There were several reasons for Galion High School’s Girls Bowling team to be happy with their recently completed season.

For one thing, the Tigers in first place in the conference with an 8–2 record. On top of that, the Tigers placed two bowlers on the All-Conference First Team, Kadence Fairchild and Zoe Frary, and also saw bowler Kylee Crager added to the All-Conference Second Team.

Frary also lead the conference in the highest score for a single game and highest for a two-game season.

Veteran coach Bob Lear, who was given the helm in 2016, was named as the MOAC Girls Bowling Coach of the Year.

Awards were shared at the recent Winter Sports Award Night, held at the All Occasions Banquet Facility in Waldo.

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