JV bowlers compete at Northmont


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The Butler junior varsity girls bowling team are front row, left to right Hannah Shafer, Alexis Brown; back row, left to right, Stephanie Crider, Courtney Kessler, Taylor Newman, Clara Fiori, Alissa Spieles, and Kailyn Larger.


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The Butler junior varsity boys bowling team are front row, left to right, Jared Murray, Aaron Seelbaugh; back row, left to right, Zach Luttrell, Chris Weiss, Josh Kessler, Jacob Smith, and Hunter Spieles.


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ENGLEWOOD — The Butler junior varsity girls bowling team took third and the JV boys were fourth last Monday at Northmont’s Thunderbolt JV Bowling Tournament.

High for the girls was Stephanie Crider with a 318 (124-192) set followed by Taylor Newman with a 267 (146-121) set. Clara Fiori also added a 137 game.

For the boys, Aaron Seelbaugh had the high set with a 361 (188-173). Other high games included a 168 for Chris Weiss and a 163 for Jarred Murray.

The Butler junior varsity girls bowling team are front row, left to right Hannah Shafer, Alexis Brown; back row, left to right, Stephanie Crider, Courtney Kessler, Taylor Newman, Clara Fiori, Alissa Spieles, and Kailyn Larger.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2015/12/web1_JVGirls.jpgThe Butler junior varsity girls bowling team are front row, left to right Hannah Shafer, Alexis Brown; back row, left to right, Stephanie Crider, Courtney Kessler, Taylor Newman, Clara Fiori, Alissa Spieles, and Kailyn Larger. Contributed photo

The Butler junior varsity boys bowling team are front row, left to right, Jared Murray, Aaron Seelbaugh; back row, left to right, Zach Luttrell, Chris Weiss, Josh Kessler, Jacob Smith, and Hunter Spieles.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2015/12/web1_JVBoys.jpgThe Butler junior varsity boys bowling team are front row, left to right, Jared Murray, Aaron Seelbaugh; back row, left to right, Zach Luttrell, Chris Weiss, Josh Kessler, Jacob Smith, and Hunter Spieles. Contributed photo

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