White County High School bowling team results show wins and losses

Posted By | November 21, 2019 12:25 pm

Back, L-R: Trenton Williams, Curt Morse, Justin Daniels, Clayson Key, Dondre Sparks, Caden Williams, Hunter Wilson, Paul Keller III, Austin Price; front, L-R: Alison Randolph, Sarah Vanlandingham, Olivia Randolph, Allison Thomas, Aleigha Temple, Shelby Keller, Caitlyn Keller; (not pictured): Liam Cole, Haley Richardson, Jurnee Lewis.

By Jerry Lowery

Friday (11/15)

@ Upperman High School

Girls Match Results

White County gets their first loss of the season by a score of 4-23

High Games

(UHS) Taylor Higgins 221 & 220, (WCHS) Sarah Van-landingham 171

Boys’ Match Results

WCHS loses to Upperman by a score of 2-25

High Games

(UHS) Zac Null 214 & 212, (WCHS) Justin Daniels 221

Monday (11/18)

@ Stone Memorial High School

Girls’ Match Results

White County wins by a score of 22-5

High Games

(WCHS) Caitlyn Keller 168, (WCHS) Sarah Vanlanding 166

Boys’ Match Results

White County lost by a score of 10-17

High Games

(SMHS) Collin Tiegs 249, (SMHS) Jordan Pelfrey 214, (WCHS) Justin Daniels 202

Tuesday (11/19)

Upperman High School

Girls’ Match Results

White County lost by a score of 6-21

High Games

(WCHS) Sarah Vanlandingham 232 & 182, (UHS) Taylor Higgins 196

Boys’ Match Results

White County lost by a score of 4-23

High Games

(UHS) Luke Pitman 221, (UHS) Andrew Scantland 243, (WCHS) Justin Daniels 210, (WCHS) Clayson Key 197

Coach Martin commented on the past week’s play.

“We had a disappointing stretch of games, overall,” said Martin. “We faced a very talented Upperman group that challenged both our boys and girls. Upperman has always been an extremely talented team full of experienced, lifetime bowlers. I have a ton of respect for their coaches and players. Our girls competed but just couldn’t put a com-plete game together. I am extremely proud of how our sophomore Sa-rah Vanlandingham has improved her game from last year. She is doing an incredible job, and I am excited to see how she finishes the season. Our boys are being challenged right now, but I am proud of their ef-fort.”

Warrior Bowling will have their final match, which will also be their Senior Night, on Nov. 25, against Jackson County. District tournaments will begin the week of Dec. 2.

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