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February 14, 2009

Kegler's Korner: Valley high school bowlers rolling along in state tournament

TERRE HAUTE — Wabash Valley high school bowlers excelled at the Indiana High School Bowling Association regional at Laurel Lanes in Washington on Feb. 7.

Terre Haute South (boys), South Vermillion (boys) and Terre Haute North (girls) advanced teams to the South Bend team semistate. The South boys and North girls were crowned regional champions following stepladder finals.

The South Bend semistate was Feb. 14, but no results were reported prior to the Tribune-Star’s news deadline. State finals will be Feb. 21 at Anderson.

Boys advancing as individuals from the regional were Jacob Wright (South), Cameron Bolinger (South), while Scott Johansen was an alternate. For the girls, advancing was Amanda Perry (North).

Wright emerged as boys regional champion, defeating Cameron Schwinghammer (Southridge) 242-171 in the title match. The following are results of the Washington regional:



Washington regional

Boys teams (all three advance to semistate) — South Vermillion 3,192, Mount Vernon 3,087, Terre Haute South 3,080. Stepladder finals — TH South def. Mount Vernon 415-385, Championship: TH South def. South Vermillion 417-350.

Girls teams (all three advance to semistate) — Terre Haute North 2,669, Jasper 2,668, Evansville Reitz 2,532. Stepladder finals — Reitz def. Jasper 348-317, Championship: TH North def. Reitz 350-338.

Boys singles (locals advancing to semistate) — 1. Jacob Wright (THS) 737, 5. Cameron Bolinger (THS) 671, Alt. Scott Johansen (South Vermillion) 633. Stepladder finals — Andrew Mayes (Reitz) def. Christian Aki (Evansville Central) 206-183, Cameron Schwinghammer (Southridge) def. Mayes 191-173, Championship: Wright def. Schwinghammer 242-171.

Girls singles (locals advancing to semistate) — 3. Amanda Perry (North) 629. Stepladder finals — Perry def. Chelsea LeMond (NE Dubois) 268-184, Jayme Prevo (Central) def. Perry 191-167, Championship: Lindsey Owens (Reitz) def. Prevo 223-172.

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The 40th Greater Terre Haute Bowlers Hall of Fame dinner has been set for 6:30 p.m. on April 27 at Excalibur, located at 212 W. National Avenue in West Terre Haute.

Returning for a return engagement, back by popular demand as it were, as featured speaker is Dick Jonckowski, self-proclaimed as the “Polish Eagle” according to HOF Board of Governors member John Hayes.

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