CK, Klahowya both 5th in state bowling

Central Kitsap placed fifth in state in 3A and Klahowa fifth in 1A/2A in the bowling championships Feb. 3.

CK had 6,793 pins knocked down.

Mya Hagge tied for 12th with 1,043 pins knocked down, Tayler Lindstrom finished 18th with 984, Maya Ranada was 24th with 945, Jade Mari Casal was 39th with 873 and Aiyona Hagins was 76th with 683.

The Cougars top individual game was 812 and the top baker game was 174

The Eagles qualified as a team and finished fifth out of eight teams with 6,395 pins knocked down in six individual games and 14 bakers. The Eagles top individual game was 782 and the top baker was 186.

Salina Stroup was their top individual, finishing 12th with 956 pins in six games. Allie Corn finished 23rd with 896, Nevaeh Glance 27th with 883, Tatum Robbins 40th with 822 and Ray Ventura 44th with 798.

Bremerton’s Lauren Rigby bowled as an individual and finished 24th with 895 pins.

South Kitsap had one bowler compete in the 4A division. Kaitelyn Chermak finished 43rd with 847 pins.