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  > Coldwater Cavaliers 2001-2002 (Season Recap)

2001-2002
Coldwater High School Senior Bowlers

       
Beth Welsch                Angie Harting           Michelle Wenning          Jim Hennessey           Greg Jutte
  Lindsay Schwieterman (Picture not available)
Thanks for all the Memories.
You will all be missed!


                        
2002 State Runners-Up ~ Coldwater Cavaliers                       2002 Boys Individual Champion & Runner-Up
                                                                                             Kyle Bruns (Coldwater) & Greyson Nolder (Austintown)


Dayton Daily News

BRUNS' BIG FINISH
What Kyle Bruns didnít know, couldnít hurt him.
The Coldwater High School freshman needed to double in the 10th frame to earn his first career 700 series. His teammates knew He didn't. "Iím glad I didnít know," Bruns said. "There would have been a lot more pressure." Bruns struck out, rolling to a 702 series. It earned the Cavaliers bowler second-place honors in the boys individual competition of the OHSBC State Championship. The Cavs also finished second in the team competition to a formidable Austintown Fitch team 5,342 to 4,925. Coldwater placed 10th last year but returned all of its bowlers. "We were more prepared this year," Cavs coach Rick Hartings said. "They are older, wiser and stronger." 

ē Contact Debbie Junewicz by e-mail at djunie@aol.com

 


* Coldwater Sophomore Jake Eilerman named 
Dayton Daily News

"Athlete of the Week"


Congratulations Greg Jutte on your 300 game.
Bowled at Pla-Mor Lanes Saturday January 12, 2002 in the Saturday Afternoon Kids Major League.
232-198-300= 730 Series

Greg is an 18 year old Senior at Coldwater High School, and the first Junior bowler in Mercer County to ever roll a perfect game.


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