A Page -- March 7, 2012 -- AM Edition




B-W Senior Standout Catherine Spisak 

Selected Academic All-OAC

BEREA, OHIO -- Baldwin-Wallace College women’s basketball senior forward Catherine Spisak (Sandusky/ St. Mary Central Catholic) has been selected (Wednesday, March 7, 2012) as an Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference student-athlete.  She was honored for her excellent 3.55 grade point average in sport management and public relations and her exploits on the basketball court.

This is Spisak’s first Academic All-OAC honor. This season, she averaged 4.0 points and a team-leading 8.4 rebounds-per-game for the 17-10 overall Yellow Jackets.  Spisak shot 41 percent from the field on 43-of-105 attempts and shot 73.3% from the foul line on 94-of-128 attempts.  Her best game of the season was when she had a double-double with 10 points and 15 rebounds in a 70-63 victory versus Heidelberg University on January 14, 2012 and his second with 15 points and 10 rebounds against Wilmington on December 7, 2011.  She also served as a team captain.

For her career, Spisak appeared in 88 games, scored 451 points, grabbed 620 rebounds, passed for 73 assists, made 63 steals and blocked 31 shots.  Her 620 career rebounds ranks ninth all-time in Yellow Jacket history. For her career, she shot 40.6% from the floor on 178-of-438 attempts and 73.5% from the charity stripe on 166-of-226 attempts.

Off the court, Spisak is a Dean’s List student and Jacket Scholar and was involved on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), serving as its president this past year.



No. 8 Mount Union sends five to NCAA championships


LaCROSSE, Wis. -- No. 8 ranked Mount Union will be represented by five Student/Athletes at the 2012 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships this Friday and Saturday at the LaCrosse Center in LaCrosse, Wiscosin.


Seniors Derick Hesson (Dexter City/Caldwell), Josh Malave (Rocky River/Lutheran West), Andy Jenkins(Stow/Woodridge) and Kevin Shadrach (Parma/Parma) along with junior Riki Reynolds (Marion/Pleasant) all won their respective weight classes at the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament to earn automatic bids to the national tournament.


Preliminary action begins Friday at noon (eastern) and continues throughout the day.  Championship semifinals will be Saturday morning with the finals Saturdayevening.  The top eight placers in each weight class earn All-American honors.

Hesson and Reynolds both earned All-American honors with fifth and sixth place finishes respectively a year ago. 


Hesson is the top-seed in the 285-pound bracket and making his second-straight national tournament appearance.  He is a team-best 36-1 this season and is second on the school's all-time wins list with 105 victories.


Reynolds is making his third-straight national tournament appearance at 125 pounds and is the No. 4 seed in the bracket.  He has an 8-2 record as he missed nearly a month of the season.


Malave is No. 7 seed at 141 pounds and is in the tournament for a second-straight season.  He has been nationally ranked all season with a 30-4 record and his 94 career wins places him fifth on the school's all-time wins list.


Jenkins and Shadrach are both unseeded at 184 and 149 pounds respectively.  Jenkins is making his second-straight national tournament appearance and is 25-9 this season while his 84 wins is seventh-best in school history.  Shadrach is 35-6 overall this season and he is one of 14 wrestlers in program history with at least 80 wins.


A year ago Mount Union had three All-Americans at one meet for just the second-time ever (1995, 2011) and the eighth place team finish matched the highest finish in team history.


The Purple Raiders have one national champion in school history as Dan Bobish won the Heavyweight title in 1992.


Storm LAX men ranked 10th in Power Poll 


PAINESVILLE, OHIO -- The Lake Erie College men's lacrosse teamis ranked 10th in the first LaxPower Division II Computer Power Rankings Poll of the 2012 season. 


Lake Erie has registered 85.99 points, just .02 points behind Seton Hill University.


The computer ranking is a formulated poll based on a margin of victory formula that is predicated on strength of schedule, ratings percentage index, quality wins, win-loss records, and polls.  The Storm was ranked 23rd to end last season. 


Within the East Coast Conference, Lake Erie is ranked seventh.  The Storm is 1-1 overall on the year with a three-goal victory at Pfeiffer University and a three goal loss to perennial national power New York Institute of Technology.


The Storm is next in action when it opens its annual Spring Break trip on March 14 at Lenoir-Rhyne College.

