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Two With Walnut Hills On Tap For Girls Bowling

Posted on: January 22, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:   The Lady Eagles head back into conference play this week with the Eastern Cincinnati Conference’s Walnut Hills.  After taking two wins over Goshen last week, the Eagles stand at 10-1 overall and tied with Glen Este, both 7-1 in the conference.

 

A LOOK BACK:  MacKenzie Mason’s high series of 314 and 177 in game two led the Eagles to the win over the Goshen Warriors on 1/17.  Megan Cannon held Milford as well with a 269 series.  Contributing with single games in the 2028-1396 victory; Alyna Hook (167), Jessica Haines (157), Jessica Norman (113), and Lauren Shelton (104).

Milford had little problem completing the sweep on 1/19 as they took a 2153-1560 win over Goshen yet again.  Mason’s high series of  355 was a new personal best this season, and her 189 in game two was just two pins shy of a new high game for the junior.  Norman (146) and Shelton (161) contributed in game one, while Hook (190) and Haines (189) helped the Eagles to the win in game two.

 

A LOOK AHEAD:  The Eagles jump back into conference matches, this week with Walnut Hills. 

  • Wednesday, 1/25:      Walnut Hills High School @ Milford, Eastgate Lanes, 3:30 pm
  • Thursday, 1/26:          Milford @ Walnut Hills High School, Madison Bowl, 3:30 pm

 

INSIDE THE ECC:  The Eagles remain tied with Glen Este at the top of the ECC standings, as both are 7-1 in conference play.  Anderson moved up in the standings, now at 4-2, followed by Turpin at 3-4 and Kings and Loveland, both 1-5.  Walnut Hills is currently 0-5.

The Eagles are ranked second in the conference for team regular average at 795.5.  Jessica Norman joined Jessica Haines, Alyna Hook and Lauren Shelton of the Eagles who individually rank in top ten of the ECC.

  • Jessica Haines:  high average (2nd – 184.7); high game (6th – 226) series high (5th - 406)
  • Alyna Hook:  high average (5th – 172.4); high game (8th – 213) high series (6th – 395)
  • Jessica Norman:  high average (10th – 157.3); high game (2nd – 237); high series (4th – 414)
  • Lauren Shelton:   high game (t-9th – 211)

 

POLL WATCH:  Week nine of the area coaches’ poll finds Milford on the move, as the Lady Eagles moved up to sixth from last week’s tenth place position.  Glen Este of the ECC moved up to first from a three-way tie last week, with Fairfield, Seton, Northwest and Oak Hills in the rounding out the top five.  Anderson (6) and Turpin (3) received votes in week nine, as well.