Both Wildcat Bowling Teams Are District Champions

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CHS Girls’ Bowling Wins 4th Straight District Title
Submitted by Coach Godley
    The Lady Wildcats (12-0) extended their winning streak to 28 matches, wrapped up their 4th straight district and capped off their 2nd straight undefeated season by beating Denham Springs (5-6) and St Michael’s (6-6) at All Star Lanes over the past week.
    Central defeated Denham 26-1 and 2869-1988 on Wednesday (3-8-17).  Sophomore Alanna Coward led the team with a solid 586 (172,220,194), followed by Senior Brittnee Robinson's 572 which included an outstanding and personal LHSAA high 245 game, Senior Brianna McCurley's 511 (180) and Senior Sariah Short's 493 (177,194).  On Thursday (3-9-17) Central knocked off St Michael's 23-4 and 2704-1987.  McCurley led the way this time with a 539 (196,185), followed by Robinson's 520 (184) and Short's 469 (173).
    The Lady Wildcats cruised through this season’s schedule in blow out after blow out fashion and appear ready for a run at back to back State Championships.  For the season McCurley finished with a team high average of 179 (30-5 personal record), Coward followed with a 171 (29-3) and Brittnee Robinson finished with a 168 (30-6).  The combined 518 average is the highest (known) average on any team in the state.  Congrats to this year's BR Girls District 1 Champions!

Wildcat Boys’ Bowling: District Champs Again
Submitted by Coach Godley
    Central boys (11-1) are once again District Champs after Wednesday’s (3-8-17) victory over Zachary (1-11) 27-0 and 3306-1970. The BR District 1 District Championship is Central’s 4th in 5 years.  Central’s anchor Senior Parker Aucoin once again flirted with perfection by stoning a 10-pin in the 10th frame of the 1st game for a 267 en route to a terrific 679 series (267,226,186).  Senior Dylan Ringo followed with another strong performance with a 623 (204,221,198) while Senior Klaivon Woods added a 217, Senior Parker Wales rolled a 215 and Sophomore Michael Williston had a 201.
    Overall on the season, Aucoin finished with a team high average of 199 (28.5-4.5 personal record) and Dylan Ringo followed with a 197 (27-8), giving Central one of the stronger bottom one-two punches in the state.  Seedings for the State Playoffs should be announced by week’s end.



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