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Girls Bowling Leading the ECC; SWOC/ECC This Week

Posted on: January 3, 2018

SETTING THE SCENE:  Milford’s girls bowling team ended 2017 with a victory, and following a break over the holidays will now focus on 2018.   The season resumes with two nonconference opponents as well as the popular SWOC/ECC Challenge in the week ahead.


A LOOK BACK: In the lone match prior to the holiday break, the Lady Eagles defeated Williamsburg, 2071-1440. Megan Cannon (353), Jessica Haines (330), Reagan Hodges (308) and MacKenzie Mason (293) each competed in two games, while Reaghan Kaylor (144) and Jessica Norman (143) each competed in one game to end 2017 with a victory.


A LOOK AHEAD:  The Eagles return to action with two nonconference dates, and one of the best weekend tournaments of the year, the Southwest Ohio Conference/Eastern Cincinnati Conference Challenge.  At last year’s Challenge, the Eagles came away with second place overall, falling just shy of former conference foe Glen Este.   Haines was named to the All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year. 

  • Wednesday, 1/:3:         Williamsburg High School @ Milford, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Thursday, 1/4:             Milford @ New Richmond High School, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Saturday, 1/6:              Milford at SWOC/ECC Challenge, Northwest Lanes, 8:00 am


INSIDE THE ECC:  With no conference action over the holiday break, the Lady Eagles remain the conference leaders at 6-0.  West Clermont is 4-2 while Anderson and Turpin are both 2-2.  At 1-3 Kings if followed by Loveland 1-5 and Walnut Hills at 0-2. Milford continues to lead the league in team average, at 784.7.  Find ECC standings and statistics HERE.

Individual leaders within the top ten of the ECC include:

Jessica Haines: overall average (2nd – 178.6); high game (t-2nd - 235); series high (1st – 416)

Reaghan Kaylor: high game (10th – 204)

MacKenzie Mason:  overall average (7th – 164.3)

Jessica Norman:  high game (9th – 203); high series (9th – 373)


POLL WATCH: The Milford girls bowling team continues to rise in the weekly Cincinnati Enquirer coaches’ poll.  Week seven find the girls in fifth, behind Seton, Northwest, Fairfield and Mercy. Loveland, who just two weeks ago didn’t receive votes, has moved into the top ten and is now ranked ninth.  West Clermont (8), Anderson (3) and Walnut Hills (1) each received votes in the poll for week seven.  Click HERE for the most recent area coaches’ poll.