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Daniel Boone’s Boys Finish Third at Pennsylvania State High School Bowling Championships

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Daniel Boone’s boys finished third in the tag team game of the Pennsylvania State High School Bowling Championships Saturday at Eastway Lanes in Erie.

The Blazers finished second after three standard games and six qualifying Baker games. In the semi-finals, which were Baker’s best two out of three games, Boone lost 2-0 (179-160, 232-169) to third seed Manheim Township.

The Blue Streaks, who eliminated the Blazers in the quarterfinals of the Eastern PA Regional Bowling Championships, beat Butler 2-1 in the final.

In qualifying for Boone, Evan Miller won a three-game streak of 589. He was followed by Blake Jeitles at 580, Patrick Moore at 556 and Kendall Smathers at 535. Jack O’Keefe had a two-game total of 332 and Hunter Smathers. had an 111. The Blazers then had 553 and 601 in their two Baker games for a total of 3,857.

Butler finished with 3,917 pins to earn the top seed. Manheim Township finished with 3,821. Truman was the last qualifier of the 12 teams at 3,803.

Mannheim Township defeated Truman 2-0 in the quarterfinals.

On the girls’ side, Governor Mifflin earned a 3,003 in qualifying to finish 12th. Valleri Addis led the Mustangs with a three-game streak of 536.

Shikellamy, the number one seed, won the tag team title by defeating second seed Penn Manor 2-1 in the final.

Antietam’s Ayden Davis won the men’s individual title on Friday.

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