The boys varsity bowling team increased their team record to 3 wins and 1 loss with an easy 3008 to 2560 win over Freedom High School Wednesday. Kyle Paxson led the attack with a 258 game and a 719 series. Craig Mullica had a nice 599 series and Andrew Calvache had a 591 series. Aaron Scheer also did well as a sub with a 2-game total of 412 and a 221 game.

“This was the first 3000 series we have thrown at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes since we went to the FHSAA state format of 3 games by 5 bowlers last season. I was obviously very proud and happy for the team.”

The girls varsity bowling team also increased their record to 3 wins and 1 loss by defeating Freedom by a score of 2163 to 1806. Senior Robin Wright led the attack with a 182 game and a 495 series. Jennifer Beisham and Amy Seay also bowled well.

“The girls are showing signs of becoming a team that could finish in the top 5 of the Metro Conference. Catrina Cruger, a transfer from Alabama, is proving to be a very dependable sub and that is being a big help.”

The JV girls increased their record to 3 and 1 with a 1549 to 1451 win over Freedom. Ashley Preston and Kelly Ansell led the win. The girls won the first game by 25 pins and never looked back.

“I was very proud of the improvement in our young bowlers. Many of these girls just started bowling a month ago and have come a long ways considering how little practice time we have had due to the hurricanes. They also get along well and are fun to coach.”

The JV boys remained undefeated at 4 wins and 0 losses with a 2133 to 1553 win over Freedom. James Morris with a nice 223 game and 512 series led the team to victory. Bryan Crawford also had a 446 series and Brad Preston bowled a 411 series in the win.

“The boys continued to bowl well. We did not bowl as well today as we did at University, but it is difficult to keep your focus when you are so far ahead. It did give us a chance to let everyone play.”


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