by Matt Huether
Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland Men’s and Women’s High School Bowling teams are having memorable seasons. Both teams are in the Top 3 in the ECC and have been led by a mix of experience and newcomers. Both look to continue their success that they have had this season and turn it into a potential ECC Championship.
The Loveland Men’s Bowling team currently sits at 10-4 overall (7-3 Conference) and is in 3rd place in the ECC behind West Clermont (7-0) and Kings (5-2). Loveland is led by Freshman, Alton French, who is averaging 189.4 Pins per game. Alton has a Game High of 242 Pins and a series high of 441. The team has no Seniors this year, so they are led by the experience of Junior, Matthew Rychlik, who is averaging 180.6 Pins per game. Matthew has a game high of 217 pins and a series high of 406.
The Loveland Women’s Bowling team currently sits at 10-4 overall (8-2 Conference) and is in 2nd place in the ECC behind West Clermont (7-0). Loveland is led by Senior Maria Reich, and Junior, Grady Pettit. Maria is having a great season and leading the Loveland team by averaging 154.2 pins per game. Maria has a game high of 182 pins and a series high of 346. Grady is averaging 152.5 pins per game, Grady has a game high of 200 pins and a series high of 386.