Bowling tournament results after Day One of West competition

Sunday, February 17, 2019

The Cascade/Mariner High School Varsity bowling team from Everett, coached by Brittany Ralston and Marysville Pilchuck High School team coached by Janet Dills emerged as the top two seeded teams entering tomorrow’s grand finale of the 54th Annual Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association (WSBPA), State High School Varsity Western Washington Bowling Championships taking place at Paradise Entertainment Center in Tacoma.

In singles, Payton Edwards from Curtis H.S., Jaimi Robertson from Lake Stevens H.S. are in 1st place in their respective divisions after 4 games of qualifications.

11 five-person teams laced up their shoes competing in two divisions along with 19 bowlers competing in a singles division. Teams and singles championships will be crowned Sunday, February 17th as the competition resumes at 9:00am.

Statewide snow conditions and mountain pass closures forced the tournament to be split into two events, one in Tacoma and a 2nd in Spokane for the safety of all the student athletes and parents.

More than 1,000 student athletes statewide participated during the bowling season. Now in its 54th year, this is the 2nd longest running High School Bowling Championship in America, following only New York.

Team - Coach - Points - Pinfall

Division I

Cascade/Mariner Brittany Ralston 30 3084
Bellarmine Prep Bryon Chow 24.5 3034
Fife Kevin Gonsalves 18 2718
R.A. Long Robert Nugent 16 2626
Shorecrest Veronica Cook 12.5  2647
Shorewood #1 Ed Wada  8  4414

Cowlitz Larry Nugent 6 4181
Blind Team – Bye 5

Division II

Marysville-Pilchuck Janet Dills 22 2444
Marysville-Getchell Kevin Gallos 19 2304
Meadowdale Bill Zappone 15 2224
Shorewood #2 Tammy Ceesay 4 2087

The Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association is a State Chapter of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America based in Arlington, Texas.


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