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Published: Saturday, 2/21/2009

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State tournament

All games at Tam O Shanter

FIRST ROUND

Tonight

Springfield (16) vs. Bowling Green (3) , 6 p.m.

Anthony Wayne (10) vs. Findlay (5), 8 p.m.

SECOND ROUND

Wednesday, Feb. 25

St. John s (1) vs. Whitmer (12), 6 p.m.

St. Francis (4) vs. Perrysburg (6), 8 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 26

Northview (2) vs. Clay (8) , 6 p.m.

Springfield/Bowling Green winner vs. Anthony Wayne/Findlay winner, 8 p.m.

DISTRICT SEMIFINALS

Saturday, Feb. 28

Winners from Wednesday, Feb. 25 games, 6:30 p.m.

Winners from Thursday, Feb. 26 games, 8:45 p.m.

DISTRICT FINAL

Saturday, March 7

District semifinal winners, 7 p.m.

FIRST ROUND

Monday

St. John s 16, Start 0

Whitmer 3, Fremont Ross 2

Wednesday

St. Francis 4, Central Catholic 1

Perrysburg 1, Maumee 0

Thursday

Northview 10, Ottawa Hills 0

Clay 6, Southview 2

KeyBank

Traveling Classic

Eastern Freeway Lanes

Toledo Sports Center/AFS 1050-1818-1098-3329

H.O.T. Printing and Graphics 955-1034-1039-3028

Toledo Sports Center/AFS: Paul Schmich 193-234-226-653; Ron Koles Jr 190-221-192-603; Jake Monto 205-266-220-691; Chuck Reynolds Jr 237-235-225-697; Brian Close 225-225-235-685

H.O.T. Printing and Graphics: Ernie Molnar 236-215-184-635; Ed Pawlowski 203-229-189-621; Keith King 204-214-192-610; Don Genalo 169-219-235-623; Jack Smith 157-239-396; Doug Rechtine 143-143

Loma-Linda s/Ventura s 1160-1117-1042-3319

New Glass Bowl Lanes 1046-1132-1016-3194

Loma-Linda s/Ventura s: Brady Woessner 222-226-180-628; Jeff Kruzel 223-259-207-689; Joe Kominek 218-181-225-624; Jeff Kwiatkowski 223-279-213-715; J.J.Westhoven 274-172-217-663

New Glass Bowl Lanes: Brian Dick 190-252-212-654; Aaron Hawkins 195-193-176-564; Jodi Woessner 203-217-204-624; Gary Quaintance 214-241-197-654; Chris Hayward 242-229-227-698

Southwyck Lanes 1012-1052-1025-3089

Swanton Sports Center 1033-971-934-2938

Southwyck Lanes: Joe Osinski 200-194-160-554; Brandon Welever 182-217-217-616; John Szczucinski 215-205-212-632; Dan Weiss 202-200-235-637; Rich Gargas 213-236-201-650

Swanton Sports Center: Tricia Askins 219-169-128-516; Jack Frost 198-159-161-518; Craig Burghardt 210-140-195-545; Don Bates 194-245-237-676; John Putman 212-258-213-683

Puligandla Attorney 998-917-936-2851

Lido Lanes 1113-869-914-2896

Puligandla Attorney: Chad Close 225-169-190-584; Jeff Piekarzewski 204-184-182-570; Earon Vollmar 183-179-175-537; Sean Sevrence 215-166-181-562; Kevin Onweller 171-219-208-598. Lido Lanes: Ryan Sulivan 168-150-203-521; Chuck Brooker 216-196-168-580; Bill Caster 214-173-159-546; Jeff Edwards 248-189-167-604; Jason Poindexter 267-171-217-655

