Bellefontaine senior Beau Salyer has had an impressive run this season on the bowling lanes and was recently recognized for his performance. He was recently named the Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail bowler of the year.
Salyer, who bowled a 300 at the league tournament a few weeks ago, was named to the Kenton Trail first-team squad, while five other area players also earned CBC honors.
Salyer was placed on the Kenton Trail first team, while teammate Ryan Carman was selected to the second team.
Ben Logan’s Timmy Porter led area players in the Mad River division with a second-team spot.
Receiving special mention were Ben Logan’s Brady Stover and Gage Hamm and Indian Lake’s Beau Young.
Jonathan Alder won the Kenton Trail division championship, while Graham claimed the Mad River division title. The Falcons also had the Mad River bowler of the year in Tyler Dowty.
Making up the rest of the Kenton Trail first-team squad were Jonathan Alder’s Nathan Clark, Jackson Lane and John Jordan, Shawnee’s Matthew Crossman and Kenton RIdge’s Riley Leedale.
Filling out the second team were Jonathan Alder’s Levi Honigford, Kenton Ridge’s Justin Pitt and Andru Keplinger, Tecumseh’s Caleb Gansheimer and London’s Josh Corwin.
Special mention picks went to Shawnee’s Tucker Lockhart, London’s R.J. Smith and Kenton RIdge’s Zach Hibbs.
Earning Mad River division first-team spots were Graham’s Dowty, Spencer Hannahs, Jayden Tourney and Peyton Scwierking and Urbana’s Kaz Scott and Paetyn Jacquemart.
Rounding out the second team were Graham’s Daniel Evans and Northwestern’s Troy Williams, Colton North, Dylan Robinson and Kyler King.