The complete LaxPower rankings can be found by clicking here.


B-W Women’s Tennis Team Earns Split, Beats Shawnee 


State, 8-1, in Hilton Head, S.C.


HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA -- The defending Ohio Athletic Conference champion Baldwin-Wallace College women’s tennis team defeated NCAA Division II Shawnee State University, 8-1, this evening (Tuesday, March 6, 2012) in the fifth match of its Annual Spring Break Trip to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. B-W gained a split today as it lost earlier today to Division II Walsh University.

With its victory, B-W, which has appeared in four of the past five NCAA Division III national tournaments, improved to 4-6 overall, including a 4-1 mark in Hilton Head. Shawnee State is now 1-4 overall.

B-W gained a 3-0 lead in doubles and then won five of six singles matches to win for the fourth time down south.

In singles play, senior No.1 player Jenny Greene (Worthington/ Thomas Worthington) won by the scores of 6-0 and 6-0, junior No.2 player Rebecca Mittler (Elyria/ Catholic) won by the scores of 6-3 and 6-2, sophomore No.3 player Morgan Baker (Vermilion/ Elyria Catholic) won by the scores of 6-2 and 6-1, junior No.4 player Danielle Rueger (Ashland/ Senior) won by the scores of 6-1 and 6-1 and freshman No.6 player Rachel Bertrand (Avon/ Senior) won by the scores of 6-2 and 6-2.

In doubles action, the No.1 duo of Mittler and Baker won by an 8-4 score, the No.2 tandem of Greene and Yoder won by an 8-6 count and the No.3 group of Rueger and senior Emily Brown (Vermilion) won by an 8-5 tally.

With her victory in singles, Mittler has 35 career wins to rank 22nd all-time and Greene, who did not play this morning due to an injury, is now 12th with 48 victories.

With a win this evening, B-W 28th-year Head Coach Jack Bethlenfalvy would win his 318th career match.  He is the winningest women’s tennis coach in OAC and Ohio collegiate tennis history.  Bethlenfalvy has a 318-205 career mark heading into tonight’s match versus Shawnee State.


B-W Women’s Golf Team Wins SUNY Cortland Tri-Match in 


North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA -- The defending Ohio Athletic Conference champion Baldwin-Wallace College women’s golf team won the first tournament of its spring season as the Yellow Jackets placed first of three schools at the SUNY Cortland Tri-Match today (Tuesday, March 6, 2012) on the Norman Course of the Barefoot Landing Resort.

B-W had 370 total strokes, six less than second place SUNY Cortland and third place Point Park (Pa.) University had 441 strokes.

Individually, junior All-Ohio Athletic Conference player Rebecca Kapusta (Independence) tied with SUNY Cortland’s Kalin Merkley for medalist honors with an 85 on the par-72 and 5,847-yard Norman Course.  She was followed by sophomore All-OAC player Emilee Woolf (Ravenna) with a 93, sophomore All-OAC player Miranda Cunningham (Dayton/ Christian) had a 94, sophomore Rebecca Jones (Hilliard/ Darby) had a 98 and both junior All-OAC player Brooke Hamilton (Cleveland/ St. Joseph Academy) and sophomore Sarah Allred (Akron/ Green) carded 100s.


Thomas More belts out 13 hits on Mount


WINTER HAVEN, Fla. -- Mount Union scored three runs on six hits but nationally ranked #13 Thomas More belted out 14 hits and scored eight runs to defeat the Purple Raiders, 8-3 Tuesday in Winter Haven, Florida.

Mount Union falls to 3-2 at the halfway point of its Florida swing while Thomas More got its first win of the season and is now 1-1.

Thomas More scored a pair of runs to take a 2-0 lead in the third inning.

The Raiders responded in the top half of the fourth inning as Evan Knott (Canton/GlenOak) had an RBI double and Steve Mitch (Sagamore Hills/Trinity) also drove in a run on one of his two hits on the day to spark a three-run frame and make the score 3-2.

The Saints came right back in the bottom half of the inning with three more runs to take a 5-3 lead then tacked on a pair in the sixth and one in the seventh for the 8-3 final.

Freshman Josh Pryor (Cortland/Lakeview) started and went four innings to take the loss for Mount Union while Aaron Carmack got the win for the Saints.

