Mississinawa Valley boys bowling team wins rivalry match against Ansonia


By Dale Barger - For The Daily Advocate



Mississinawa Valley’s Alex Longfellow bowls during a West Ohio High School Bowling Conference match against Ansonia on Saturday at Woodcrest Lanes in Union City.

Mississinawa Valley’s Alex Longfellow bowls during a West Ohio High School Bowling Conference match against Ansonia on Saturday at Woodcrest Lanes in Union City.


Dale Barger|For The Daily Advocate

UNION CITY – The Mississinawa Blackhawks boys bowling team defeated Ansonia 2,398-1,918 at Woodcrest Lanes.

“The boys bowled well, and it was important to them to retain the traveling trophy that goes to the team who wins each year,” Mississinawa coach Joe Teeter said.

“We wanted to make sure the rivalry cup stayed here, and the guys were rooting for one another and thrilled to win our home match against Ansonia,” Teeter added.

The Hawks high game was rolled by Alex Longfellow with a 192.

Joseph Teeter rolled a series high of 360, Andrew Reichard had a 357, Alex Longfellow a 348, Dylan Rammel 290 and Dominic Rammel a 286.

Ansonia bowler Austin Hill rolled the highest game between the two schools with a 212.

Hills also rolled a series 383, Seth Philippi had a 362, John Fischer 271 and Allen Christman a 161.

Mississinawa Valley record goes to 2-3 in the league and 2-5 overall. The Blackhawks are back in action on Saturday, taking on Russia at Community Lanes in Minster.

Ansonia falls to 0-5 in the league and 0-7 overall. The Tigers are back in action Saturday taking on Fort Loramie at Community Lanes in Minster.

Mississinawa Valley’s Alex Longfellow bowls during a West Ohio High School Bowling Conference match against Ansonia on Saturday at Woodcrest Lanes in Union City.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2016/01/web1_Alex-Longfellow-WEB.jpgMississinawa Valley’s Alex Longfellow bowls during a West Ohio High School Bowling Conference match against Ansonia on Saturday at Woodcrest Lanes in Union City. Dale Barger|For The Daily Advocate

By Dale Barger

For The Daily Advocate