Miami Trace bowling sets new school record


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The Miami Trace boys bowling team set a new school record for team high score on Jan. 27, 2016 against Clinton-Massie. (front, l-r); Nathan Anderson, Brandon Hinkley, Jameson Rowland, Gavin Sturgill, Jackson Perkins; (back, l-r); coach Ron Amore Sr., Devon Harmon, Blake Bradshaw, Tony Altop, Quinton Waits, Austin Pickens and coach Kaleb Taylor.


On Jan. 27, 2016, the Miami Trace boys bowling team competed against Clinton-Massie and set a new school record.

The Panthers bowled a team score of 2,703, which included 10 regular and three baker games, or an average of 207.92 pins per game.

The team was led by Jameson Rowland with a 235 and 237 for a total of 472.

Jackson Perkins bowled games of 223 and 193 for a 416.

Blake Bradshaw had a two-game total of 408 (183 and 225); Devon Harmon had a 221 and a 159 game for a total of 380 and Nate Anderson had a 199 and 168 for a 367 total.

Brandon Hinkley and Gavin Sturgill both bowled in the baker games, which were 263, 234 and 163 for a total of 660, establishing the new school record of 2,307.

“This was a real team effort by these young men,” Miami Trace coach Ron Amore Sr. said.

The Miami Trace boys bowling team set a new school record for team high score on Jan. 27, 2016 against Clinton-Massie. (front, l-r); Nathan Anderson, Brandon Hinkley, Jameson Rowland, Gavin Sturgill, Jackson Perkins; (back, l-r); coach Ron Amore Sr., Devon Harmon, Blake Bradshaw, Tony Altop, Quinton Waits, Austin Pickens and coach Kaleb Taylor.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_MTboysbowlingteam20152016.jpgThe Miami Trace boys bowling team set a new school record for team high score on Jan. 27, 2016 against Clinton-Massie. (front, l-r); Nathan Anderson, Brandon Hinkley, Jameson Rowland, Gavin Sturgill, Jackson Perkins; (back, l-r); coach Ron Amore Sr., Devon Harmon, Blake Bradshaw, Tony Altop, Quinton Waits, Austin Pickens and coach Kaleb Taylor.

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