WCHS bowling team opens season
By Andy Southard | November 6, 2017 8:10 am
The White County High School bowling team opened its season, on Oct. 23, against Upperman High School, at Bowling World, in Cookeville. The bowling team would then turn around and have a match, on Oct. 24, against Cumberland County, in Crossville.
Against Upperman, the Warriorettes were defeated 18-9 by the Lady Bees. Upperman won the total pinfall for the three games 1989-1707.
WCHS lost the first match 695-602 but picked up two individual wins in the match. Megan Wilson won her game 118 to 84, and Sabrina Cherry won her match 94-80. Other scores were Allie Rose (97) Caitlyn Keller (102), Abbi Blaylock (91), and Lexi Hayes (100).
Upperman won the second match 723-532. The only thing that saved a sweep in this game was Wilson winning her match 143-130.
Other scores where Sabrina Cherry (72), Caitlyn Keller (98), Marlee Dyer (70), Robin Judd (57), and Lexi Hayes (92).
In the final match, the Warriorettes won four of the six games and won the total pinfall 573-571. Allie Rose won her match 105-78. Megan Wilson picked up the win. She won her match 112 to 108. Abbi Blaylock also was victorious, winning 100-88. Robin Judd was the other Warriorette to come out victorious, winning 96-95. Other scores were Marlee Dyer (70) and Lexi Hayes (90).
The Warriors were also defeated by Upperman 22-5. Upperman won the total pinfall 3031-2553.
In the first match, Upperman won the total pinfall 951-887. The Warriors picked up 3 points in the game by winning three games – Hunter Wilson (158-127), Casey Kolath (190-131), and Justin Daniels (183-131). Other scorers were Payton Newman (92), Justice Hamilton (139), and Trae Usie (125).
In the second match, Upperman won 8-0 and won the total pinfall 1113 to 807. Scores in this game were Hunter Wilson (136), Casey Kolath (139), Zach Burrier (102), Justin Daniels (146), Trae Usie (130), and Justice Hamilton (154).
In the final match, the Warriors lost this game 9-2 and lost the total pinfall 967-859.
The Warriors won two matches, with Justine Daniels winning 157-130, and Justice Hamilton won 189-129. Other scores were Payton Newman (130), Casey Kolath who was subbed out in the third frame for Joey Burrier finished, with a 107, Noble Hawkins (157), and Hunter Wilson (119).
At Cumberland County, The Warriorettes fell by a total pinfall of 754-625. The high games in these matches were Abbi Blaylock, with a 147, and Megan Wilson with a 142.
On the boys’ side, the Warriors lost 18-9 and by a total pinfall of 2816-2659. The high games in this match were Justin Daniels, with a 174, and Casey Kolath with a 173.
The bowling team will return to action this week, with three matches scheduled. On Nov. 6, the Warriors and Warriorettes will take on Cumberland County at Cookeville’s Bowling World. On Nov. 7, the two teams will return to Cookeville to take on Upperman High School. They will close out the week, on Thursday, when they travel to Jamestown to take on York High School. Monday and Tuesday’s matches are set to begin at 3:45 p.m., and Thursday’s match will start at 4 p.m.