CK, Klahowya bowling teams on to state

South Kitsap, Bremerton, Central Kitsap and Klahowya bowlers competed at the West Central Districts at Bowlero in Tukwila recently.

The Eagles and Knights were two of 10 teams competing in the 1A/2A division. The top four teams and nine individuals not from an advancing team qualified for state while the following two were alternates.

Klahowya finished second by knocking down 2,787 pins in three combined games and four baker games; Orting won by knocking down 2,933 pins.

Salina Stroup finished with the highest score, knocking down 533 pins. Neveah Glance finished third with 514 pins, Tatum Robbins finished 31st with 411, Ray Ventura finished 37th with 401 and Allie Corn finished 57th with 345 pins.

Bremerton finished ninth by knocking down 2,477 pins. Lauren Rigby will be the only Knight moving on to state finishing 11th with 471 pins. In addition, Olympic’s Lilly Converse will be the first alternate to state after finishing 18th with 450 pins.

At the 3A division, the top five teams and 12 individual bowlers not from an advancing team qualified for state, also with two alternates.

Since Central Kitsap finished fourth with 2,951 pins, the Cougars will head to state as a team. Jade Mari Casal finished seventh with 528 pins, Mya Hagge finished 25th with 452, Aiyona Hagins finished 26th with 448 and Tayler Lindstrom finished 38th with 424.

In the 4A division, the top three teams and nine individuals not from an advancing team qualified for state with two alternates.

South Kitsap just missed the cut, finishing fourth with 2,851 pins. Kaitelyn Chermak will be the first alternate after finishing 15th with 492 pins.