Cuyahoga Falls boys bowling chose an opportune time to have its best tournament of the season.

Falls junior Justin Moyer won the Division I boys individual bowling title March 11 at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl. He and senior teammate JP Frankina, who finished eighth, each earned All-Ohio honors.

Led by Moyer and Frankina's efforts, Cuyahoga Falls finished first in the team qualifying round at states with 3,727 pins.

Falls actually sat second behind Centerville after the three regular games, rolling a score of 989 in game one, 1,089 in game two and 986 in game three. Falls trailed Centerville by 93 pins heading into the three Baker gams.

However, Falls had the best Baker games of the tournament, rolling a 663 Baker games series (202-255-206) to take an 18-pin lead over Centerville and earn the No. 1 seed for the elimination round.

Moyer had a three huge games to win the individual title. After rolling a 267 in game one, Moyer finished two away from a perfect game in game two with a 298. He then rolled a 223 in game three to finished with 788 series.

Moyer finished 58 pins ahead of Centerville's Dylan Dobran for the title.

Frankina tied with Kettering Fairmont's Hunter Schlegel for eighth place with a series of 663 (202-289-172).

Falls also got a 594 series (199-193-202) from senior James Sherwoood and a 565 series (183-150-232) from junior James Vascoy. Sophomore Justin Drayer rolled a gome of 159 for Falls

In the elimination round, Falls opened against eigth-seeded Cincinnati Oak Hills. However, the Black Tigers were eliminated in four games (192-181, 204-208, 203-203, 225-257) and finished in fifth place.