Henry County boys bowling teams made it a clean sweep Monday in league action.
Napoleon, playing in its season opener, defeated Perrysburg 2388-2273 in Northern Lakes League action Monday at River City Bowl-A-Way.
The Wildcats jumped out to an early lead after regulation play and swept all three Baker games to earn the victory.
Ashton Kiessling paced the Cats with a 410 (229-181) series, while Levi Anderson added a 400 (221-179) series. Jacob Hull rolled games of 143 and 223 and James Gerken turned in scores of 189 and 169.
The other scorer for Napoleon was Elijah Wolf 159.
Napoleon (1-0) is back in action Thursday at Bowling Green.
Liberty Center pulled away in the Baker games to defeat Delta 2125-2047 in Northern Ohio High School Bowling Conference action Monday at River City-Bowl-A-Way.
The Tigers held a slim 15-pin lead after regulation play, but swept the Baker games, including a 177-136 win in the second game.
Nathan Weirauch had the high series for Liberty Center, with games of 179 and 168. Right behind him was John Spangler with games of 179 and 167.
Other scores for the Tigers were Haydon Guyer 113, 200; Joshua Sexton 149, 151; and Jonathan Smith 151, 165.
Liberty Center (2-0) travels to Patrick Henry Friday.
Patrick Henry defeated Tinora 2165-1715 in NOHSBC action Monday at Defiance Recreation Bowling.
The Patriots cruised with a big lead after the regulation games and swept the three Baker games (182-106, 166-148 and 137-102).
Lee Hogrefe was the top bowler for PH, rolling games of 201 and 165. Tyler Piercefield added games of 189 and 159.
Other scores for the Patriots were Joey Boden 199, Aidan Breece 180, Cade DeLong 146 and Jaylin Drew 137.
Tinora was paced by Devin Flory with games of 188 and 178.
Patrick Henry (1-1) hosts Liberty Center Friday.
Wauseon rolled over host Swanton for a 2111-1866 NOHSBC victory Monday at the Swanton Sports Center.
Alexander Stevens paced the Indians with a 424 (212, 212) series. Other scores for Wauseon were Logan Blackman 129; Chance Buehrer 129, 182; Kage Little 125; Kenyon Lovins 167, 157; and Aidan Teal 129.
Wauseon (2-0) hosts Bryan Friday at River City Bowl-A-Way.