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Loveland On Tap For Boys Bowling

Posted on: December 5, 2016

SETTING THE SCENE:  After opening conference play last week with Anderson, the MHS boys bowling team have another two on tap with Loveland, one of the current league teams tied with Milford for second place in the conference.


A LOOK BACK:  Milford fell to Anderson by just 25 pins, with a final score of 2561-2581.  Nathan McGeorge led the Eagles with a 425 series in an incredibly close match, while Noah Dolezal posted the team’s high game of 236 with a 400 series.  Josh Cooper averaged a 177 over two games, while Manny Fernandez added a 196 in game one, and Eugene Koczwara bowled a 176 in game two.

Dolezal's 324 series helped the Eagles to a win over Anderson.  The 2111 – 2041 Eagle victory on 11/30 evened the series with the Redskins and left the teams among those tied at 1-1 in the conference.  Jeremiah Mitchell added a 167 in game one, and McGeorge averaged 154 while Cooper’s average was 139.5.


A LOOK AHEAD:  The Eagles are back in action this week with another conference matchup in week two, this one with Loveland.  Both contests will be held at Eastgate Lanes.

  • Monday, 12/5:                        Loveland @ Milford, Eastgate Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday, 12/7:                  Milford @ Loveland, Eastgate Lanes, 3:30 pm


INSIDE THE ECC:  Glen Este leads the league at 2-0, and early in the season Milford – along with three other teams, are tied for second at 1-1; Anderson, Loveland, Milford and Turpin.  Two of the Milford boys bowlers rank near the top of the conference standings and are among the individual leaders in the ECC.

  • Noah Dolezal:  high average (10th – 181); high game (3rd – 236); high series (t-9th – 400)
  • Nathan McGeorge:  high average (9th – 183); high game (t-6th – 223); high series (4th – 425)



POLL WATCH:  Milford was the recipient of fourteen votes in the latest Cincinnati Enquirer area coaches’ poll.  Elder surpassed LaSalle for first, as LaSalle dropped to ninth.  Oak Hills, Fairfield, Mason and Colerain make up the remaining top five teams.  The ECC’s Glen Este held onto sixth for the second consecutive week, while Anderson, who split last week’s matches with Milford, fell out of the top ten.  ECC programs receiving votes in week two, in addition to Milford, include Anderson (13) and Loveland (12).