VERSAILLES – The Ohio High School Bowling Coaches Association with sponsorship from Ebonite awarded one male and one female bowler a college scholarship and plaque as the Ohio Southwest District Bowler of the Year. The award is voted on by the Coaches Association Board of Directors.
Criteria is a minimum of a 3.0 Grade Point Average and must bowl on a high school team that is part of the OHSAA. Along with an essay that is submitted by the bowler, a list of OHSAA High School bowling accomplishments and non OHSAA High School bowling accomplishments are to be submitted.
“Michael was selected as the Southwest District Bowler of the Year for the 2013-14 Season. We feel he is not only the best High School Bowler in the SW District, but the best in the state as well. No matter what tournament or competition he is in, he always helps give his team and himself (in singles competition) a chance at the title,” stated Greg Coulles, executive director of the OHSBCA.
Michael will be attending Calumet College of St. Joseph just outside of Chicago majoring in Criminal Justice and will be competing for the Crimson Wave. “His goal is to help the team bring home a National Championship. Calumet has a very solid program and a very good coach. It will be exciting to see him compete at the next level,” said Coach Davidson.
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