During this pandemic, so many changes have made High School more stressful than normal. Lucky for the Winter sports, we can compete with requirements, masks, and distancing. The bowling team this year has 48 bowlers which means that there are several bowlers unable to compete in the scheduled meets. Some of these kids are new to bowling and have improved greatly. They have been working hard at improving their game and I feel they should be able to share their accomplishments with their families and show off their talents.
Yesterday, the Bowling program organized a JV scrimmage for the kids to shine. We had 3 girls' teams and 2 boys' teams going head-to-head in a full meet. The Varsity team members were asked to pick a team and coach for the day. They made all the decisions and lineups as well as giving their team pointers. The smiles and excitement were all you needed to see, to show that we accomplished what we set out to do.
I could not be prouder of these kids. The JV bowlers that worked as a team cheering and laughing and improving their games and the Varsity team members who emersed themselves into Coaching their teams and encouraging each other.
Below are the results of the meet.
Girls Team #1 - Coaches: Jenna Pattee, Christina Harrelson, and Jozee White
Reghan Hermanson 58 76 134
Allaina Bennet Casali 59 93 152
Abby Kearns 121 88 209
Total: 1656 - 1st Place
Girls Team #2 - Coaches: Chloe Tharp, Tori Elwick
Emma Arnold 61 57 118
Jenna Robinson 90 58 148
Aubrey Lund 101 74 175
Total: 1628 - 2nd Place
Girls Team #3 - Coach: Jeana White
Hannah Robinson 90 62 152
Lillie Dahlstrom 80 74 154
Rachel Rollinger 94 93 187
Ella Haefner 98 61 159
Addy Redlinger 110 99 209
Sam Lundvall 122 114 236
Total: 1373 - 3rd Place
Boys Team #1 - Coaches: Riley Richart, Matthew Rippel
Austin Mosher 92 47 139
Heath Hunter 99 77 176
Total: 1703 - 2nd Place
Boys Team #2 - Coaches: Ayden Bearbower, Parker Arnold