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Bowling: LWC Women finish 5th at Lincoln Memorial

By Christopher Webster

Harrogate, TN - The Lindsey Wilson women's bowling team took fifth place in the Lincoln Memorial Challenge. The Blue Raiders struck 6,117 pins for the event.

Lindsey Wilson scored 3,614 pins across five individual games while adding 2,503 pins across 12 baker scoring matches.

Jacqueline Oliphant finished in the top-10 of the event, placing ninth with a total of 892 over five games and an average of 178.4 per game. She bowled a high of 219 in her final game.

Brooklyn Carroll placed 23rd with an average of 143.2 per game and 716 total. Right behind Carroll was Tara Manis in 25th place with a total of 679 for the event.

Other notable finishes for the Blue Raiders include Elizabeth Stigers in 31st place, Maylee Price finishing in 35th place, Haven Crawford in 36th place, and Janna Plains finishing in 48th place.

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

This story was posted on 2021-12-07 07:19:14
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