DAYTON — The Piqua bowling teams were swept by Stebbins in GWOC American action Friday.
Despite strong performances from Travis Smith and Austin Jenkins, the Piqua boys lost to Stebbins 2,052-1.931.
Smith led Piqua, 3-2 overall and 2-1 in GWOC American play, with games of 221 and 223 for a 444 series, while JEnkins had games of 192 and 196 for a 388 series.
Nicholas Jess had games of 133 and 152, Ethen Gevedon had games of 127 and 112, Terry Penny rolled a 128 game and Shane Kerrigan had a 105 game.
Piqua had baker games of 175 and 167.
The Piqua girls, 2-3 overall and 1-2 in GWOC American play, lost to Stebbins 1,870-1,670.
“It was a rough night for the Lady Indians tonight,” Piqua coach Jason Jenkins said. “For the most part of the match, it was a struggle with having low games and missed spares. Mentally tonight, the girls just didn’t have it and it showed during the match”
.Kyra Buchanan led the way with games of 153 and 196 for a 349 series.
Chloe Koon had games of 153 and 130 and Rayna Brownlee had a game of 189.
In wrestling action, the GMVWA tournament comes to an end today, while Piqua will wrestling in the West Jefferson Invitational Thursday and Friday.
Versailles boys and girls basketball teams will host Anna in a doubleheader tonight, while Piqua girls will entertain Graham and Covington girls travel to Springfield Shawnee.
In girls basketball action Thursday, Bradford plays at Tri-County North, Houston hosts Lehman, Newton plays at Fairlawn, Russia goes to New Knoxville and Versailles plays at Fort Loramie.
In boys action Friday, Houston hosts Minster, Miami East will host Versailles and Newton will entertain Dixie.
The Bradford junior high girls basketball teams swept two games with Russia.
The seventh grade won 27-20.
Alexis Barhorst netted nine points.
Abby Fike scored eight and Rylee Canan added six.
The eighth grade won 22-20.
Cassi Mead scored 10 point and Abby Gade added seven.