Boys and Girls Bowling Team

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Row 1: Seth Olvera, Morgan Brondhaver, Ashley Basler, Rockelle Ober, Austin West, Joey Stevens

Row 2:  Jay Bonini, David Walzer, Katie Albert, Lauren Brogan, Jessica Harm

Row 3: Sedona Isch, Austin Travis, Will Johnson, Kyle Greulach, Austen Sekerak, Carly Anderson

Row 4: Clark Annable, Toby Hawks, Travis Hawks, Carl Berlund, Mitchell Hehn, Jacob Davis, Coach






Bowling Team Coach Jeff Miracle

Jeff has been coaching bowling at Anderson for eight years and has worked for Cincinnati Milacron for 35 years.  He is a certified Dick Ritger Coach and has a bronze certification from U.S.B.C coaching.  He is currently pursuing his silver certification.  Jeff’s high series is a 786 and he has even appeared on King of T.V. Bowling.   Jeff has had one bowler finish fourteenth in the state, three bowlers roll perfect 300 games, and three athletes that have gone on to bowl in college.   He has one conference championship and has been named FAVC Coach of the Year.  Jeff’s goal is to pass on his love for the game and to introduce young people to the game that they can enjoy with friends for life.

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Head Coach
Jeff Miracle


Assistant Coach
Lisa Horn

Joe Walla

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Anderson High School is a comprehensive high school, offering a wide range of courses and programs. While the majority of students are enrolled in college preparatory courses of study, students are also able to pursue specialized vocational programs at the career development campuses of the Great Oaks Joint Vocational District.



The Forest Hills School District is a comprehensive preschool through 12th-grade school district located in the southeastern suburbs of Cincinnati. The district serves nearly 7,800 students living in the communities of Anderson Township and the Village of Newtown with a combined population of about 45,000.



The Eastern Cincinnati Conference will begin play with the 2012-13 school year. The ECC will be comprised of Anderson, Glen Este, Kings, Loveland, Milford, Turpin and Walnut Hills High Schools. The ECC is dedicated to promoting interscholastic activities as an integral part of the total educational process providing opportunities for both boys and girls to compete at the highest athletic levels while stressing integrity, sportsmanship, respect and team work.

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