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Varsity Girls Bowling Finish 7th at District Tournament

It was another epic day for the Varsity Girls bowling team. The Ladies set new school records. As a team the girls placed 7th at the district tournament. That is the best finish a girls team has ever had at the district tournament. As a team they bowled 3473 which is the most pins ever

Varsity Girls Bowling Qualifies for District Tournament

Today the Newark Varsity Girls bowled in the DivisionĀ I Sectional Tournament at the Palace Bowling Alley in Columbus. It was an epic day for the ladies they set new school records. As a team they bowled 3330 pins, which is a new school record.They qualified 11th place in the tournament out of 40 teams. The

Newark Varsity Girls Bowling Wins Again

The wildcats bowled 1982 pins to Utica’s 1615 pins. The top bowlers for the wildcats included: Savannah Miller bowled 169; Mikayla Leavitt bowled a 168 and 157: Erica Calle bowled a 164; Megan Snedeker bowled a 232 and Kassidy Offenbaker bowled a 163 and 161. The Wildcats will bowl again on Saturday at 1pm at

Varsity Girls Bowling Bowls Over Lakewood

The Wildcats bowled 1796 pins to Lakewood’s 1539 pins Tuesday night at Park Lanes. The top bowlers for the Wildcats were: Savannah Miller with a 190 and 179; Sydney Overbey with a 151; and Kassidy Offenbaker with a 211. The Wildcats next match will be Monday February 1, 2016 at Utica at 4pm.

Newark Senior High School Coed Varsity Bowling falls to Granville High School 1827-2035

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 4:00 PM Newark Senior High School AWAY 1827 Granville High School HOME 2035 Meet Recap Senior Michael Johnston lead Newark with a high game of 209. Freshman Nick Bradley lead Newark with a 328 series. Granville was lead by Matt Thompson with a series of 374 and Ben Sawyer had the

Varsity Girls Bowling Falls to Lancaster

The Newark Varsity Girls lost their second match in two years to Lancaster. The wildcats bowled 1661 pins to Lancaster’s 1765 pins. Top Bowlers for the wildcats were Erica Calle with a 156 and Mikayla Leavitt with a 155 and 151. There next match is Tuesday at Park Lanes against Lakewood at 4pm.

Newark Varsity Girls Bowling Defeats Heath

The varsity girls bowling team defeated Heath High School Thursday night at Park Lanes. The wildcats bowled 1895 pins to Heath’s 1707 pins. Top Bowlers for the wildcats include: Sydney Oversee bowled 177; Mikayla Leavitt bowled 161; Meg Snedeker bowled 203 and Kassidy Offenbaker bowled 167 and 222. Tonight’s win guaranteed the wildcats first place