Kent Roosevelt, bowling
Byles, a senior, just missed a 300 game last week. She rolled games of 216 and 299 for a 515 series against Hudson. She entered this week with a 211 average for the Rough Riders.
Hosey, a junior, contributed 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists in a 49-39 win at Coventry, scored 10 points in a 59-20 win at Field and totaled 15 points, nine rebounds and nine steals in a 51-46 victory in double overtime over visiting Cloverleaf. Norton entered this week 11-4 overall and 8-1 in the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division.
Koncz, a sophomore, helped the Chipps (16-0 overall, 10-0 Wayne County Athletic League) earn wins last week over Revere (56-45), Hillsdale (88-20) and Norwayne (51-21). During the three-game stretch, she scored 49 points on 19-of-32 shooting from the field and 9-of-14 shooting from foul line, and had 15 rebounds, 15 assists and 17 steals. She was a perfect 11-of-11 from the field against Hillsdale.
Ridings, a junior, rolled a 534 series (266-268) against Barberton on Monday at Charger Lanes and then came back Tuesday with a 525 series (246-279) in a home match against North Royalton at Stow Kent Family Entertainment. He entered this week with a 228 average for the Bulldogs, who are 8-1 in the Suburban League.
Soyars, a junior, led the Magics to wins at home over Copley (79-76) on Friday and Kent Roosevelt (80-45) on Saturday. He totaled 26 points, four assists and three rebounds against Copley, and had 24 points, five assists and four rebounds versus Kent Roosevelt.
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High School Spotlight: Feb. 1