The Hilliard Bradley High School boys bowling team qualified for the district tournament, where it will be joined by Hilliard Davidson's Jacob Costin, who qualified as an individual.

The Hilliard Bradley High School boys bowling team qualified for the district tournament, where it will be joined by Hilliard Davidson's Jacob Costin, who qualified as an individual.

The district tournament is Saturday, Feb. 26, at HP Lanes.

In the girls' tournament, Bradley's Alicia Wolfe will compete as an individual qualifier after advancing from the sectional at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl on Feb. 18. The top six teams and top six individuals not on a qualifying team from each of the three sectionals advanced to district.

At district, the top three teams and top three individuals not on a qualifying team advance to the state tournament, which will be at Wayne Webb's.

The boys will compete March 5 and the girls will compete March 4.

The Bradley boys finished sixth in the sectional at Wayne Webb's on Feb. 18, as Jonathan Alder (4,056) finished first, followed by Circleville (3,922), Big Walnut (3,881), Westerville Central (3,834) and Gahanna (3,759).

Competing in three games for the Jaguars were Andy Lomax (568), R.C. Locke (526), Justin Clouser (503) and Lyman Patee (502).

Davidson finished 10th (3,534) in a 22-team field and Hilliard Darby placed 13th (3,322).

Costin's 582 was the 15th-best score overall as he earned the last of the individual qualifying spots. Jaysen Veloso had a 531.

Zach Moore (552) and Andrew Clute (532) led the Panthers.

Wolfe rolled a 455 to be the fifth individual qualifier from her sectional, but the Jaguars (2,647) finished 11th in the team standings. Tayler Young (423) and Lynn Vo (401) followed for the Jaguars.

Darby (2,315) was 14th and Davidson (2,273) was 16th of 21 teams. Cassie Hansford (392) led the Panthers. Sheri Klatt (394) paced the Wildcats.