Darryl Trent and Caleb Conrad, and Sam Stroupe and Reilly Wittman were recognized all-tournament, respectively, as Port Clinton’s boys and girls teams finished second.
Woodmore won the boys portion of the tournament.
Trent had a 601 series (225-179-197) and Conrad a 584 (207-175-202). Kordell Blankenship rolled games of 230 and 195 as the boys were the top qualifier for the final round after three team games and five Baker Games.
The Redskins beat Tiffin Columbian in the semifinals before falling to the Wildcats 2-0 in the finals.
Port Clinton’s girls qualified to the final round in third. They topped Eastwood 2-1 in the semifinals before falling 2-1 to girls champ Willard.
Stroupe rolled games of 180, 182 and 190 for a 552 series and Wittman 162, 155 and 180 for a 497. Eryn Binder added games of 184 and 168, and Kassidy Mahler a 165.