Indians claim boys and girls FAC bowling titles


By Ryan Applegate - rapplegate@timesgazette.com



The Frontier Athletic Conference boys and girls varsity Bowling Tournament was held at Highland Lanes in Hillsboro on Saturday, February 9, and resulted in the Hillsboro Indians and Lady Indians winning the championship with identical league records of 15-0.

The McClain Tigers and Lady Tigers bowling teams finished in sixth place in the FAC with records of 0-15 and 1-14 respectively.

The Lady Indians had three bowlers selected All-FAC with Selena Mingua recording a 196 and earning Bowler of the Year for the girls portion of the league.

Taylor Jordan and Halie Hughes also earned spots on the All-FAC team with scores of 173 and 170 respectively on Saturday.

On the boys’ side of the tournament the Indians also had three All-FAC performers as Christian McCon, Hunter Springer and Brendon Ormes earned their spots with scores of 222, 200 and 188 respectively.

McClain was not represented on either of the all league teams.

Below are the final FAC standings and All-FAC selections for girls and boys respectively.

Girl’s

Hillsboro 15-0 Champions

Miami Trace 12-3

Washington 9-6

Jackson 4-11

Chillicothe 2-13

McClain 1-14

All League

Hillsboro Selena Mingua 196 Bowler of the Year

Miami Trace Gabby McCord 181

Chillicothe Maddy Gilbert 176

Hillsboro Taylor Jordan 173

Hillsboro Halie Hughes 170

Washington Lindsey Buckner 168

Washington Maitlyn Cade 167

Boy’s

Hillsboro 15-0 Champions

Miami Trace 12-3

Jackson 7-8

Chillicothe 6-9

Washington 5-10

McClain 0-15

All League

Miami Trace Andrew Amore 231 Bowler of the Year

Hillsboro Christian McCon 222

Washington Austin Knisley 209

Hillsboro Hunter Springer 200

Washington Owen Mullins 199

Jackson Shawn Woodyard 194

Hillsboro Brendon Ormes 188

Information for this story was provided by FAC Commissioner Terri Tutt.

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By Ryan Applegate

rapplegate@timesgazette.com