Greenville bowling teams place 15th at GWOC meet


BEAVERCREEK – The Greenville boys and girls bowling teams both finished 15th out of 18 teams at the Greater Western Ohio Conference’s postseason meet on Saturday at Beaver-Vu Bowl.

The Greenville boys rolled games of 794, 836 and 884 for a three-game series of 2,514. The Green Wave had baker games of 157, 204, 164, 173, 178 and 139 to give them a total score of 3,529. The Wave finished fifth out of six GWOC North teams, defeating Trotwood-Madison.

Tyler Netzley led the Greenville boys as he rolled games of 189, 185 and 205 for a 579 three-game series, placing 27th overall. Cullen Blinn had games of 181, 155 and 191 to place 46th with a 527 series. Ted Klepinger rolled games of 163, 163 and 199 for a series of 525 to finish 47th. Malachi Flatter had a 446 series with games of 158, 158 and 130 to place 60th. Dylan Stepp rolled a 175 and a 159.

The Greenville girls had a three-game series of 2,392 with games of 794, 828 and 770. The Lady Wave rolled baker scores of 141, 167, 157, 127, 113 and 130 to give them a total score of 3,227. They finished fifth out of six GWOC North teams, finishing ahead of Trotwood-Madison.

Individually for the Greenville girls Mariah Kohlhorst finished 33rd with games of 161, 188 and 177 for a three-game series of 526. Alejandra Segura rolled games of 167, 166 and 145 for a three-game series of 478, placing 53rd overall. Mackenzie Slade had games of 162, 178 and 125 for a 465 series to finish 56th. Zoe Fields rolled games of 153 and 167, Jessica Rieman rolled games of 169 and 143, Leslie Miller rolled a 156, and Haley Dillman rolled a 135.

For complete results from the GWOC tournament, visit the conference’s website at

The Greenville bowling teams will compete in the Ohio High School Athletic Association sectional tournament this week at Poelking South Lanes in Dayton. The boys will compete at 9 a.m. Wednesday while the girls will compete at 9 a.m. Thursday.

By Kyle Shaner

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