Lebanon's Manning finishes fifth- SMYRNA -- Wilson Central’s Megan Metz and Friendship Christian’s Kennedy West each claimed their stake as the best girls bowlers in the state of Tennessee Friday, capturing the girls state individual title in Division I and II, respectively at the Smyrna Bowling Center.Second-seeded West, who averaged 164 in qualifying, beat 4-seed Leah Hayes 181-148 in the girls semifinals.
SMYRNA – Smyrna junior Xavier Powell-Short knew to win an individual state championship, he was going to have to run a gauntlet of the best bowlers in the state. Powell-Short nearly succeeded, finishing second in the TSSAA boys individual state championships on Friday, falling to No. 1 seed Calin Meeks 237-186 in the final. “I was proud of myself,” Powell-Short said.
Add bowling to the list of sports dominated by Rutherford County this year. Of the six bowlers to advance to the boys individual state finals, four of them are from Rutherford County; of the six girls finalists, three of them are Rutherford bowlers.Siegel’s Danielle Jedlicki, the defending state champion and girls top seed, showed why she sits atop the girls field for the second consecutive year, averaging 209 in the girls quarterfinals and 205 in the semifinals, holding off the No.
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