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ECC Battle with West Clermont For Girls Bowling

Posted on: December 11, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:  Milford’s girls bowling team will go into the next week with momentum following two dominating wins over conference foe Loveland.  The momentum will be needed, as the Lady Eagles will face the toughest test yet with the opportunity to take sole possession at the top of the ECC. 

  

A LOOK BACK:   A 328 series from Jessica Haines helped the Eagles to their first win of the week on 12/5, an 1806-1570 victory over Loveland. MacKenzie Mason wasn’t far behind with a 299 series, and four Eagles each contributed a game; Reaghan Kaylor (160), Megan Cannon (134), Jessica Norman (114) and Reagan Hodges (87).

Four of the Lady Eagles posted series over 300 on 12/6 as they dominated Loveland and completed the sweep, 2247-1668. Haines (349) and Norman (348) were joined by Cannon and Mason who both posted 333 series.  Kaylor (173) and Hodges (91) each added a game to help the Eagles maintain a share of the lead in the ECC.

As she had all week, Haines led the Eagles at the Holiday Classic on 12/9 with a three game total of 551 pins, with Mason adding a 545 in three games.  Kaylor posted Milford’s high game for the day (204) and a 503 series.  Norman had a three game series of 466, Hodges added a two game series of 273, and Cannon contributed in game one with a 123.

 

A LOOK AHEAD:  Milford will be tested as they meet with the new West Clermont (#10) for the first time this season.  The new school combined Amelia as well as Glen Este, whom the Eagles shared the ECC title with last year.  Unless the teams split the two match series, one program will take sole possession of the ECC.  Milford will also see McNicholas in nonconference action before yet another weekend tourney, this time the Wright State Tournament in Dayton.

  • Monday, 12/11:           West Clermont High School @ Milford, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Tuesday, 12/:12:          Milford @ West Clermont High School, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday, 12/13:      Milford @ McNicholas High School, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Saturday, 12/16:          Milford @ Wright State Tournament, Beaver-vu Lanes, TBD

 

INSIDE THE ECC:  After sweeping Loveland last week, the 5-0 Eagles share the lead with West Clermont as both are 4-0 in conference action.  Turpin fell to 2-2 after losses to West Clermont, and is now tied with Anderson. Walnut Hills and Kings are all 0-2, while Loveland fell to 0-4. The Eagles lead the league in team average (774.8) followed by West Clermont (761.9) though the Wolves are closing the gap.  Click HERE for ECC standings and stats.

As of 12/10, individual leaders within the top ten of the ECC include:

Megan Cannon:  series high (10th – 353)

Jessica Haines: overall average (3rd - 175.3); high game (2nd - 216); series high (5th – 381)

Reaghan Kaylor:  overall average (156.1); high game (8th – 204)

MacKenzie Mason:  overall average (5th – 167.3); high game (t-10th - 199)

 

POLL WATCH: Milford dropped a spot, from seventh to eighth in the week four Cincinnati Enquirer area coaches’ poll.  Northwest moved from fourth up to the top spot, followed by Seton, Fairfield, Mercy and Oak Hills. West Clermont moved up to ninth from tenth, and Anderson (4), Turpin (3) and Walnut Hills (1) each received votes for week four.  Click HERE for the most recent area coaches' poll.