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Haines On SWOC/ECC All-Tourney Team As Girls Bowling Takes Second Place

Posted on: January 8, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:   After a busy week, the girls from Milford will face two with the Eastern Cincinnati Conference’s Turpin before the annual LaSalle Lancer Baker Bash on Sunday.  The girls ended the week with a second place finish at the SWOC/ECC Conference Tournament, where Jessica Haines received all-tournament honors.

 

A LOOK BACK:  Milford’s girls team took down Amelia easily, winning 2293-1563.  Alyna Hook led the Eagles to the win, with a personal season high of 213 and total high series of 374.  Close behind Hook for the Eagles: Jessica Haines (350); MacKenzie Mason (335); and Megan Cannon (328).  Mason’s 185 in game two was a personal best in varsity action as well.  Jessica Norman added a 168 in the nonconference win.

The squad headed to the annual SWOC/ECC Tournament on Saturday, and came away with second place overall, falling just shy of conference foe and first place Glen Este.   Haines, who averaged a 193 in the three game series, was named to the All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year.  Hook (508), Mason (494), and Lauren Shelton (456) competed in all three games, while Cannon scored a two game high series of 317 including a personal varsity high game of 169. 

 

A LOOK AHEAD:  The Eagles will be busy yet again, as this week finds Milford facing ECC member Turpin, followed by the annual LaSalle Lancer Baker Bash.

  • Monday, 1/9:              Milford @ Turpin High School, Chery Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday, 1/11:        Turpin High School @ Milford, Eastgate Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Sunday, 1/15:             Milford @ LaSalle Lancer Baker Bash, Northwest Lanes, 9:00 am

 

INSIDE THE ECC:  The Eagles remain tied with Glen Este at the top of the ECC standings, as both are 6-1 overall and 5-1 in conference play.  Turpin improved to 3-2 last week, and are followed by Anderson at 2-2; Kings (1-3), Loveland (1-5) and Walnut Hills (0-3) follow.

The Eagles are ranked second in the conference, and the team regular average improved to 801.1.  Jessica Haines ranks among the top three in all categories of the ECC, while Alyna Hook and Lauren Shelton are also among the individual leaders in the top ten of the ECC.

  • Jessica Haines:  high average (1st – 186.8); high game (3rd – 226); series high (3rd - 406)
  • Alyna Hook:  high average (4th – 168.7); high game (4th – 213) high series (t-7th – 374)
  • Lauren Shelton:  high average (9th – 157.9); high game (t-5th – 211); high series (7th – 374)

 

POLL WATCH:  Milford, who had previously fallen out of the top ten, leaped back into the Cincinnati Enquirer’s area coaches’ poll to seventh in week seven. Seton moved past Oak Hills for first, and now Oak Hills, the ECC’s Glen Este, Fairfield and Northwest round out the top five. Anderson (7), Loveland (6) and Kings (2) are the only other ECC programs represented in this week’s poll.