Deep lineup leads Worthington Kilbourne to success

Looking at the numbers, Worthington Kilbourne’s boys’ bowling team seems to be the model of consistency with four athletes averaging over 160 pins per game.

But it’s still a work in progress for coach Susan Bond and the Wolves, who ramped up their winning streak to six by beating Dublin Scioto 1.705-1.607 on January 10 and Mifflin 1.955-1.763 on January 12.

For Bond, it comes down to spare parts.

“(It’s) the same thing we work on every year,” she said. “We need a certain consistency for that. (Against Groveport on January 6), we shot 974 in the first game and 836 in the second game and that’s because two or three of the guys fell off with their spare shot. It makes a huge difference.”

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