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Bowling: District 3 Championships – Full LebCo Results

On Saturday, the District 3 Bowling Championships took place at the Hanover Bowling Center. The top forty+ female and male bowlers from the District earned invitations to compete.

There were four athletes representing LebCo schools. On the girls’ side, ELCO’s Morgan Kline and Northern Lebanon’s Paxton Horner qualified. For the boys, it was ELCO’s Hunter Heinsey and Cedar Crest’s Toby Zombro who were competing.

Each bowler competed in five qualifying rounds. The top six bowlers then advanced to the head-to-head ladder rounds.

Kline, the two-time Lancaster Lebanon League Champion, was the lone LebCo representative to make it past the qualifying rounds. In fact, her score of 1168 placed her as the top seed going into the Finals. Having earned a first-round bye, the senior Wichita State recruit was edged out 204-196 in the semifinals. This earned her a bronze medal.


LL League Boys Championship Results

LL League Girls Championship Results

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3rd   Morgan Kline (ELCO) – 236 / 193 / 235 / 237 / 267 = 1168 / Semifinals – 196

40th Paxton Horner (Northern Lebanon) – 108 / 151 / 98 / 129 / 115 = 601



18th  Hunter Heinsey (ELCO) – 147 / 212 / 242 / 206 / 219 = 1026

29th  Toby Zombro (Cedar Crest) – 170 / 196 / 198 / 226 / 128 = 918


LebCo Bowling: Regular Season Recap

Up Next

This event did not serve as a qualifier for next weekend’s Eastern Pennsylvania Regional Championships. At the event that will serve as a qualifier for the PIAA State Championships, there will be six LebCo bowlers competing. In addition to the Zombro and Heinsey, Northern Lebanon’s Charlie Albright will also have an opportunity to compete. For the girls, Lebanon’s Alexa Lopez will join Kline and Horner.


Point of Interest

For those that do not follow bowling, it is important to know that oil patterns on the lanes change the conditions and difficulty  for the athletes. These oil patterns are communicated ahead of time. Below are the oil patterns from the District 3 Championship and what is ahead for the Eastern PA Regional Championships.





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