Hempfield Strikes Gold, Sweeps Boys and Girls WPIBL Bowling Titles

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Thursday, February 24, 2011 | 12:00 AM


It was a clean sweep on the alleys for Hempfield as both the boys and girls bowling teams captured titles in the 2011 WPIBL team championships. On Wednesday, the Spartans' boys captured gold for the first time since 2003 while on Thursday, the Hempfield girls cruised to a fourth consecutive bowling crown and their sixth championship in nine years.

The win by both the boys and the girls in the same year was the first WPIBL sweep since Penn Hills won both titles in 2007. Hempfield also accomplished the bowling sweep in 2003.

Here are the final teams results from both the boys and the girls team championships.

WPIBL BOYS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL RESULTS:

1) HEMPFIELD SPARTANS – 2,565

2) Chartiers Valley Colts – 2,446

3) Baldwin Highlanders – 2,444

3) East Allegheny Wildcats – 2,444

5) West Mifflin Titans – 2,441

6) Moon Tigers – 2,380

7) Butler Golden Tornado – 2,380

8) Hopewell Vikings – 2,324

9) Greensburg-Salem Golden Lions – 2,311

10) Montour Spartans – 2,298

11) Plum Mustangs – 2,291

12) Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings – 2,262

13) Penn Hills Indians – 2,227

14) Shaler Titans – 2,144

15) North Allegheny Tigers – 2,068

16) Rochester Rams – 1,026

WPIBL GIRLS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL RESULTS:

1) HEMPFIELD SPARTANS – 2,762

2) Penn-Trafford Warriors – 2,465

3) Gateway Gators – 2,374

4) Butler Golden Tornado – 2,341

5) North Allegheny Tigers – 2,337

6) Penn Hills Indians – 2,333

7) Moon Tigers – 2,258

8) Hopewell Vikings – 2,188

9) Montour Spartans – 2,158

10) Baldwin Highlanders – 2,142

11) West Mifflin Titans – 2,133

12) Beaver Falls Tigers – 2,069

13) Canon-McMillan Big Macs – 1,967

14) Bishop Canevin Crusaders – 1,844

15) New Castle Red Hurricane – 1,791

16) East Allegheny Wildcats – 1,728

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