Standings Week 2, Third 3

Twin Oaks Lanes 83.3 %

Loma-Linda s/Ventura s 65.0

Southwyck Lanes 63.3

New Glass Bowl Lanes 61.7

Lido Lanes 51.7

Toledo Sports Center/AFS 50.8

Swanton Sports Center 38.3

Vijay Puligandla Attorney 36.7

H.O.T. Printing and Graphics 22.5

Next Week: Feb 26 Southwyck Lanes, 9:15pm Practice

300 games

Jim Benz, Miracle 257-300-238-795

Matt Kwiatkowski, Sthwyck 228-300-225-753

Renaldo Kelly, Bowlero 189-300-636

Men 750+

Bill Kowalski, Jug s 826

Jeff Wilk, Jug s 783

Doug Denno, Jug s 781

Joey Albrecht, Southwyck 780

Doug Riseborough, Southwyck 770

Steve Smith. Miracle 774

Steve Ragan, Jug s 773

Mik Shaw, Southwyck 771

Nick Murtland, Southwyck 769

Jeff Burkhardt, Timbers 767

Tim Kosakowski, Jug s 765

Zach Malden, Jug s 765

Brian Huhn, Jug s 760

Nick Pinski, Interstate 759

Brent Harbaugh, Jug s 758

Rob Kemp, Jug s 755

Mike Becker, Jug s 751

Michael Hall, Sports Center 751

Women 650+

Lashawn Staples, Bowlero 723

Tracy Autman, Sports Center 689

Stephanie Snyder, Sports Center 686

Deanna Smith, Bowlero 685

Brooke Summers, Bowlero 651

The BOWLING GREEN YOUTH HOCKEY organization is offering a 3 on 3 spring league beginning March 8. The league includes six, one-hour ice times which will be held on Saturdays at the BGSU ice arena. It is open to kids ages 4-14. Cost is $60 and includes a jersey. Deadline to register is Feb. 28. For details, go to www.bgyouthhockey.org

DELTA YOUTH BASKETBALL: Delta has openings for three sixth grade teams for a basketball tourenament March 7 and 8. Fee $125. Three-game guarantee. Information: Bill Vaughan 419-822-5412.

YOUTH BASKETBALL: The Toledo Panthers Athletic Club will have a third-fourth grade basketball camp and league starting March 17 from 4:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fee: $60 per player for four camp sessions and four league games. Open tryouts for the 2009 Travel team begin March 10, 6 p.m.-7:15 p.m. A fifth-sixth grade league will begin in April. Information:419-932-0001.

Toledo 000 000 001 - 1 6 1

W. Kentucky 100 010 10x - 3 7 0

WP- Riding; LP- Cullop; Batting leaders (T) Krepcheck double, 2-4; Hoying. HR. (WK) Hightower, triple, 2-3.

District

At BGSU

Division I

GIRLS

Top 10 team scores: Notre Dame 379, Findlay 288, Fremont Ross 237, Perrysburg 209, St. Ursula 197, Bowling Green 191, Sandusky 158, Northview 125, Ashland 114, Anthony Wayne 102.

Individual event winners: 1-meter dive-Erika Walsh (St. Ursula) 385.95; 200 medley relay-Notre Dame (Annie MacKay, Kayla Lehman, Rachael Dzierzak, Ellen Dzierzak) 1:48.76; 200 free-Jamie Akenberger (Bowling Green) 1:53.88; 200 IM-Rachael Dzierzak (ND) 2:06.09; 50 free-Leslee Winfield (Southview) 24.24; 100 butterfly-Taylor Waggoner (Fremont Ross) 59.13; 100 free-Leslee Winfield (South) 52.47; 500 free-Laura Guinness (Northview) 5:09.53; 200 free relay-Fremont Ross (Gabel Courtney, Sammi Miller, Christy Meggitt, Taylor Waggoner) 1:41.12; 100 backstroke-Jamie Akenberger (BG) 59.23; 100 breaststroke-Rachel Dzierzak (ND) 1:04.36; 400 free relay-Notre Dame (Ali Sellick, Annie MacKay, Ellen Dzierzak, Rachael Dzierzak) 3:35.96.

BOYS

Top 10 team scores: St. Francis 558.33, St. John s 475.5, Fremont Ross 213.5, Sandusky 203, Bowling Green 133, Northview 132.33, Ashland 131.33, Mansfield Senior 96, Findlay 91, Anthony Wayne 61.

Individual event winners: 1-meter dive-Alex Jessop (SF) 429.55; 200 medley relay-St. Francis (Rowan Williams, DJ MacDonald, Roman Willets, Dan DiSalle) 1:35.94; 200 free-Roman Willets (SF) 1:39.37; 200 IM-Lorin Pierson (BG) 1:55.69; 50 free-Gus Everson (Sandusky)0 21.36; 100 butterfly-Lorin Pierson (BG) 51.41; 100 free-Roman Willets (SF) 44.91; 500 free-Rowan Williams (SF) 4:43.17; 200 relay-St. Francis (Dan DiSalle, Joe Katich, Dan Miller, Roman Willets) 1:26.92; 100 backstroke-Rowan Williams (SF) 52.79; 100 breaststroke-Jonathan Shaffer (Findlay) 59.66; 400 free relay-St. Francis (Dan Miller, Rowan Williams, Michael DiSalle, Joe Katich) 3:12.39.

Note: Top individual and relay team in each event advance to state meet.



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