They won their division titles and now they have class championships to add to their medal haul this winter.

Waverly and Tioga won their respective classes during the Section IV Class boys' bowling championships Monday.

The Wolverines edged Windsor 3,056-3,048 for the Class B title while the Tigers scored 2955 pins, nearly 300 more than second place Edison (2677).

Notre Dame took third in Class D with a score of 2631.

Billy Cowles led the way for Waverly with a 652 series, good enough for third best in Class B. He had games of 198, 218 and 236.

Mason Beard rolled a 638 series for the Wolverines, with games of 248, 197 and 193. His first game was third best in the class.

Also for Waverly, Conner Joseph rolled 629 with games of 216, 176 and 237, Trevor Campbell rolled 617 with games of 237, 199 and 181 while Ben Cowles had two games of 176 and 188. Cameron Lunn added a game of 156 to the Wolverine score.

For Tioga, Chris Potucek had the highest series in Class C with a 696 score while teammate Travis Moyer rolled 652 for third highest.

Potucek had games of 216, 221 and 259 while Moyer rolled games of 190, 206 and 224.

Also for the Tigers, Alex Boughton rolled a 611 with games of 195, 224 and 192, Josh Welch rolled 555 with games of 185, 184 and 186, Zack Krapf rolled games of 211 and 133 while Tyler Chesebro rolled a game of 129.

For the Crusaders, Alex Sherman led the way with a 577 series behind games of 205, 202 and 170 while Joel Seidman rolled 549 with games of 172, 196 and 181.

Also for Notre Dame, Matt Dieg rolled 547 with games of 173, 225 and 149, Chris Tuma rolled 505 with games of 146, 168 and 191, Riccardo Gennali had a game of 157 while Joe Rickard rolled two games of 1682 and 128.

Bainbridge-Guilford won Class D with a score of 3042.

Local bowlers will return to action on Saturday back at Midway Lanes for the State qualifier.