Worthington News


Thomas boys post first win

Forrest Eisenschmidt rolled games of 194 and 224 for a medalist total of 418 to lead the Thomas Worthington High School boys bowling team past Westerville North 2,143-1,791 on Jan. 9 at Capri Lanes for the Cardinals' first win.

Thomas is 1-7 overall and 1-6 in the Central Ohio High School Bowling Conference-North Division.

Also against North, Kirsten Ensminger was next with a 369 series and a high game of 189, and Kody Prosser had a 354 series with a high game of 199.

Johnny Knox added a 326 series with a 167 game.

Thomas has lost its only OCC-Ohio match, falling to Newark 2,247-1,704 on Dec. 30.

Knox leads the Cardinals with a 175.3 average (217 high game), followed by Eisenschmidt (157.6 average, 224 high game), Prosser (146.7, 199), Trew Chaffin (143.7, 173), Ensminger (143.5, 189) and Tyler Tedrick (141.4, 182).

The Cardinals do not have a girls team.

Kilbourne boys defeat Orange

The Kilbourne boys team was 2-6 overall and 0-2 in the OCC-Ohio before facing Reynoldsburg on Jan. 22.

The Wolves improved to 2-4 in the COHSBC-North by defeating Olentangy Orange 2,066-2,022 on Jan. 14. Matt Wilber led with a 364 series and a 192 game, followed by A.J. Lent (362 series, 201 game), Alex Mramor (361, 190) and Josh Toulmin (361, 189).

On Jan. 16, Kilbourne lost to Groveport 2,332-2,128 in an OCC-Ohio match. Mramor led with a 409 series and a 210 game, and Toulmin added a 396 and a 202.

Lent led the Wolves with a 189.2 average (247 high game) entering the week, followed by Mramor (186.9 average, 241 high game), Toulmin (173.2, 225) and Wilber (156.7, 194).

Sun tops averages for Kilbourne girls

The Kilbourne girls team was 0-8 overall and 0-2 in the OCC-Ohio before competing against Reynoldsburg on Jan. 22.

Kilbourne dropped to 0-6 in the COHSBC-North after losing to Orange 1,547-1,061 on Jan. 14.

The Wolves' Joy Sun led with a 274 series and a 150 game, followed by Minori Mae (252 series, 143 game) and Lynn Tong (240, 126).

Entering the week, Sun led Kilbourne with a 145.4 average and her high game was 197, followed by Mae (117.9 average, 153 high game), Kyrie Barone (105.7, 127) and Tong (105.6, 130).

--Scott Hennen