The Lebanon Varisty & JV bowling teams showed well at the Lasalle Baker Bash held Sunday at Northwest Lanes. The varsity girls finished 4th out of 19 teams in the 16 game baker preliminaries as they totaled 2933 pins for an average of 183 per game. In the stepladder finals, LHS took out Ross in first round action to make the final 8. Next up was Seton High School and the Saints had the Warriors number and knocked the Warriors off the stepladder. Lebanon finished tied for 5th.
On the JV side, the Warriors were the top qualifier out of 9 schools averaging 146 over the 16 game qualifier. In the championship round, Lebanon took out Anderson, then Milford, before meeting Fairfield in the finals. Fairfield won the first game. Lebanon won the second game. The 3rd game tie breaker was won by Fairfield 181-176. The Warriors finished a hard fought 2nd place.