2023 All-Stars of Boys Bowling in the News-Herald

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The News-Herald is proud to name its 2023 boys bowling all-stars. The honor of News-Herald Boys Bowler of the Year is once again being annointed this year and goes to Wickliffe student-athlete Paul Throckmorton. Throckmorton earned first-team All-Ohio honors, placing fourth in Division II. He also won the district championship, rolling an impressive 667 series, and placed fourth at the sectionals with a 578. With this honor, Throckmorton is now the fourth Wickliffe student-athlete to be recognized as the News-Herald’s top athlete in the “modern” one-MVP era of all-stars.

The following bowlers have been handpicked as the News-Herald’s top performers of the year and make up the 2023 all-star roster: Wyatt Toth from Benedictine, Levi Rohl from Berkshire, Alex Avery from Brush, Brayden Huey from Euclid, Trevor Stretch from Kenston, Deshawn Patton from Mayfield, Dakota McPadden from NDCL, Ethan Hutson from North, Anthony Sakenes from South, Paul Kilroy from VASJ, and Paul Lumadue from Wickliffe.

The News-Herald is a local newspaper that serves Cleveland’s eastern suburbs from Wickliffe to Mentor in Lake County, Ohio. Since its founding in 1922, The News-Herald has provided news and entertainment for its local readers. The paper covers news, features, and sports, along with providing valuable content related to its coverage area. The paper’s commitment to its community includes highest-quality sports coverage, including its annual pick for the News-Herald Boys Bowler of the Year.

Paul Throckmorton is a Wickliffe student-athlete who has been selected as the News-Herald Boys Bowler of the Year. Throckmorton earned first-team All-Ohio honors, placing fourth in Division II. He also won the district championship, rolling an impressive 667 series, and placed fourth at the sectionals with a 578. By winning this honor, Throckmorton becomes the fourth Wickliffe student-athlete to be recognized as the News-Herald’s top athlete in the “modern” one-MVP era of all-stars. This marks a major accomplishment for Throckmorton and Wickliffe which will stay in memory for a long time.