CLEVELAND, Ohio – Six years ago, the Fairport Harding boys bowling team lost to the Coldwater Cavaliers in the first round of the Division II OHSAA state championship.
Six years later the Skippers faced the Cavaliers again, but this time for the title. The Skippers didn’t snag their first state championship Friday, losing to the Cavaliers in a 3-0 series. With the win, Coldwater achieved its fourth state championship in program history.
With the Skippers earning the accomplishment, it is the first time in program history they’ve been runner-up.
The state championship was held in Columbus, Ohio, at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl. Woodridge, the top seed of the championship round, lost to eighth-seeded Galion in the first round of the tournament.
Earlier in the day, Michael Chipps earned All-Tournament second team. Ryan Chipps was awarded All-Tournament honorable mention.