Mount Union is back in action Thursday against Mt. Aloysous (Pa.) in Florida.

#13 Thomas More (Ky.) 8, Mount Union 3 (Mar 06, 2012 at Winter Haven, Fla.)


Mount diamond women down Emmanuel


KISSIMMEE, Fla.—The Mount Union softball team defeated Emmanuel (Mass.), 8-3, to give head coach Sandy Douglas her 600th career win. Douglas is the 19th Division III softball coach to win 600 games and is 13th among actives coaches in wins.

Douglas did not have to wait long to pick up No. 600. A day after earning No. 599 in a win over Albion (Mich.), the Purple Raiders split a pair of games to help their skipper join elite company.

Mount Union led 8-0 through three innings before Emmanuel rallied to score three runs in the fourth inning. Neither team was able to plate any runs over the final three innings, however, and the Raiders picked up the 8-3 victory.

Junior Kristen Gromes (Navarre/Fairless) got the Raider offense going in the first inning with a leadoff walk. Gromes worked her way around the base path, and scored on a sac bunt by freshman Hannah Kopack (Westlake/Westlake).

Gromes helped break the game open during the Raiders' four-run second inning. Following a pair of walks by freshman Julie Olbrych (Youngstown/Boardman) and junior Marissa Earl (Massillon/Washington), Gromes delivered a two-out single that scored Olbrych. Freshman Kaylah Nieschwitz (Canton/St. Thomas Aquinas) followed with a single of her own, bringing Earl and Gromes around to score. Kopack then delivered her second RBI of the game with a single that scored Nieschwitz.

Mount Union added three more run in the third inning. With two outs, Earl delivered a two-run home run to make it 7-0. Gromes followed with a triple and was able to score on an error by the Saints.

Freshman Michelle Stiltner (White Lake, Mich./Lakeland) had a memorable collegiate debut in the pitcher's circle for the Raiders. Stiltner held the Saints hitless through three innings before allowing three runs in the fourth. The freshman regrouped and allowed just one more hit the rest of the way to seal the victory. Stiltner finished the game with nine strikeouts and allowed just three hits.

Mount Union dropped their first game of the day, 6-3, to Methodist (N.C.).

Douglas is the Ohio Athletic Conference's active leader in career wins and ranks second all-time in the conference. During her 19-year stint as the volleyball coach at Mount Union, Douglas totaled 338 win, giving her 938 career wins as a collegiate head coach overall.

After a day of rest, the Raiders (2-4) will be in action again on Thursday with a pair of games against Beloit (Wis.) and Simpson (Iowa) at the Osceola County Softball Complex in Kissimmee, Florida. The first game is scheduled for 3 pm, followed by the second game at 5 pm.



Baldwin-Wallace Softball Wins Third Straight 

With Two Wins on Day Three of Rebel Spring 

Games

KISSIMMEE, FLA. -- The Baldwin-Wallace College softball team won its third straight game today (Tuesday, March 6, 2012) by winning game againstBluffton University and Methodist (N.C.) University on the third day of the annual Rebel Spring Games at Oren Brown Park.
The Yellow Jackets defeated Bluffton 7-3 and then knocked off Methodist by a final score of 6-2 to secure the day three sweep.  B-W will play four more games in the final two days.

In game one, the Yellow Jackets offense produced seven runs on 13 hits led by freshman shortstop Brittany Lightel (Tallmadge) who went a career-best 3-for-3 with a walk, run scored and one run batted in.  Sophomore outfielder Ashley Elber (Milan/Edison) also was perfect at the plate as she went 2-for-2 with two walks, two runs scored and two RBI.  Sophomore third baseman Lauren Feciuch (Kent/Field) went 2-for-4 with a run scored and one RBI.
  
Brittany Lightel (L), Tabi Murray (R)


On the mound, sophomore Tabitha Murray (Mogadore/Field) picked up her first win of the season as she allowed three runs on three hits with two strikeouts and six walks.

In game two, the B-W offensive continued to kick on all cylinders as it scored six runs on 14 hits.  Feciuch and Lightel continued to have hot bats as they combined for five hits.  Feciuch led the attack with a career-high tying three hits (3-for-4) and had two RBI.  Lightel went 2-for-3 with one RBI.  Sophomore first baseman Kaity Mullen (Avon Lake) had her best game of the season as she went 3-for-3 with one run scored and one RBI.
On the mound, sophomore Justina Wise (New London) picked up her second win of the season as she allowed two runs on seven hits and struck out six batters and surrendered four walks.

