of 3,751 where they got third place and advanced to districts. At districts, 16 teams competed and they had to be in the top three to advance to states. The same format was bowled at districts where the boys placed 13th with 3,244 and ending their season.

 

Boys Awards

Tied for 1st Place in the OCC Division

Most Improved – Jaydon Goldenburg

Pioneer Award – Jaydon Goldenburg

High 3 Game Series of 620 – Tanner Davidson

Rookie of the Year – Nick Kicas

High Game of 267 – Nick Kicas and Jake Norz

High 2 Game Series of 450 – Nick Kicas

Pioneer Award – Jake Norz

High Average of 193 – Mark Turner

MVP – Mark Turner

Most Improved – Mark Turner.