CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) — The OHSAA Division II sectional bowling tournament took place at Amron Lanes in Canfield on Saturday with 12 local schools competing in the boys’ and girls’ divisions.

In the boys’ team event, Labrae finished atop the leaderboard with a total score of 3,974. Labrae junior Brogan Collins finished in first place individually with a three-game score of 696.

Struthers would finish right behind the Vikings with 3,715 total points in second place. Sophomore Dylan Woolensack finished second individually for the Wildcats and finished with a max game of 246.

Coming in third and fourth place to close out the qualification for districts were McDonald (3,648 points) and Brookfield (2,980 team points).

There were also four additional individual qualifiers: Chaise Henderson (Girard), Xavier Amerih (Girard), Evan Barrett (Heartland Christian) and Tyler Ladness (Wellsville).

Then on the girl’s side in Canfield, the top three teams moved on at sectionals, and in a tight contest: Labrae, Struthers and Crestview will continue onto districts.

Labrae junior Sarah Reakes finished the top individual with a total three-game score of 533. The Vikings had four bowlers in the top seven of sectional tournament.

Additionally, three individuals qualified to move on as well: Grace Srock, 2nd overall (McDonald), Angeleah Matzye, 4th overall (Campbell Memorial) and Kristina Olesky, 10th overall (Girard).

Then on Sunday at Freeway Lanes of Warren in the DII Trumbull and Lake County Sectional bowling tournament for the boys, Champion was the only local school to qualify for districts.

The Flashes finished second overall with a team total of 3,642. Junior Alan Derry was the Champion’s top overall finisher at 10th place, while the school finished with four bowlers in the top 20.

On the girl’s side, Champion finds itself sending another bowling team to districts after finishing 1st with a team total of 3,540. That put the Flashes more than 300 points ahead of second place.