B-W continues play at the Rebel Spring Games tomorrow (Wednesday, March 7, 2012) as it will face Albion (Mich.) College and Bluffton on the fourth day of action.  The Yellow Jackets play at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.


March Madness begins today in Cleveland


No. 5 Central Michigan vs. No. 8 Ohio, 12 p.m. 

For the fourth-straight year the Central Michigan women's basketball team has won a postseason game following an 86-62 first-round Mid-American Conference Tournament win over Ball State on Saturday. The fifth-seeded Chippewas now have their sights set on eighth-seeded Ohio in a second- round matchup on Wednesday. The Chippewas finished the regular season with the conference's second-highest scoring offense at 71.5 points per game. They are second in steals at 11.9 per game, fourth in turnover margin (2.81), second in offensive rebounds (17), third in defensive rebounds (26.9) and third in three-pointers made per game (6.2). Crystal Bradford finished 10th in points per game with 13.3 per game, eighth in rebounds per game (7.8), second in steals (2.6) and second in blocked shots (1.8). Niki DiGuilio finished sixth in free throws making 83.3 percent of her shots from the charity stripe. Taylor Johnson was the third best three-point field goal shooter at 42.2 percent. On the heels of an impressive 58-40 win over Kent State in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ohio Women’s Basketball prepares for the second round on Wednesday. In their last game out, the Bobcats faced an early 3-0 deficit against the Chippewas before ripping off a 34-5 run to end the first half. Ohio held Kent State without a field goal during one point in the first half for eight minutes, relying on a strong defensive effort which would ultimately force 23 Golden Flash turnovers. Tenishia Benson (Akron, Ohio) led the way for the Bobcats, scoring 14 points and pulling down a career-high 14 rebounds. The senior was only two points away from a double-double in the first half alone. Ohio’s win over Kent State in the first round of the MAC Tournament on March 3 was the 12th home victory of the season for the Bobcats. Twelve home wins is the highest single-season total since the 1985-86 campaign.The Bobcats have connected on 140 three-point field goals during the 2011-12 season. This single-season total is currently tied for ninth all-time in program history.

 

No. 7 Northern Illinois vs. No. 6 Akron, 2:30 p.m.

The Zips and the Huskies will face off at Quicken Loans Arena in the second round of the 2012 MAC Tournament.  NIU will be looking to win two games in the MAC Tournament for the first time since advancing to the semifinals versus Ball State in 2007. NIU is 7-14 all-time in the MAC Tournament and 26-27 overall in postseason play. NIU Head Coach Kathi Bennett is 1-1 in the MAC Tournament and 26-15 overall in postseason play. NIU's 68-51 home win on Saturday over Western Michigan in the first round of the MAC Tournament gave NIU its first MAC Tournament win since 2007. The victory also gave the Huskies their first return to Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena since 2009. In the WMU win on Saturday, NIU shot a deft 61 percent from the field, including a ridiculous 82.4 percent in the second half. Not only was 61 percent field goal rate an NIU Convocation Center record, it was an NIU postseason record. It was also the fifth-best performance in MAC Tournament history. Over the last 11 games, Amanda Corral has connected on 18 of 29 three-point attempts. The 62 percent accuracy rate is almost 20 points higher than her season percentage of 43.5. Freshman Claire Jakubicek is the lone NIU player scoring in double figures, tallying 11.0 points per contest. Kim Davis is the team's top rebounder at 6.3 per game. NIU scores just 56.4 points per game but allows only 59.0. Akron shot 62.5-percent in the first half to roll past Buffalo, 96-82, on Saturday in the first round of the MAC Tournament. The Zips shot 53.3-percent in the game, and made 11-of-21 threes. Taylor Ruper went 6-of-8 from three in Saturday's win, setting the UA career record for 3-pointers made with 184. Ruper is three treys away from the UA single season record and seven away from the MAC single season mark. Sophomore Sina King was named Second Team All-MAC on Tuesday. King is averaging 12.6 points and 6.3 rebounds per game this season. Junior Taylor Ruper was named Honorable Mention All-MAC. Ruper is scoring 10.5 points per game this season and shooting 38.9-percent from three. UA has outrebounded its opponents by a margin of 5.9 boards per game in its last eight games. The Zips have won the rebounding battle in all but two of those contests. Sophomore Carly Young is averaging 11.5 points and 8.3 rebounds per game in the last eight games. Junior Taylor Ruper continues to be one of the top 3-point shooters in the nation. Ruper ranks 13th nationally in 3-pointers made per game (2.9). Ruper is 24th in 3-point percentage (.389). Akron's is the 18th highest scoring team in the nation at 74.2 points per game. The Zips were 116th in scoring last season.

