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AAC Announces 2018 All Conference Team for B/G Bowling

By All-American Conference 03/21/2018, 12:00pm EDT

AAC Announces 2018 All Conference Team for B/G Bowling

The AAC is proud to announce the ALL AAC Conference for B/G Bowling for the 2017-18 Season. Please see click to see the following documents. 

Boys Bowling All Conference
Girls Bowling All Conference

More information about the League and other Honors can be see at the AAC website at for standings, tiers and stats for all sports.

Howland Senior Makes it to State in Bowling

By All-American Conference 03/11/2018, 11:00am EDT

Howland Tiger Senior Jessica Guesman, finished 29th (out of 104) at the Division I Girls State Bowling Championships at Wayne Webb Columbus Bowl this past weekend. Jessica is Howland's first state qualifier in bowling (Boys or Girls) in school history. 

Falcon boys, Boardman’s Burkey roll today in Columbus

By Greg Gulas-Vindicator 03/09/2018, 7:30pm EST


The Austintown Fitch boys and girls teams, along with Boardman senior Ben Burkey will represent the area at this weekend’s Division I state bowling tournaments, which begin Friday at 10:30 a.m. when the boys roll at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

There were no individual qualifiers out of the recent girls district at Wedgewood Lanes with action set for Saturday, also beginning at 10:30 a.m.

The Fitch boys went 11-2 this past season, tied Warren Harding (each posted 8-2 league marks) for the All-American Conference Red Tier regular season title but finished third in the conference tournament.

“We’re a tight knit group comprised of bowlers that would run through a brick wall in order to make the team better,” head coach Matt Clemens said. “I played for the Falcons from 2006,-07, we qualified for state my junior and senior years so I feel like I know what it takes to win.”

Currently in his second year, Clemens said this year’s sectional and district tournament for his team were polar opposites from a season ago.

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