Chattanooga Area Top 20 Prep Bowling Averages

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Here are the top 20 Chattanooga area prep bowling averages as of Monday, December 2, 2013:

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Girls

 

NAME

SCHOOL

AVG

Madi Stanley

GPS

185

Cassy Lee

Sequatchie County

174

Sara Taylor

Soddy Daisy

149

DJ Keith

Central

148

Hannah Crespo

Rhea Co

145

Halie Derrick

McMinn Co

143

Tia Cates

Rhea Co

137

Cayla Knight

Signal Mountain

136

Taylor Battle

GPS

136

Codie Samuelson

Rhea Co

135

Bonnie Hawk

Rhea Co

134

Taylor Reid

GPS

134

Angela Bonds

GPS

132

Annie Freeman

McMinn Co

130

Lacie Heater

Soddy Daisy

129

Rachel Matherly

Rhea Co

129

Katrina Strickel

Soddy Daisy

127

Samantha Addis

Signal Mountain

126

Angel Schultz

McMinn Co

126

Kayla Geren

McMinn Co

124

Kayla Brown

McMinn Co

124

Hali Smith

Central

124

 

 

Boys:

 

NAME

SCHOOL

AVG

Reggie Long

Central

219

Matthew Long

Soddy Daisy

210

Matthew Holliday

Signal Mountain

203

Josh Buie

Hixson

202

Cody Sharp

Hixson

188

Ryan Mosley

Sequatchie County

186

Jared King

McMinn Co

184

Mark Hall

Signal Mountain

183

Austin Lockhart

Sequatchie County

183

Mike Holmes

Signal Mountain

183

Matt Banfield

McMinn Co

181

Shane Wolfe

Chattanooga Christian

179

Jack Freeman

Chattanooga Christian

179

Logan Teague

McMinn Co

178

Brett Kranske

Central

178

Chris Coles

Notre Dame

177

Nathan Cheek

Soddy Daisy

175

Tanner Collins

McMinn Co

174

Brandon Cross

Jake Heater

Silverdale

Soddy Daisy

173

172

Dustin Osborne

Rhea Co

170






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