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February 19, 2006

Keggler's Korner: North, South students headed to state finals

A pair of high school bowlers have earned the title state finalist.

Kara Bunting, a senior at Terre Haute South and 2004 Indiana High School Bowling girls individual state champion (as a sophomore), placed second in the individual competition at the IHSB Noblesville Semistate at Cooper’s Stardust Bowl on Saturday.

Bunting earned her state finals slot by firing a three-game series of 621, but was defeated by Lisa MacAllister of Brownsburg 209-184 in the final stepladder game to determine the Semistate champion.

Allen Breshears, a senior at Terre Haute North, qualified for the state finals for the second straight year with a 588 series to finish seventh in the boys individual competition.

North’s boys team had a team score of 2,879 good enough for fifth place in the 12-team field. However, only the top four teams advanced to the state finals, the Patriots missing the cut by just 15 pins.

Two other South bowlers, Brittany Gambill and Jordan Stone competed in the semistate but did not advance to the state finals.



High school regional — Breshears was the boys individual champion in the Indiana High School Bowling Southwest Regional at the Terre Haute Bowling Center on Feb. 11.

Breshears was the top qualifier with a three-game series of 716 then defeated Adam Marchino of Jasper 224-215 in the Regional championship game.

Gambill was the second-high qualifier in the girls individual competition with a three-game set of 612. Gambill finished third after losing to eventual Regional champion Karmyn Mosley of Lawrence Central 203-158 in the semifinal match.

Breshears and Gambill advanced to the Noblesville Semistate along with Stone (618) and Bunting (573).

In the team competition, Terre Haute North’s boys team — coached by Phil Cooper — placed fifth overall with a score of 2,999 and also advanced to the Noblesville Semistate.



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