Benedictine Boys Varsity Bowling

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Bowlers finish Fourth at NCL Tournament.

At the North Coast League Bowling Tournament Friday the following Men of Benedictine made the NCL All League Teams: Bryce Brand was selected for the All NCL 1st team bowling 568 and Chris Rice was selected for the All NCL 2nd team bowling 542. Benedictine placed fourth as a team. Congratulations to all bowlers!

Bowling Team defeats CCC at NCL Tournament.

Bengals defeated CCC at the NCL Tournament in Chardon at Ernst Lanes.  Bengals team total was 2559 and CCC was 1629.  Nate Mitchell bowled a 226 in the third match

Bowling Places 4th at NCL Championships

The Bengals took fourth place at the NCL Championships held at Ernst Lanes. The team was led by Nick Duncan and Casey Meinecke. Duncan, a 1st team all NCL performer, bowled a 604 series. Meinecke became a 2nd team performer with his 579 series.

Bowling places 13th of 41 teams

The Bengals placed 13th out of 41 teams at the competitive Eagles challenge over the weekend. The team returns to action on Saturday at Cloverleaf Lanes vs. Westlake at 9:00AM.

Bowling Season Concludes with Tournament Awards

Yesterday was the final event for the GCIBL for the 2015-2016 season. The Benedictine boys bowled in a Singles Tournament. Afterwards, the tournament awards and then the season awards were given out. Benedictine winners: Singles Tournament: 5th place, Trevor Meinecke, 627 series with 254 high game 2nd place, Tyler Wainwright, 692 series with a 245

Bowling: Recent Updates of Scores

January 16 Varsity vs Wickliffe won 7 of 7 scratch and the OHSAA point Tyler Wainwright 245-187-200=632 series Frank Stockdale 235 game January 23 Varsity vs Padua won 4 of 7 scratch and lost the OHSAA point Frank Stockdale 248-243-213=704 Tyler Wainwright 183-214-231=638 Black & Gold Tournament sponsored by Cleveland Heights high school Benedictine varsity

Wildcats Edge Bengals in Scratch Play

In the position round to determine first place for scratch standings for Division 1 schools, St. Ignatius defeated the Bengals in a tie breaker. The tie breaker went through Baker games where St. Ignatius won 2 out of 3. Trevor Meinecke led the Bengals with scores of 201, 191, and 237 for a 629 series.