Generals Bowling Team Wrap-Up

After finishing the regular season with a record of 10-0, the Generals bowling team was the first to finish with an undefeated record. The team then continued onto the sectional, where they posted one of the top 5 scores in the entire state. They then advanced to the regional competition in Evansville, Indiana. With the combination of an unconventional oil pattern on the lane, and an off day for the team as a whole, they were unable to advance to the semi state competition. Despite having a historically dominant regular season, the bowling season for the Generals is now officially over.

Although the team did not have the result that they were hoping for, there is still much to look forward to and be proud of. While the team lost at regional, there were also singles competitions that the players were competing in. Senior Justin Moore finished 2nd at the sectional, and Evan Davis finished 5th. Evan managed to continue competing at semi-state, and finished his season February 3rd at the state competition.

Evan Davis was be the first bowler to compete in the state competition for singles since the General bowling teams inception. He competed in the singles state competition February 3rd in Angleton, Indiana. At this event, Evan was able to finish as the 17th best bowler in the entire state of Indiana. As a whole, this was a season to remember for the Generals. They proved that they were the most dominant team in the conference, and showed that they had talent. Yes, the team did not get the end result that they were striving towards, but the season was still a success. There is also much that can be improved on with the team, as two of the pillars of the team are going to be Juniors next year. Evan Davis and Trenton Murphy are hoping to build on the teams prior success to make for an even better season.

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