 


Mount Union sends two to NCAA T&F championships


GRINNELL, Iowa -- Mount Union senior Sean Denard (Naperville, Ill./Naperville North) and sophomore Sam Ludgood (Webster, N.Y./Webster Schroeder) will compete at the 2012 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa.


Denard will compete in the shot put on noon on Saturday and is ranked 10th in the nation with a mark of 54-5 that he earned in winning the Ohio Athletic Conference title two weeks ago.  It is the second straight year he has competed at the national indoor meet in the shot put.  In 2010, Denard earned All-American honors in the discus at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.


Ludgood will compete in the triple jump Saturday at 10 am and he is 11th in the nation with a mark of 48-3.5 that he did in last week's NCAA Last Chance Meet at Mount Union.  He is the OAC champion in the event and is making his first national meet appearance.


A top-eight finish in the event earns All-American honors.


B-W Men Finish Second in Tourney on Spring Break Trip in 


Myrtle Beach, S.C.

MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA  –  The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s golf team placed second of four teams today (Tuesday, March 6, 2012) on their Annual Spring Break Trip. The Yellow Jackets carded a 323 team total on the Love Course of the Barefoot Landing Resort.  This was B-W’s first of seven spring events.

The Yellow Jacket total of 323 trailed first place Point Park (Pa.) University by nine strokes and were four better than Westminster (Pa.) College. The fourth school was Marywood (Pa.) University with a 355 total.

For the Yellow Jackets, senior All-Ohio Athletic Conference player Ricky Jaskolski (North Royalton/ Parma Padua Fransiscan) and sophomore Augie Ward (Medina/ Walsh Jesuit) led the way as each carded an 80 on the par-72 and 6,543-yard Love Course.  Following the duo was senior Matt Warren (Copley) with an 81, junior Stephen Spalding (Stow/ Walsh Jesuit) with an 82 and senior Kyle Lewis (Riverside, Calif./ Poly) with a 92.

Playing as individuals freshman Cody Lyon (Wadsworth/ Medina Highland) had an 85, sophomore Chris Nader (Amherst/ Steele) had an 86, freshman Adam Sanders (Fairview Park/ Fairview) had a 93 and freshman Andy Ingram (Vermilion) had a 98.


Raiders send five to indoor nationals


GRINNELL, Iowa -- Nationally ranked No. 15 Mount Union will have five Student/Athletes competed at the 2012 NCAA Division III Women's Indoor Track & Field Championships this Friday and Saturday at Grinnell Collegein Grinnell, Iowa.


Four of the five Purple Raiders -- juniors Mary Mahoney (Ashtabula/St. John-St. Paul) and Daryn Herman(Fairview Park/Fairview) along with sophomores Emily Mazzaferri (Canton/GlenOak) and Taylor Kring(Salem/West Branch) are part of a 4x400 meter relay team that is ranked No. 3 in the nation with a time of 3:51.43. 


The quartet ran posted the school record time last week at the NCAA Last Chance meet at Mount Union last week and won the Ohio Athletic Conference title in the event two weeks ago.


The event will be the last one run at the championships Saturday at 7:15 pm eastern time.


Mahoney is also running in the 400 meters (preliminaries Friday at 7:15 pm) and is ranked seventh in the nation in the event with a time of 56.51.  Mahoney won the OAC title and was the OAC Sprint Athlete of the Meet in this event two weeks ago and was an All-American in this event at the NCAA Outdoor Championships last year.

Kring is running in the 60 meter hurdles (preliminaries Friday at 6:50 pm) and is ranked 12th in the nation with a time of 8.88.  


She won the OAC title in his event two weeks ago.

