Girls Loses Close Match To Clarksville Academy

Jason Shuster
The girls bowling team lost a very close match to Clarksville Academy by a score of 16-11 today at The Pinnacle in Clarksville.  The girls bowled a solid first game, but found themselves in a deep hole as Clarksville came out on fire.  Our girls rebounded in a big way in the second game, winning by 100 pins to tie the match at 8; the third game would be worth all the marbles.  Both teams seemed to struggle a bit in the third game, but Clarksville was able to throw a few more strikes than us to win the game and therefore the match.  Our girls were led today by Milly West, who bowled a 200 game today!  This is only the second 200 game bowled in USN Girls Bowling history, so this is quite an accomplishment.  I would also like to acknowledge Sarah Manz, who bowled a 165, which is her highest score ever in a match!  The girls will travel to Hendersonville Strike & Spare tomorrow to bowl JPII, come out and support your Tigers!
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