Kylie and Kiley lead WHS girls to Muskingum runnerup


The Muskingum Invitational all-tournament team includeds Lacie Sandlin of Clinton-Massie (second from left) and Wilmington's Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher (far right).

The Muskingum Invitational all-tournament team includeds Lacie Sandlin of Clinton-Massie (second from left) and Wilmington's Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher (far right).


The Wilmington High School girls bowling team.


Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher


WILMINGTON — Led by the 1-2 punch of Kylie Fisher and Kiley Comberger, the Wilmington High School girls bowling team finished second Monday at the Muskingum Invitational at Royal Z Lanes.

Fisher was the top individual while Comberger was runnerup.

In the baker roun, Wilmington posted wins over Greeneview and then Miami Trace before falling to Hillsboro 2-1 in the championship match.

Clinton-Massie and East Clinton also competed in the tournament.

Fisher had a 512 series on an oil pattern WHS head coach Joe Gigandet said was a “sectionals pattern.”

She had games of 151, 192 and 169.

Comberger had a 474 series with games of 144, 205 and 125.

Also for Wilmington, Lila Carter had a 415, Tori Piatt 310 (two gamse) and Lexus Reiley 427.

The Muskingum Invitational all-tournament team includeds Lacie Sandlin of Clinton-Massie (second from left) and Wilmington’s Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher (far right).
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2023/01/web1_BWL_tourneyteam0116.jpgThe Muskingum Invitational all-tournament team includeds Lacie Sandlin of Clinton-Massie (second from left) and Wilmington’s Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher (far right).

The Wilmington High School girls bowling team.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2023/01/web1_BWL_wilmyteam.jpgThe Wilmington High School girls bowling team.

Kiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2023/01/web1_BWL_combergerfisher0116.jpgKiley Comberger and Kylie Fisher