While only a sophomore, Sycamore's Paige Weitz has already established herself as one of Cincinnati's elite high school girls bowlers. To underscore her consistency and prowess on the lanes, Paige just recorded the GMC's first girls perfect 300 game last week. As high school bowlers across Ohio now enter the "second season" of OHSAA tournament competition, Paige Weitz has concluded the regular high school season with a GMC leading high average of 204 pins per game and a GMC leading high series of 513 pins.

See the Link Provided below to a great personal interest story by the Cincinnati Enquirer's Scott Springer on Paige Weitz's perfect game. Many thanks to Scott Springer for sharing his insights and reflections.

(Paige Weitz Rolls 300)

With GMC bowling competition being amongst the best in Ohio, the conference girls programs boast several outstanding teams and athletes who definitely understand the game and will be factors in the state championships. 

Best of luck to all GMC Bowlers in the OHSAA State Tournament!


The Mason Girls Swimming team had an awesome District meet this past weekend at Miami University. They defended their District title from last year giving them 4 District titles in the last 5 years! Ursuline was considered the team beat this year, but Mason overcame their score and then won by 30 points.

The girls set 3 District Records in the win:
200 Medley Relay - Caroline Wolf, Lauren Thomas, Harna Minezawa, Ashley Volpenhein
200 Freestyle - Allison Bloebaum
400 Freestyle Relay - Harna Minezawa, Ashley Volpenhein, Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall

A strong and numerous contingent of Comets will represent Mason at the OHSAA State Swimming and Diving Championships this Friday and Saturday in Canton, Ohio.