Piqua bowlers split matches

Staff Reports

The Piqua bowling teams split matches with Greenville Thursday.

The boys, 5-12 overall and 4-10 in GWOC American play, lost 2,080-2,063.

Travis Smith led the Indians with a 372 series (157-215).

Austin Jenkins had a 358 series (206-152).

Nick Jess rolled a 351 series (192-159), Anthony Brandon had a 219 game and Ethan Gevedon had a 191 game. In the baker games the boys had games of 158 and 150.

The girls, 6-11 overall and 5-9 in GWOC American play, won 1,713-1,521.

Rayna Brownlee led the way again for the Lady Indians with a series of 375 (210-165).

“She bowled well tonight and was carrying this team to the win,” Piqua girls bowling coach Jason Jenkins said.

Kyra Buchanan had a 310 series and Maryssa Kuhn added a 277.

“The ladies bowled well tonight and have a tough final match with Troy,” Jenkins said. “Hopefully we can carry some of the momentum into the match a have a good showing for our rival match.”

Piqua will bowl at Troy Tuesday.

Lady Buccs

game postponed

LEWISBURG — The Covington girls basketball team’s game at Tri-County North Thursday was postponed.

The game will be played Saturday, with the JV tipping off at 11 a.m.

Lady Vikings

cruise to win

CASSTOWN — The Miami East girls basketball team cruised to a 52-24 win over National Trail Thursday in CCC action in the Lady Vikings home finale.

Haley Howard led East with 16 points.

Amber Kinnison and Camryn Miller both scored eight.

Miami East, 10-11 overall and 7-5 in the CCC, will close the regular season Saturday at Northwestern.

Roader girls

fall to Pats

BRADFORD — The Bradford girls basketball team lost to Tri-Village 71-30 Thursday in Cross County Conference action.

Mandi Bates led Bradford with 21 points.

Russia girls

top Loramie

FORT LORAMIE — The Russia Lady Raiders finished in second place by themselves in the final County standings, thanks to a 45-30 victory over Fort Loramie in action Thursday at Loramie.

Russia ends up league play at 9-3 and regular season play at 17-5.

Loramie finished 8-4 in the league and is 14-7 overall heading to Marion Local Tuesday.

Russia built up a 20-16 lead at the half, then opened it up to 36-24 after three quarters.

The Lady Raiders had excellent balance. Maria Herron had 11 and four others had six or more.

Russia hit 16 for 30 from the field for 53 percent to just 32 percent for Loramie on 11 of 34.

Taylor Ratermann had 10 to lead the Lady Redskins.

Lady Cats


JACKSON CENTER — The Houston girls basketball team had a tough time from the start in a 64-14 loss to Jackson Center Thursday in SCAL action.

Houston finishes 3-9 in the league and 8-14 for the regular season.

Morgan Ely and Jessica Monnier each scored four points for Houston.

Lady Tigers

cruise to win

ST. HENRY — The Versailles girls basketball team cruised to a 68-45 win in MAC action Thursday night.

The Lady Tigers, 18-3 overall and 8-1 in the MAC, opened a 34-19 halftime lead and stretched it to 56-33 after three quarters.

Kami McEldowney led Versailles with 21 points, while Danielle Winner had 15 points and six rebounds.

Versailles 27 of 55 from the floor for 49 percent and eight of 11 from the line for 73 percent.

St. Henry was 17 of 37 from the floor for 45 percent and eight of 15 from the line for 54 percent.

The Lady Tigers won the battle of the boards 32-19 and had 15 turnovers to St. Henry’s 21.

Versailles will close the regular season Saturday with Jackson Center.