Local bowlers make all-district

Staff Report

Posted 1/3/18

On the Eve of the District 5 bowling tournament, regular season honors were awarded to numerous Bradley County athletes. Thanks to steady aim, poise and strong coaching helping along the way, a …

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Local bowlers make all-district

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On the Eve of the District 5 bowling tournament, regular season honors were awarded to numerous Bradley County athletes. 

Thanks to steady aim, poise and strong coaching helping along the way, a total of 13 bowlers were selected to the all-district team.

With a first-place finish for both Walker Valley teams, as the boys and girls are a  combined 23-2 overall, a total of eight bowlers received the honor: Hannah Raper, Michaela Brown, Maddie Davis, Natily Haro, Jacob Brown, Trent Jones, Jonathan Womble and Hayden Word.

Bradley Central landed five on the list: Leah White, Makayla Stewart, Angel Anderson, Colin Cartwright and Dallas Taylor.

Word and White each finished second in total pin fall in the district with season averages of 214.51 and 192.5.

The Mustangs finished the regular season with a 14-1 record and are ranked fifth overall in the Boys Division 1 rankings according to tennesseeprepbowling.com.

White has helped the Bearettes to a 6-4 mark this season, one of its best in school history.

The District 5  tournament begins Thursday in Dayton, with semifinals action slated to start at 8 a.m. at Crystal Lanes.

The first-seeded Lady Mustangs will take on Rhea County and (2) Bradley Central will take on (3) East Hamilton at 8 a.m. These matches will be followed by (1) Walker Valley against (5) Bradley Central at 10:30.

District championship matches will begin at 1 p.m., with the top two able to qualify for the Region 3 tournament.

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