Tuscarawas Central Catholic Senior Boys Varsity Bowling

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EOBC Awards Presented at TCC Bowling Banquet

The TCC bowlers celebrated the end of a successful season last night at Wabash Lanes. On hand at the banquet was the EOBC Commissioner, Steve Scherer, to present conference awards to several TCC bowlers. The teams were very successful this year as both the boys and girls teams received multiple awards starting with the EOBC

Bitter Sweet End To Bowling Season

So proud of these boys for what they have accomplished this season!  While they did not advance to state today, they gave it everything they had at Districts today with extremely tough conditions all around and pins just not cooperating.   Our seniors led the way today as they have all season and they should

Saints Bowlers Sweep United Local

The Saints celebrated senior night with a win over United Local 2727-2271. The team was on fire tonight as Bailey McGinnis led the first game with a 290 and finished with a 458. Tyler Ross added to the pin count with a 441 and Deren Wright had his first 400 series with a 401. The

300 Game!

Saints Bowlers Do It Again

The Saints traveled to Legacy Lanes tonight for an EOBC conference match against River View.  Despite the lanes proving to be a little challenging, the Saints defeated River View 2500-2146. Bailey McGinnis (401) and John Chaney (381) led the Saints with Tyler Ross adding a 349, Aaron Mercier 334, and Deren Wright a 276.

Boys Bowling Team Rolls to a Huge Victory Over Dover

The Saints were on fire tonight at Wabash Lanes as they defeated the Dover Tornadoes 2782-2199.  It was an all out team effort by the Saints with Bailey McGinnis rolling a 522, Tyler Ross 435, Aaron Mercier 364, John Chaney 324, Deren Wright 201 and Marcus Clemence a 152.  The Saints travel to Legacy Lanes

TCC Bowlers Post Another Win

The Saints post another win tonight over Canton Central Catholic 2481-2403.  Strike Zone Lanes handed the boys some tough lane conditions but our seniors once again led the way.  The Saints are now 6-2 and are headed to some key conference matches next week.