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Two with Loveland Ahead for MHS Girls Bowling

Posted on: December 5, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:  The Lady Eagles are off to an impressive start, 3-0 overall and atop the Eastern Cincinnati Conference standings at 2-0 with Turpin and West Clermont.  With wins over Anderson and a fifth place finish at the Big Blue Challenge, Milford will meet Loveland in the week ahead, and again compete at the Western Bowl’s Holiday Classic.

 

A LOOK BACK:  The Lady Eagles recorded their first conference win of the season, a 2129-2035 win over Anderson.   A 213 in game one, and two game average of 190 by Jessica Haines led Milford.  Megan Cannon joined with a 306 series, followed by Jessica Norman (289) and MacKenzie Mason (284).

Haines once again was the top Eagle as Milford swept Anderson in the final game of the series, 2138-1920.  Haines rolled a 375 series, and Mason added a 332 series.  Other Eagles with two games in the win included Reaghan Kaylor (287), Cannon (267) and Norman (261).

The Milford girls bowling team ended the week with a 5th place finish at the Big Blue Challenge hosted by Hamilton High School. Mason earned first team All-Tournament with a three game total of 551 pins.  With a 216, Haines had the high game for Milford; she also had a three game series of 521 joined by Cannon (466), Norman (459).  Kaylor added a two game series of 276, while Reagan Hodges contributed in game three with a 138.

 

A LOOK AHEAD:  Loveland awaits Milford in the week ahead, as the Lady Eagles look to remain undefeated in the ECC.  Loveland opened the season at 0-2 after losses to Turpin.  The Eagles will compete at another weekend tournament, this time the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl.

  • Tuesday, 12/5:             Loveland High School @ Milford, Cherry Grove Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday, 12/6:        Milford @ Loveland High School, Crossgate Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Saturday, 12/9:            Milford @ Holiday Classic, Western Bowl, 9:00 am

 

INSIDE THE ECC:  At 2-0, Milford sits atop the ECC tied with Turpin and West Clermont.  Walnut Hills, Anderson and Loveland are all 0-2, while Kings has not yet faced a conference opponent.  The Eagles lead the league in team average (773.1) followed by West Clermont (742.4).  Individual leaders within the top ten include:

Megan Cannon:  series high (7th – 353)

Jessica Haines: overall average (2nd - 175.1); high game (2nd - 216); series high (2nd – 381)

MacKenzie Mason:  overall average (5th - 166.6); high game (6th - 199); series high (9th – 332)

Jessica Norman:  high game (10th – 181)

  

POLL WATCH: Week three finds Milford at seventh, tied with Colerain in the Division I Cincinnati Enquirer area coaches’ poll.  Fairfield, Seton, Mercy, Northwest and Oak Hills make up the top five, and the ECC’s West Clermont is ranked tenth this week. Anderson (10), Loveland (7) received votes in week three as well.  Find the Coaches' Poll HERE.