Bowling: SHS sending 3 Wolves to districts

A trio of Wolves are headed to the West Central District tourney and two more are alternates following the Olympic League tourney in Silverdale on Jan, 23.

SHS’s Madison McKeown, a state tourney competitor last year as a freshman, earned the top individual spot for players not on district qualifying teams after bowling a three-game series of 410 (133-139-138). She’ll be joined at districts by Corrine Klinger, who bowled a 366-pin series (110-129-127) and Gabriella Mattern-Hall, who bowled a 334-pin series (91-124-119).

Anastasia Updike (327 pins) and Trinity Henderson (318) are district alternates.

Klahowya took the league title, with Olympic placing second and Bremerton third; each top-three team advances their squad to districts.

The district tournament is set for 3 p.m. at Paradise Lanes in Tacoma on Saturday, Feb. 1.

Top bowlers and teams at districts advance to the state tourney scheduled for Feb. 6-8 at the Narrows Plaza Bowl in University Place.

All-league honors

McKeown, a sophomore, was named to the all-Olympic League team after her 148-pin average placed her fifth among individual bowlers this season.

Joining her on the all-league list were Klahowya’s Lucille Mitchell, Hannah Catt, Jacklynne Stroup, Hailey Johnson and Faith Chamness, Olympic’s McKenzie Strong, Tara Stump and Rebecca Converse, and Bremerton’s Meaghan Malone.

Gabriella Mattern-Hall was awarded Sequim’s Sportsmanship Award.

More in Sports

Sequim grad earns PGA national award

Sequim alumni and former Peninsula Golf Club head pro Jacob Lippold added… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Aug. 5, 2020

Jersey helps fund PTC efforts The Peninsula Trails Coalition (PTC) has designed… Continue reading

WIAA shuffles seasons, moves may not matter

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced a handful of updates to its… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — Aug. 5, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Merchants League, July 16 Individual results:… Continue reading

WIAA announces tentative prep seasons for 2020-2021

Football, volleyball and girls soccer will be moved to spring as the… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — July 22, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club Championship, July 13-15-17 First… Continue reading

Sports briefs — July 22, 2020

Three days, three aces, one hole Sunland Golf & Country Club may… Continue reading

College Soccer: NWAC pushes season to the spring; basketball to start in January

Peninsula College’s soccer programs will swap its fall season for a spring… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — July 15, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Two-Man Best Ball, July… Continue reading

WWU’s Andrews fends off Auburn teen to win Clallam County Amateur

Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews led the Clallam County Amateur from start… Continue reading

Summer-long challenge planned along Olympic Adventure Trail

A new adventure challenge offered by Peninsula Adventure Sports will allow participants… Continue reading