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Articles About bowling
While spring sports competition kicks off this week and next, a number of Yellow Springs High School winter sports athletes were honored with a variety of awards at the conclusion of the winter season.
The first Yellow Springs High School bowler to advance to the state tournament finals finished in the top quarter of the field in the Division II competition Friday, March 4, in Columbus.
Senior Max Sturgeon bowled a 686 in three games (256, 249, 181), giving him a sixth place among the 162 participating players and qualifying him for the state tournament Friday, March 4.
The Yellow Springs High School boys bowling team emerged from the sectional tournament meet on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team finished regular season play last week at the top of the Metro Buckeye Conference in a tie with Dayton Christian. Both teams ended the season 10–2 in conference play, according to Yellow Springs Athletic Director Jeff Eyrich.
The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity team added another win to its record Tuesday, Feb. 1, after a conference game against Emmanuel Christian.
The Yellow Springs High School boys bowling squad secured a decisive win against Legacy Christian Academy in a match on Monday, Jan. 31, toppling 2,137 pins to Legacy’s 1,417.
The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team saw the end to their 10-game winning streak with a pair of heartbreaking losses against conference rivals last week, according to the Metro Buckeye Conference, or MBC, website.
The Yellow Springs High School varsity boys basketball team is burning up the court, winning their last six outings. The team’s current record is 6–1 for the season and 3–0 in conference play.
The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team won its first home game of the season on Tuesday, Nov. 30, against Clark County’s Southeastern High School, a Metro Buckeye Conference, or MBC, rival.