Olmsted Falls Boys Varsity Bowling

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Olmsted Falls High School Boys Varsity Bowling finishes 9th place

Sunday, December 10, 2017 9:00 AM Place 9 Points 3234 Meet Recap The men’s varsity team hung in there for the most part all day. A slow start in the baker round would be their ultimate undoing today as they fell into 10th and almost managed to come back to get into the championship round.

Olmsted Falls High School Boys Varsity Bowling beat St. Ignatius High School 3164-2970

Saturday, December 9, 2017 9:00 AM St. Ignatius High School AWAY 2970 Olmsted Falls High School HOME 3164 Meet Recap After a bad week last week in the GCIBL, the Mens Varsity team rebounded against a good St. Ignatius team and managed to take all scratch, baker and the OHSAA Point. They did not earn

Olmsted Falls High School Boys Varsity Bowling finishes 5th place

Sunday, December 3, 2017 9:00 AM Place 5 Points 3233 Meet Recap The Bulldog Varsity men team ended up finishing fifth at the Wildcat Classic Tournament this past weekend. Leading the Bulldogs score wise was Senior Matt McFadden and Junior Travis Green. The Bulldogs would finish the qualifying round with a score of 3233 which

Olmsted Falls High School Boys Varsity Bowling beat Lakewood High School 3263-2544

Saturday, November 25, 2017 9:00 AM Lakewood High School AWAY 2544 Olmsted Falls High School HOME 3263 Meet Recap The Bulldogs Varsity Men team defeated Lakewood High School to improve to 2-0 on the young season. Leading the Bulldogs score wise were juniors Travis Green and Scott McKee who shot 661 and 596 respectively. Travis

Olmsted Falls High School Boys Junior Varsity Bowling beat Westlake High School 2642-2205

Saturday, November 18, 2017 9:00 AM Olmsted Falls High School AWAY 2642 Westlake High School HOME 2205 Meet Recap The JV Men’s team defeated Westlake High today by taking all 7 scratch and handicap points. Leading the bulldogs was Senior Gavin Rousek shooting 484 with a 188 high game. In addition, Ty Werner had the