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Bowling: LWC Men take 6th place in Lincoln Memorial

By Christopher Webster

Harrogate, TN - The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team took sixth place at the Lincoln Memorial Challenge. The Blue Raiders struck 7,029 pins for the event.

Lindsey Wilson scored 4,163 pins across five individual games while adding 2,866 pins across 12 baker scoring matches. The Blue Raiders finishes four games with over 200 pins in the baker scoring matches.

Brandon Pendley provided the best performance of Lindsey Wilson, finishing in 12th place. He bowled over 200 twice in his first five matches and bowled a high of 219. He averaged 181.8 per game and a total of 909 for the event.

Peyton Huskey placed 18th with a high of 210. He averaged 171.8 across five games. Jason Womack took 25th place with a total of 814.

Other notable finishes for the Blue Raiders include Andy O'Dell placing 42nd, Tanner Goodman finishing in 62nd, Patrick Walker at 64th, Payton Redmon in 71st, and Jacob Feign in 79th.

The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team continue their season in the Brandon Burns Memorial on Jan. 8 and 9 in Smyrna, TN.

This story was posted on 2021-12-07 07:25:51
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