Bellefontaine Girls Varsity Bowling

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BHS Bowling Teams

Congratulations to our BHS boys and girls bowling teams and coaches!! Both teams qualified for the DI State Tournament in Columbus, Ohio. They bowled last weekend and made all their fans so proud! It was quite an accomplishment! Seniors on the girls team are Ashley Ehmer, Lindsey Heminger, and Candice Miihlbach and on the boys

Lindsey Heminger 3rd Place at DI District Bowling Tournament

Congratulations to Lindsey for bowling a 679 series at the district bowling tournament and leading the Lady Chiefs to a spot in the State Tournament! Lindsey also rolled ten strikes in a row in her third game of 288. So close to a perfect 300! Way to go Lindsey!

BHS Girls Bowling Team is State Bound!!

Congratulations to the BHS girls bowling team and coaches for placing 5th at the DI District Tournament and earning a spot in the DI State Tournament on Friday, March 5th at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl. Lindsey Heminger led the Lady Chiefs with games of 191, 200, and 288 for a 679 series. Lindsey was the

BHS Girls Bowling Team Headed to District Championship

Congratulations to the BHS Girls Bowling Team on qualifying for the DI District Tournament. Lindsey Heminger led the Lady Chiefs with a 631 series and was the top individual DI bowler. Kayla Watkins had a 587 series and Akayla Ryan had a 537 series. Good luck at districts on Thursday, February 25 at 9:45 at

BHS Girls Bowling Team Wins Third Straight CBC Championship!

Congratulations to the BHS Girls Bowling Team for winning their third CBC Championship in three years, on Friday, with a team score of 3456! Lindsey Heminger led the Lady Chiefs with games of 142, 218 and 216 for a 576 series. Kayla Watkins rolled games of 160, 225 and 155 for a 540 series. Ashley

BHS Varsity Girls Bowling Breaks Series Record

The varsity girls had a stellar night on Friday as they beat Jonathan Alder and the school record for a series. The old record was 2622 and the girls shot 2640. Leading the Lady Chiefs was Lindsey Heminger with games of 212, 191 for a 401 series. Akayla Ryan bowled games of 181 and 192