ZANESVILLE - For Gavin McKenzie, home is wherever he may choose to roam. It could be the trails at Black Hand Gorge or Dillon State Park. Or the mountains of Colorado. "You can find a challenge, wherever you are," said the 33-year-old Tri-Valley graduate, who works for Genesis Health Care. He has managed to find quite a few of them over his stellar career as an ultramarathoner (events more than 26.2 miles). Some of them are 100 miles. Others are 50 miles.
GRANVILLE - Granville bowling has gone through a high turnover rate, but through all the personnel changes, a couple of constants have emerged: sophomores Eric Stickley and Eve Painter. In a loss to Heath Saturday at Park Lanes, Stickley again led the Blue Aces with 146-179. "He's really working at it," coach Al Sowards said. "He went from a 140 average last year to around 180 this year. He has the equipment now, and he's getting used to it. I expect him to be close to 200."
This time around, the Blue Aces went on the road and turned the tables on the Cowboys in a 51-48 win that left the Blue Aces at 5-1 heading into the new year. "It was quite a pleasant surprise," coach Adam Teeters said. "Wyoming was not as good as last year, but returned two starters. A lot of credit goes to our guys. It was the best performance by a Granville team I've seen in some time." Teeters took a different approach for the long road trip.
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