Bowling team participates in state competition

Regan Jones, features editor

At the state bowling competition the boys bowling group placed eighth. While, in girls individual competition junior Cassie Widmer placed 21st on Thursday, Feb. 28 at Bishop Carroll High School.

Bowling coach Adam Wessel thought that the boys did a good job at state.

“Just getting to state was a great accomplishment for our boys, but I know they were disappointed in their performance,” Wessel said. “We bowled really well in the first game and were in contention, but lacked some consistency.”

Widmer is disappointed that she wasn’t able to medal.

“I am really upset with myself on [state] bowling,” Widmer said. “I wanted to get in the top 20, so I could medal and I got 21st and didn’t medal by 5 pins.”

Wessel agrees with Widmer’s reaction.

“Cassie bowled well,” Wessel said. “I think she was probably disappointed that she didn’t medal because it was one of her goals, but she had a pretty solid day.”

The boys team individually placed and the rankings are as follows:

Senior Nicholas Ridgeway placed 13th

Sophomore Cole Gray placed 33rd

Junior Jonathan Darby placed 63rd

Senior Avery Laluk placed 66th

Senior L.J. Hatch placed 67th

Sophomore Cody Deas placed 70th


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