Dynasty Lanes will reopen July 29th   

with regular hours of operation. We understand that you are as eager as we are to get things back to normal at what many of you consider your 3rd place to be after home and work.

 

It was a very hard decision to make, to wait, for a business that prides itself on being open 365 days a year. It was also very hard since we had taken the lead in Ohio to push for bowling centers to be open sooner rather than later once the Governor made closing of bowling centers mandatory due to COVID-19.

 

Bowling alleys fall not just under 1 but 3 categories for reopening Ohio businesses:

  1. General Non-Contact Sports
  2. Restaurants and Bars
  3. Consumer, Retail, Services and Entertainment

There is many rules, regulations and stipulations that must be followed. It is our feeling that the July 29th reopen date gives us the time necessary to meet all of these requirements for the safety of our guest and staff and to abide by standards set forth under all 3 of these categories.

 

If you bowled in a USBC adult or youth league during the 2019-20 season the remainder of the season will be cancelled. Since we will not be opening before the recommended June 29th cut-off date established by the league task force it is the decision of Dynasty Lanes management that leagues will not be charged for any lineage owed after the last week actually bowled back in March. Dynasty Lanes will be contacting the secretaries of all leagues which will then in turn contact captains of each team recommending prize money and/or awards (per task force recommendations) be handed out at the fall meetings. Youth league awards will be handed out the first week of league orientation.

 

The Teen League and Extravaganza League were not USBC certified. The Teen League will be cancelled and the Extravaganza League will resume bowling on July 30th.

 

We will use the time between now and July 29th to focus our attention on refurbishing our location in addition to making several changes which will follow safety protocols and procedures established by the Governor DeWine’s office.

 

We thank you for your support during this once in over 100-year crisis. An extra thank you to those of you who contacted and/or called the Governor DeWine’s office in our support. We hope you understand the delay in reopening and we look forward to seeing you then.

 

Willard Flashes SBC Bay Conference Champions (6-3)

2018-19 SBC Bay Conference Champions

 

Willard Lady Flashes advance to Districts

2018-19 Willard Lady Flashes advance to Districts

 

 

 

 

Wyatt Fullard advances to Districts with games of 165-216-222

Wyatt Fullard advances to Districts with a 603 series

 

Willard Varsity  9-12 (6-3)

Willard Varsity Girls 12-7 (4-3)         

Willard JV Boys 3-12 (3-3)

Willard JV Girls wins 10-2 (3-0)

 

Willard High School High Averages 2018-19 Season

Varsity Boys

Jayson Bruner

193.5

Riley Barnett

181.5

Nicholas Scholes

178.9

Wyatt Fullard

162.3

Drew Ericsson

156.6

Kaleb Schmidt

145.8

Andrew Buchanan

142.5

 

Varsity Girls

Lillian Hellman

179.4

Rose Ott

154.3

Jillian Ericsson

153.5

Lily Ericsson

144.8

Sage Ott

137.7

Emily Jackson

137.0

Lynnzee Smith

136.3

Kady Rarick

129.0

 

JV Boys

Wyatt Fullard

149.7

Andrew Buchanan

147.8

Kaleb Schmidt

139.0

Andrew Scholes

117.9

Seth Foresman

116.9

Luke Stein

115.9

Shaun Hall

105.9

 

JV Girls

Lynn Smith

150.5

Sage Ott

138.0

Jasmine Dellinger

123.4

Kady Rarick

123.1

Vivian Barnett

112.9

Kaleigh Bowers

103.9

Samantha Fullard

96.6

 

Redskin Invitational 2/9/19

Lady Flashes has top scores in qualifying. Lillian Hellman and Rose Ott make All-Tournament Team

Qualifying  Totals

 

Willard Boys win SBC Bay Division Tournament held 1/5/19

Boys totaled a score of 3790 besting 2nd plqce Port Clinton by 99 pins. the Flashes was led by Jayson Bruner 598, Nicholas Scholes 585, Drew Ericsson 499 and Riley Barnett 480. Wyatt fullard added games of 153-240.

 

Willard Girls take 2nd place in the SBC Bay Division Tournament

 Flashes total 3101 pins on the day finsishing 172 pins behind champion Edison. The girls were led by Lily Ericsson 511, Lillian Hellman 457 and Jillian Ericsson 432. Rose Ott had games of 142-127Emily Jackson 135 and Lynnzee Smith 112.

 

 

 

 

 

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