Kitsap teams reach podium at state bowling tournament

The Klahowya Eagles found themselves in a similar situation, finishing fourth at the 1A/2A state bowling tournament Feb. 4.

The Eagles knocked down 7,159 pins in six regular games and 14 baker games, 360 pins behind champions W.F. West.

Although the Eagles did not take home any gold medals, two individuals reached the podium. Lucy Mitchell finished second with 1,151 pins, falling to W.F. West’s Piper Chambers with 1,206. Hailey Johnson finished sixth with 1,107 pins in the individual games.

Jessica Hedahl and Salina Stroup finished 27th and 29th with 853 and 847 pins knocked down. Edyn Weekman finished 39th with 791 pins knocked down.

South Kitsap finished sixth in the 4A division after knocking down 6,535 pins. Ariana Conrad led the Wolves with an eighth-place finish after scoring 1,035 pins. Abigail Schauer took 16th with 964 pins. Cynthia Herrera finished 30th with 913 pins.

Central Kitsap finished fifth in the 3A division with 6,474 pins knocked down. Abigail Trout captured 22nd with 942 pins while Gracie Luk captured 28th with 922 pins.