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High School Varsity Bowling Championships Coming This Weekend


Feb 10, 2014

The 49th Annual State High School Varsity Bowling Championships will be held Saturday & Sunday, February 15-16, 2014, at Narrows Plaza Bowl in University Place. Admission is FREE.

     

25 five-person teams will compete in three divisions along with 40 bowlers competing in a singles division. The event will take two days to crown State Champions. Teams qualified for the State Championships based on their order of finish in regional leagues held statewide between November 1st and January 31st.

 

Division I

Coach

League

Ave.

Oak Harbor #1

Jason Youngsman

Skagit

981

Shadle Park

Gary Snyder

Spokane

945

Woodinville

Mac McLaughlin

KINGCO

903

Omak

Dale Dunckel

CEW

891

Wenatchee

Scott Cervine

CEW

868

Inglemoor

Lori Renner

KINGCO

856

West Valley

Tawna Titchenal

Spokane

856

Terrace

Bob Davidson

No. Seattle

853

Cheney

Rich Oens

Spokane

852

       

Division II

     

Oak Harbor #2

Carlton Johnson Sr

Skagit

841

Bellarmine

Bryon Chow

Tacoma

838

Rogers

John Strawn

Spokane

830

Moses Lake

Ed Samuelson

CEW

824

Eastmont

Ron Rees

CEW

814

Ferndale/Blaine

Chris Antonson

Skagit

802

Lakewood

Cindee Dowele

Snohomish

797

Curtis

Jeff Grosshans

Tacoma

791

       
       

Division III

     

Marysville Arts

Gary Schopf

Snohomish

786

Shorewood

Tammy Ceesay

No. Seattle

781

Mark Morris

Larry Nugent

Longview

772

Kentlake

Kevin Nagasawa

South Seattle

769

Meadowdale

Steven Lane

No. Seattle

755

Lake Stevens

Jean Dye

Snohomish

738

Kelso

Bob Nugent

Longview

735

Shorecrest

Veronica Cook

No. Seattle

714

 

Oak Harbor High School will be vying for their 4th consecutive State Championship.

More than 1,500 student athletes statewide participate during the bowling season. Now in its 49th year, this is the 2nd longest running High School Bowling Championship inAmerica, following onlyNew York. Media coverage is invited and will be assisted.

Teams will bowl five, 5 games matches on Saturday beginning at 11:00 a.m. using the Swiss Format. Teams return Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. to bowl, five, five game Baker matches with total points won over the two days determining the State Champions.

The Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association is a State Chapter of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America based in Arlington, Texas.

Website: www.wsbpa.org


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