All posts by Carmella DeLeone

Boys Bowlers 2nd in Sectional Preview

14 Teams competed in the Rootstown Sectional Preview tournament on Saturday, with the Rough Rider squad capturing 2nd place. A well-rounded solid effort on the teams part resulted in a trophy for the showcase, as they kept their heads in the game despite a lack of carry. There are times in the sport of bowling when the pins just refuse to fall, and this coach was proud of her teams performance and the manner by which they kept positive and adapted to keep scoring.
Recap: Matthew Richards 205-221-224=650, Carter Troyer 236-185-218=639, Kobe Thigpen 203-222-201=626, Chris LeSueur 227-201-178=606, Tyler Kirby 204-185.
Games: 1017 – 1033 – 1006 = 3056. Baker Games: 159-195-170-222-194-204 = 1144
GREAT JOB GENTLEMEN !!!

Girls Bowling Defeats North Royalton

Congratulations to the Girls Bowling team for defeating North Royalton 2,160 to 1,463.  Jade Kimmel found her old self and rolled games of 210 and 200 for a 410 series.  Other high games for the Rough Riders were Braydn Harris 193, Tara Sefchick 192, Liz Gavriloff 180, and Ryan Rhinehart 160.  The rest of the girls helped roll an average of 147 in the baker format.  With the win the girls are now 8 and 0 in league play.

Boys Bowling Defeats North Royalton 2764 – 2028

The Kent boys were rolling strong; coasting by the Bears in game one and never looking back, out-scoring North Royalton 2764 – 2028 for the win. Matthew Richards dominated the lanes for the Roughriders, rolling 232-277 for a 509 set. A balanced line-up of scoring by the rest of the team was key to our success. Recap:  Kent – Kobe Thigpen  216-215 = 431, Chris LeSueur  224-199 = 423, Tyler Kirby 216, Carter Troyer 184 -183 = 367, Casey Troyer 181.  Games – 1037-1090 = 2127 Bakers: 245-172-220 = 637 Match total – 2764.  Suburban Record 8-0 .  Great bowling gentlemen!! The boys will compete in the Rootstown Invitational on Saturday @ 11:00 am at Spins Bowl Kent.  “ROLL TEDDY !!”

Leadership Retreat Planning Committee Applications

Juniors — “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, YOU ARE A LEADER.”  That’s right juniors, YOU are leaders!!  So, if you are still interested in applying for the leadership retreat planning committee and missed this week’s informational meeting?  Come to the Activities Office today to pick up your applications.  Remember, completed applications are due January 31, so stop in soon.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jurging.

First Baseball Open Field Jan. 15

Attention all Baseball hopefuls:  Tonight will be our first open field at the Kent State University Field House from 6:30-7:30.  All players interested in trying out this spring who are not in a winter sport re welcome.  There is a fee for our open field visits, but it is not due tonight.  Please see Coach Haney, Coach Michel, or Coach Childers for informational packets, calendars and any questions.  Again, the Baseball Open Field at the Kent State Fieldhouse is tonight from 6:30—7:30 for all those interested in trying out this spring.

Boys Basketball Defeats Cuyahoga Falls

Your Rough Rider Boys basketball team traveled to Cuyahoga Falls last night and came away with a 44-31 win. The Rough Riders were led in by Jeremiah Jones with 15 points and 4 rebounds and Zac Common with 11 points and 6 rebounds. During last night’s game Zac Common also reached the career milestone of 1,000 career points. Congratulations to Zac and the Rough Rider Boys on another great team win!

Girls Bowling Beats Stow

The Girls Bowling team got off to a good start in game one as Braydn Harris rolled a 224 and Tara Sefchick bowled a 215.  Jade Kimmel and Liz Gavriloff are starting to elevate their game back to early season form at a much needed time as we head into the final 3rd of the season.  The ladies sealed the deal with an impressive 224 in baker game 1.  The rest of the team got into the action as we averaged 158 in the baker format which helped push our record to 7 and 0.  The ladies bowl next on Thursday at Kent Lanes against North Royalton at 4 PM.

Boys Bowling Rallies to Defeat Stow

Boys Bowling team rallies to defeat Stow Bulldogs   2762 – 2612
Chris LeSueur  led the squad, posting an awesome 2 game set of 257 – 278 for 535 series.  Kobe Thigpen continues rocking the pins for 205 – 245 for a 450 set.  Matt Richards was on his game, rolling 213 – 225 for 438 series.  Carter Troyer rolled his high game this season with a 243, and Tyler Kirby was solid on his spares for a 183 effort.
 616 for 3 games in the baker format sealed the victory and brought the Riders to a perfect 7-0 record in the Suburban.