Rally Against Harpeth Hall Falls Just Short

Jason Shuster
The girls bowling team lost to Harpeth Hall by a score of 17-10 today at Hermitage Strike & Spare.  The team got off to a horrific start, bowling (admittedly) their worst game of the season and falling behind 8-0.  After regrouping and some words of inspiration, the team mounted a valiant comeback, winning both games two and three, but unfortunately, the total pinfall was too much to overcome, giving Harpeth Hall the win.  Our girls were led by Ava Cason with a career-best 175 game and Milly West with a 132.  The girls will next travel to Tusculum Strike & Spare on Monday for a match with Lipsco,b Academy , come out and support your Tigers!
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