Hillsboro boys, girls claim FAC bowling titles


CHILLICOTHE — The Frontier Athletic Conference bowling championship for boys and girls was held on Tuesday evening at Shawnee Lanes in Chillicothe.

The boys FAC championship was won by Hillsboro. Coming into Tuesday’s event, Hillsboro was 10-0 in conference play. The Indians went 3-2 on the evening to end with a final record of 13-2 in league play.

Rounding out the league on the boys’ side was Miami Trace 11-4, Washington 10-5, Chillicothe in fourth with an 8-7 record, Jackson in fifth with a 3-12 record, and McClain in sixth at 0-15 in league play.

The girls FAC championship was won by Hillsboro. The Lady Indians were also the high scoring team on Tuesday, ending their regular season with a perfect 15-0 record in league play.

Chillicothe finished in second place in the FAC with a 12-3 record, followed by Miami Trace in third place at 8-7, Jackson in fourth at 5-10, Washington in fifth at 4-11, and McClain in sixth at 1-14.

Named to the All-FAC girls bowling team were Tessa Wells from Jackson, Olivia Doyle from Washington, Bell Perkins and Brianna Callahan from Hillsboro, Araya Lindsey and Julie Lemaster from Chillicothe, and Onesti Evans from Miami Trace, who was the FAC girls bowler of the year.

Named to the All-FAC boys bowling team were Mason Mullins from Washington; Shaun Rodgers, Andrew Tomko and Zachary Ison of Hillsboro; Nathan Woodbridge and Jacob Lemaster from Chillicothe; and Jake Manbevers from Miami Trace, who was the FAC boys bowler of the year.

Tyler Flora is a reporter for the Record-Herald in Washington C.H.

No posts to display