Top bowlers honored by FAC


The Frontier Athletic Conference honored the top bowlers for the 2017-18 season at its first winter sports banquet Monday, March 19, 2018 at Grace Community Church. Above are the First Team, All-FAC bowlers. (in front, l-r, bowlers from FAC co-champion Hillsboro Indians, Christian McConehea, Andrew Louderback and Hayden Miller; (in back, l-r); Austin Knisley and Brandon Underwood of Washington High School and Jackson Perkins and Andrew Amore of co-champion Miami Trace High School. Amore was named the Bowler of the Year.

The Frontier Athletic Conference honored the top bowlers for the 2017-18 season at its first winter sports banquet Monday, March 19, 2018 at Grace Community Church. Above are the First Team, All-FAC bowlers. (in front, l-r, bowlers from FAC co-champion Hillsboro Indians, Christian McConehea, Andrew Louderback and Hayden Miller; (in back, l-r); Austin Knisley and Brandon Underwood of Washington High School and Jackson Perkins and Andrew Amore of co-champion Miami Trace High School. Amore was named the Bowler of the Year.


Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald

The Frontier Athletic Conference honored the top bowlers for the 2017-18 season at its first winter sports banquet Monday, March 19, 2018 at Grace Community Church. Above are the First Team, All-FAC bowlers. (in front, l-r, bowlers from FAC co-champion Hillsboro Indians, Christian McConehea, Andrew Louderback and Hayden Miller; (in back, l-r); Austin Knisley and Brandon Underwood of Washington High School and Jackson Perkins and Andrew Amore of co-champion Miami Trace High School. Amore was named the Bowler of the Year.

The Frontier Athletic Conference honored the top bowlers for the 2017-18 season at its first winter sports banquet Monday, March 19, 2018 at Grace Community Church. Above are the First Team, All-FAC bowlers. (in front, l-r, bowlers from FAC co-champion Hillsboro Indians, Christian McConehea, Andrew Louderback and Hayden Miller; (in back, l-r); Austin Knisley and Brandon Underwood of Washington High School and Jackson Perkins and Andrew Amore of co-champion Miami Trace High School. Amore was named the Bowler of the Year.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/03/web1_FAC-First-Team-boys-bolwing-2018.jpgThe Frontier Athletic Conference honored the top bowlers for the 2017-18 season at its first winter sports banquet Monday, March 19, 2018 at Grace Community Church. Above are the First Team, All-FAC bowlers. (in front, l-r, bowlers from FAC co-champion Hillsboro Indians, Christian McConehea, Andrew Louderback and Hayden Miller; (in back, l-r); Austin Knisley and Brandon Underwood of Washington High School and Jackson Perkins and Andrew Amore of co-champion Miami Trace High School. Amore was named the Bowler of the Year. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald

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