The OTHS girls bowling team had — by any measure — a great season last year. The Panthers finished the season with a 10-2 record and were crowned Southwestern Conference champions. They also won the Viking Invitation at The Cherry Bowl in Rockford, the same location where the IHSA state tournament is held. But while that victory was sweet, it was the Panthers’ return trip to The Cherry Bowl for the state finals that left a sour taste in their mouths.
The O’Fallon Township boys bowling team won 44-team Plainfield North Invite on Saturday. “Great team effort,” OTHS coach Mikes Imes commented. Eli Rosenberg averaged 229 for OTHS and won individual honors. Rosenberg had games of 236, 233, and 244 for 713 series in the morning session. He rolled games of 221, 246, and 194 for a 661 series in the afternoon for a tournament-best 1,374 total pins. Rosenberg was 13 pins better than second-place finisher Bryce Schmitz of La-Salle Peru.
The O’Fallon Township wrestling team will have to grapple with youthful inexperience this year, but coach Glenn Exton thinks his Panther matmen can still be competitive in the Southwestern Conference and may just have a couple state-qualifiers in the fold. The Panthers finished last season with a 19-1 dual meet record and a 6-1 mark in SWC action, but the team was laden with seniors.
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