By MAURICE PATTON firstname.lastname@example.org SMYRNA — Luke Flatt’s last ball was a strike.The Columbia Central junior didn’t have enough of those over the course of his eight Division I state bowling tournament games Thursday to extend his stay into Friday, though, as the 2016 state titlist fell short of the state finals at the Smyrna Bowling Center.After advancing through the quarterfinals with a total pinfall of 773 — 16th among the 24 semifinalists — Flatt managed a 791 in his next four games....
By MAURICE PATTON email@example.com
Talk about any rivalry, and eventually the phrase will come up:Throw the records out the window.But clichés are clichés in part because they are applicable, and when it comes to the annual McDonald’s Shootout doubleheader between Columbia Central and Spring Hill, the description certainly fits.Take last year.
By MAURICE PATTON firstname.lastname@example.org Maury County’s entrants in the TSSAA individual state bowling championships that begin Thursday at Smyrna Bowling Center have some level of experience in the environment that awaits, for the most part.Three of the four local state qualifiers — Santa Fe sophomore Trevor Brady and Columbia Central senior Alisha Carter and junior Luke Flatt — have competed in previous state tournaments.“Having done it already, I don’t feel as many nerves as I did the first...
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Selecting a term
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