Girls Varsity Bowling · Girls’ Bowling Qualifies for State Championship Tournament


The Troy varsity girls’ bowling team repeated the boys’ bowling team feat from yesterday, tenaciously hanging on to the 5th and final spot for a trip to OHSAA State Championships.  The girls hung in the 4th and 5th place spot all day, heading into Baker play with just a 3 pin margin over Beavercreek at the cut line. Needing a 176 to advance, the Troy girls put together a 195 game on a lane they had struggled on earlier in the day.  The Lady Trojans made the cut despite losing lead off bowler Alyssa Shilt after the first game to a sudden & severe illness, but Alyssa’s freshman sister Morgan stepped in to fill the gap.  The girls will compete at the OHSAA Division I State Championship Tournament on Friday, March 8 at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.  This is the girls eleventh trip to the State Championships.

TEAM RESULTS:

First game 900, 5th place tie at cut line

Second game 946, 4th place 76 pins above cut

Third game 854, 5th place 3 pins above cut

Baker 1,119 for 6 games, finished 5th by 20 pins

Troy 900-946-854-256-144-197-141-186-195 – 3,813

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:

Alyssa Shilt 159

Kylie Schiml 189-195-160 (544)

Stephanie Crider 136-192-164 (492)

Kayleigh McMullen 195-235-205 (635)

Cassidy McMullen 221-179-184 (584)

Morgan Shilt 145-141

Also congratulations to Kayleigh McMullen for being 4th on the all tournament team!