When Wapakoneta head boys bowling coach Jim Kaeck was asked, via text, how his team did in the Western Buckeye League bowling tournament at 20 the Century Lanes Wednesday, he sent a three word response.
When the Wapakoneta Redskins three seniors ran off the floor, one after the other, they left the floor with victory secured over a tough Midwest Athletic Conference foe and their 14th win of the season.
After bull-rushing its way through the Western Buckeye League without a loss this season, Wapakoneta put a cherry on top of the season nby posting a convincing win the WBL Championship at Shawnee Saturday.
After finding themselves down by 102 pins following the individual round, the Wapakoneta Redskins girls bowling team put it together into the Baker games, where they blasted the Indians by 155-pins to earn the win, 2669-2618, at Olympic Lanes Saturday.
The NFL has gotten as big as it is going to get in this country apparently, so it wants to expand into other countries. But instead of trying its hand in Canada or even our southern neighbor Mexico, its goes across the Atlantic to England. Like NFL Europe worked out so well.