Your favorite Bowling team opened their season against league rival Ross yesterday. Both boys teams started the year off with impressive wins. The varsity boys were led by the sure-handed Austin Burnett who had the high series of 410, and games of 221 and 189. Freshman phenom Sam Cross, who nearly bowled a perfect game in tryouts, stayed hot and had the high game of 235. Veteran Michael Anderson rolled two games around 200 and Nate Steele helped with two games around 170. Freshman Evan Mauldin started his high school career with an impressive 177. The boys scored a 2609, which is the third highest total in the past three years. Nice work, fellas. Stay hot.
The JV boys were led by Shaun Hogeback with the high game of 191 and high series of 347. Matthew Sizemore started his high school career off right with games of 172 and 167 in his first ever match. Zach Freeze chipped in a 149 to help in the win.
The girls Bowling teams didn't fare as well, and both suffered defeats against a solid Ross team. The varsity girls were led by Jasmine Houchin who had a career best game of 215, which was the high game, and also had the high series of 322. Jordan Seiller had two games in the 130s. Ally Rodgers had a 143, while Lauren Wright added a 130. Senior Hayley Davis also chipped in a 118.
The JV girls, with all new faces, were led by Rikki Gilbert, who had her career best game of 108, which was the high game, and also had the high series of 204. Taylor Hawn also had a career-best 105. Morgan Hackworth also had a 105. Also bowling were Natalie Kiser, Hailee McAfee and Jillian Daniels.
The teams have their first home match today against a tough Fairfield team. Come on out and show your love for your favorite bowlers. Picture us bowling.