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.

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