Fairfield Senior Coed Varsity Bowling

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Both Boys & Girls Bowling teams handle Lebanon…

The FHS Varsity Girls Bowling Team squeaked by Lebanon 2279 to 2227. Leading the way for the Lady Indians Lauren Zink with a 348 series, Meaghan huffer with a 347 series and Kelci Miller with a 179 game. The FHS Junior Varsity Girls Bowling Team defeated Lebanon 1850 to 1586. Leading the way for the

Athlete of the Week Dec 3 – Dec 9 – LAUREN ZINK (SR) – Bowling

    “Lauren leads the team rolling a six-game average of 184. Lauren led the Lady Indians to a 7th place finish in the Holiday Classic, rolling which included a high game of 204. Lauren is currently 5th in the GMC in overall average with a 172.7.” Coach Nick Glomb

Girls Bowling strikes out Mason…

The FHS Varsity Girls Bowling Team defeated Mason 2295 to 1802. Leading the way for the Lady indians Lauren Zink with a 377 series, Katie Dashley with a 346 series and Bri Griffith with a 326 series. The FHS Junior Varsity Girls Bowling Team defeated Mason 2042 to 1295. Leading the way for the Lady

Bowling update…

The Varsity Girls Won Their Conference Opener against Lakota East 2265 to 1882. Leading the way for the Lady Indians Lauren Zink bowling games of 188 & 199 for a 387 series and Jenna Arthur with a 179 game. The Junior Varsity Girls won their Confernede Opener against Lakota East 1758 to 1205. Leading the

Athlete of the Week Nov 26 – Dec 2 – LEVI GRAY (SR) – Bowling

    “On December 1, Levi rolled a 663 (177, 209, 277) series in the Kick-off Classic in Columbus to earn a 2nd place finish on the all-tournament team. This tournament is also called the Best of the Best in Ohio as schools from across Ohio are invited based on their previous year conference finish. Levi’s 3rd

Bowling continues to roll…

The Varsity Lady Indians are now 3 and 0. They defeated Reading in a shortened match 2131 to 1497. We had 1812 for the two regulars games which is a season high. Leading the way for the Lady Indians were Meaghan Huffer with a 401 series, Lauren Zink with a 359 series, Jenna Arthur with