Twinsburg bowling saw its season come to an end as the Tigers competed in a strong sectional tournament.

Building for the future, head coach Anthony Byrd and assistant Gus Critchlow saw the youthful boys and girls teams progress and learn this winter.

The Tigers competed at the deep Division I sectional tournament at Roseland Lanes in Oakwood Saturday Besides individual qualifiers, the top three teams qualified to districts at Stonehedge Lanes in Akron.

Byrd didn’t have any individual district qualifiers from his young teams.

The girls’ team finished 10th overall with a score of 2,662, including a 682 in game 3.

Pacing the Lady Tigers was sophomore Emily Vannoy, who finished 23rd overall.

Vannoy registered a 424 series with games of 111, 146 and 167, which was a team-best for the Tigers.

Grabbing the girls’ individual district berths were Shyana Beers (528) of Niles McKinley, Nordonia’s Kara Freyhauf (524), and Hudson’s Arianna Ellis (514).

The qualifying teams to districts were sectional champion Boardman (3,484), Warren Howland (3,122), and Kent Roosevelt (3.070).

Senior Will Faini and junior Kameron East paced Twinsburg’s boys’ squad at the sectional tourney.

Faini and East tied for 33rd place by reach rolling a 510 series.

Thanks to a 188 in game one, Faini added a 144 and a 178. East had games of 146, 189, and 175.

The boys placed 12th overall with a mark of 3,258 while district qualifying teams were powerful Kent (4,492), Warren Harding (3,849), and Nordonia (3,732).

Freshman Jaylen Bogarty competed in his first post season and was 40th overall with a 480 (178-145-157).

Senior Austin Holloman-Rawls was 44th at 428 (157-112-159), and freshman Ethan Wimsett rolled a 329 (103-107-119) in his sectional debut.

Nolan Snowberger, of Stow-Munroe Falls, bowled a perfect 300 in game 3 to be the top individual qualifier at 681, followed by Hudson’s Logan Loeffler (609), and Howland’s Jarred Vrabel (589).

For the Twinsburg girls support came from sophomore Areesha Rizvi and senior Cassie Burgess.

Rizvi rolled a 404, good for 28th overall while Burgess was 29th with a 402 (143-141-118). Rizvi had games of 111, 161, and 132.

Byrd also saw sophomore Abbi Dines place 34th with a 333 (115-109-109).

Junior Jordan Nudelman rolled a solid game of 156 in game 3 and had 101 in the opening game. Sophomore Mary Calo added a 107 in game 2.