Central Bowling Keeps on Rolling

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By Coach Godley

                Monday, February 10th was definitely not the best performance for both the Central High Boys and Girls Bowling Teams, but in the end, both teams came away with big victories.  The Central Boys (3-1) defeated Broadmoor (2-2) 22-5 and 3010-2636.  This was a rematch from last year’s LHSAA State Playoffs Elite Eight in which Broadmoor won and moved on to the Final Four.  Junior and captain Jacob Garretson led the way with a 213, and freshman Dylan Ringo followed with a 203 in Game 1 for a 6-2 and 1065-987 win.  The boys would put the match away over the next two games with wins of 5-3 (908-850) and 8-0 (1037-799).  Overall, Garretson led the Wildcats with a 614 series (213, 181, 220), followed by Ringo’s 555 (203, 201) and freshman Parker Aucoin’s 549 (204).  Jade Villeneuve was high for Broadmoor with a 615 series (200, 224, 191).

                In a battle of unbeatens in the Baton Rouge Girls District, Central (4-0) knocked off Redemptorist (4-1) by a final score of 17-10 and 2233-2130.  The match was close throughout, and after the first two games, the score was tied 8-8 and almost even in Total Pins.  Central won Game 1 6-2 & 732-672, and the Wolves won Game 2 6-2 & 729-696.  With early control of the District Title on the line, the Lady Wildcats would respond tremendously and roll their highest game of the match with an 805 to win Game 6-2 and keep their undefeated season going.  Central was led by sophomore and co-captain Sarah LeDuff with a 201 game and a 495 series and junior and co-captain Haley Young followed with a 193 and 488.  The Wolves were led by T’Shyla Dyson with a 452 series.

                Central Boys and Girls are back in action Wednesday (2-12-14) at All Star Lanes at 3:15pm.  The Boys take on Woodlawn (3-2) and the Girls bowl against Denham Springs (2-1).