Mazzaferri is competing in the 800 meters (preliminaries Friday at 6:55 pm) and is ranked 14th in the nation.

Last but not least, the fifth Raider competing is senior Aubree Jones (Falconer, N.Y./Falconer) is ranked 10th in the nation in the shot put and will compete at 3 pm Saturday.  Jones finished second in the shot put at the OAC Championships two weeks ago and this past Spring was an All-American in the javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

The top eight finishers in each event will earn All-American honors.

 


Mount tennis sweeps Alvernia


HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.—The Mount Union's women's tennis team swept through Alvernia (Pa.) on its way to a 9-0 victory Tuesday in Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Krissy Hallett (Willoughby Hills/Willoughby South), Mandy Wise (North Canton/Hoover), Hannah Arvidson (North Canton/GlenOak), Megan Czuchra (Mantua/Crestwood), and Courtney Adamsky (New Philadelphia/New Philadelphia) all earned victories in both singles and doubles play for the Purple Raiders.

Hallett and Czuchra teamed to win No. 1 doubles, 8-4. Hallett took first singles, 6-1, 6-2, while Czuchra took No. 4 singles, 6-3, 6-0.

No. 2 doubles was won by Wise and Arvidson, 8-4. Wise was victorious in second singles, 6-3, 6-3, while Arvidson claimed third singles, 6-1, 6-0.

Adamsky was joined by Taylor Dowling (Canton/Massillon Jackson) for an easy 8-0 win in No. 3 doubles. Fifth singles was taken by Adamsky, 6-0, 6-0.

MacKenzie Jenkins (North Hampton/Northwestern) had the final Raider victory, 6-0, 6-0, in sixth singles.

Mount Union (4-2) will return to action on Thursday with a 12 p.m. match against St. John Fisher (N.Y.).


Amateur Bowling Notes


Amateur Cleveland USBC Bowling Association honor scores through 3/5/12

 

Format: Bowler, Hometown, Date, Bowling Center

 

    300 Games

Michael Clark Jr., North Olmsted, 2/16, Cloverleaf Lanes;

Dale Beran II, Cleveland, 2/24, Buckeye Lanes;

Richard Morris, Olmsted Falls, 2/27, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Jason Wenz, Lakewood, 3/1, Cloverleaf Lanes;

James Szulc, Willoughby, 3/1, Cloverleaf Lanes;

Mike Galasso, Strongsville, 3/1, Brookgate Lanes;

Sean Greenly, North Ridgeville, 2/24, Buckeye Lanes;

Michael Guzowski, Cleveland, 2/24, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Agapito,Camargo, Cleveland, 2/17, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Joe Davis III, University Heights, 3/2, Southgate Lanes;

William Waters, North Olmsted, ¾, Buckeye Lanes;

Perry Rossi, Parma, 3/5, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Jeff Brown, Parma, 3/5, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

 

 

    299 Games

Daniel Narowitz, North Olmsted, 2/24, Buckeye Lanes;

Terry Jackson II, North Ridgeville, 3/1, Cloverleaf Lanes;

Mark Ruediger, Streetsboro, 3/5, Brookgate Lanes;

Jason Wenz, Lakewood, 3/5, Brookgate Lanes;

Norman Markiewicz, Maple Heights, 3/5, Seven Hills Lanes;

 

 

    298 Games

Don Earls, Willoughby, 2/16, Brookgate Lanes;

Tommie Conely, Cleveland, 2/20, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Tarek Iwas, Cleveland, 2/20, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Gary Callahan, Strongsville, 2/27, Freeway Lanes of Parma;

Dean McGhee, Lakewood, 3/5, Brookgate Lanes;

Derek Clay, Cleveland, 3/5, Brookgate Lanes;

John Galik, Brecksville, 3/5, Seven Hills Lanes;

 

 

    800 Series

Brian Freyhauf, Macedonia, 3/1, Roseland Lanes (830);

Ron Peltz, Olmsted Falls, 2/24, Buckeye Lanes (807);

Curtis Wagner, North Olmsted, 2/20, Buckeye Lanes;

Michael Clark Jr., North Olmsted, 2/16, Cloverleaf Lanes (834);

Dean McGhee, Lakewood, 3/5, Brookgate Lanes (822);

Jeff Brown, Parma, 3/5, Freeway Lanes of Parma (826);

 

 


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