Lebanon came out firing Sunday at Fairfield Lanes posting an opening game of 1138. The Warriors ended the qualifying round in 4th place and matched up with ST. Xavier in the opening match of the knockout round and took the Bombers down in two. The Warriors then had a tough matchup with #5 seed Fairfield. but survived with solid spare shooting and moved on to meet Beavercreek in the semifinals. LHS opened sluggishly in both games and that spelled defeat as Beavercreek beat the Warriors and went on to win the tournament as they defeated LaSalle. Dallas Stone and Gabe Taulbee both earned all-tournament team honors. Stone went 225-225 while Taulbee rolled games of 254-225. The days high game for Lebanon was by Jason Tomascik with 267.
In JV action, the Warriors went into the knockout round and got KO'ed by Colerain in the opening match. High games for the Warriors belonged to Addison Bledsoe (180) and Jacob Stahl (172).