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Milford Bowlers At OHSAA District Bowling Tournaments This Week

Posted on: February 26, 2019

A LOOK AHEAD AT THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: 

Milford’s girls bowling squad, and A.J. Kaylor from the boys team will compete at the upcoming OHSAA District Tournament after qualifying at last week’s Sectional competitions.

Kaylor will head to Districts on Wed., Feb. 27th, while the girls will compete on Thurs., Feb. 28th

The action will take place at Beaver-Vu Lanes near Dayton, and competition on both days is scheduled for a 9:30 am start time.

District Tournament Information:

Beaver-Vu Lanes

1238 N. Fairfield Rd.

Beavercreek, OH 45432

Doors Open at 7:30 am

Team and Individual Bowling begins at 9:30 am

Individual Awards at 1:30 pm

Baker Round for teams begins at 2:00 pm

Click HERE for spectator and additional information on the District Tournament.

 

HOW THEY GOT HERE:

The girls bowling team advanced to the Division I OHSAA District Tournament by taking seventh place at the 2018 Sectionals.  The Eagles were the final team to qualify for the upcoming Sectional tournament this week.

The ladies were led by Reaghan Kaylor, who finished 8th overall of the 86 individuals, with a three-game series of 518.   Kaylor was joined by teammates Reagan Hodges (24th), Samantha Miller (32nd), Fallon Austin (42nd), and Jessica Norman (49th), all of whom contributed with three games each.

On the boys side, A.J. Kaylor qualified with the seventh highest individual score of those not advancing as a member of a team.  He recording a three-game series total of 513 (151, 174, 188) for a 171 average while at the tournament on Thurs., Feb. 21.

 

A LOOK BACK AT RECENT DISTRICT APPEARANCES:

The girls team hopes that the fourth time is the charm, as they qualified but were unable to advance out of Districts to the State tournament the last three years.  In 2018, Milford’s girls team, with current members Reagan Hodges and Jessica Norman, ended the tournament in 16th place of the 24 teams.  The previous year, 2017, the Eagles finished 12th, up from a 20th place finish in 2016.

In 2018, then-senior Nathan McGeorge ended his MHS career at the District Tournament.  McGeorge tied for 52nd of 157 individuals.  The teams from 2017 and 2016 were unable to advance out of the District tournament as well.