|3/26/2013 9:59:00 AM|
Stubler wins IESA bowling title, breaks record
NT Sports Staff
|Oglesby Holy Family eighth grader Nate Stubler (center) poses with his parents, Bob and Sindee Stubler, after winning the IESA State Bowling Tournament over the weekend at Town & Country Lanes in Joliet. Stubler won with a state record 2,167 pins.|
Oglesby Holy Family has another state champion.
Earlier this year, the eighth grade boys basketball team captured an IESA state championship.
Over the weekend, eighth grader Nate Stubler claimed another state title for the school.
And Stubler did it in record fashion.
Stubler rolled a state-record 2,167 10-game series at Town & Country Lanes in Joliet to win the IESA state bowling championship.
His championship performance also included a 728 three-game series, which also is an IESA record.
Stubler wasn’t the only area bowler to excel in the state meet.
Eighth grader Kyle Follmer rolled a 1,569 series to place 44th and lead Ladd to an eighth-place finish with 4,002 pins. Minooka won the team title with 7,371 pins.
Other Ladd participants were eighth grader Simon Burcham (53rd, 1,460), fifth grader Carter Devert (84th, 525) and seventh grader Westley Schmidt (114th, 448).
Trinity Catholic eighth grader Chris Moore rolled a 1,664 to finish 34th. Classmate Jacob Sanchez finished 135th with a 371.
Sixth grader Malcolm Roebuck led Waltham North by bowling a 1,490 to place 50th. Classmates Robert Linn (529) and Caleb Tomaseski (415) finished 83rd and 120th, respectively.
Seventh grader Tyler Marcinkus paced Tonica by taking 55th with a 1,442. Other Tonica bowlers were seventh graders Matt Huska (98th, 497) and David Hillyer (113th, 448).
Oglesby Holy Family seventh grader Jeff Shan finished 145th with a 325.
In the girls meet, Ladd seventh grader Erin Biccochi had the best area finish as she rolled a 1,544 to place 21st.
Oglesby Holy Family eighth grader Katie Brandt had the second-best area finish with a 1,390 to take 39th.
Other Ladd bowlers were sixth grader Gabby Englehaupt (92nd, 415), eighth grader Tori Coble (110th, 370) and seventh grader Hannah Bernardoni (121st, 309).
Also competing for Holy Family were eighth graders Rhiannon Siebert (66th, 476), Mary Argubright (70th, 469) and Allison Anthony (83rd, 442).
Tonica seventh grader Hailey Maurice finished 120th with a 315.
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