Vote: Top boys bowler of the week, Feb. 11 (Poll Closed)

  • Matthew Oberlin, Kings – The senior averaged 205 over six games (including a 244) to help his team in a home/away sweep over league rivals Anderson, and a win over the first place and previously undefeated West Clermont team. It was West Clermont's first league loss in two years.
    7.3%
    86 votes

     
  • Ethan Rowe, Middletown – He had a 473 series, with games of 268 and 205, to help No. 1 conference team Middletown boys beat Harrison Feb. 5. He also had a 426 series (201 and 225) in a Feb. 8 win over Princeton.
    3.4%
    40 votes

     
  • Travis Boehl, Northwest – The junior currently leads the Knights and the conference in average with a 213, with series last week of 483 (264, 219) against La Salle and 479 (224, 255) in a loss to Colerain.
    2.63%
    31 votes

     
  • Jon Cummins, Simon Kenton – The top seed won a Kentucky High School Athletic Association singles championship Feb. 8 178-175 win over Austin Tungate of Taylor County in the finals. He and Newport’s Mirena Combs completed a Northern Kentucky sweep of 2019 state singles championships.
    44.57%
    525 votes

     
  • Elijah Dunigan, West Clermont – He had three series last week of 445, 477 and 425 – two of which were high series - to help the Wolves maintain their spot as first in the conference, despite a rare loss to Kings.
    30.9%
    364 votes

     
  • Dylan Buerger, Mariemont – The junior had a 238 high series in a win over Monroe Feb. 4, where he had games of 277 and 161. His 193 average is good for second in the Cincinnati Hills League.
    1.02%
    12 votes

     
  • Chase Francisco, Oak Hills – He had a 473 high series (228, 245) in the Feb. 7 win over Princeton, 2,791-2,171. He is second in the league with a 216 average.
    10.19%
    120 votes

     

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