Bazzell, Petrin Named To All-State Bowling Team

Saturday, April 21, 2018

The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced its 2018 Bowling All-State teams on Thursday for Division I and Division II. Student-athletes are selected based on their finish in the TSSAA Championships.

Baylor senior Ashton Bazzell was second in Division II girls.

Notre Dame freshman C.J. Petrin finished fourth in the Division II individual competition.  

BOYS
Division I
Calin Meeks, Hardin County, Sr.
Xavier Powell Short, Smyrna, Jr.
Zach Price, McMinn County, Sr.


Josh Meeke, Smyrna, Jr.
Jacob Berry, Blackman, So.

Division II
Jackson Stanley, Christian Brothers, Sr.
Jimmy Morrow, Memphis University School, Sr.
Nick Agnew, St. Benedict at Auburndale, Sr.
Quinn Collins, Pope John Paul II, Jr.
C.J. Petrin, Notre Dame, Fr.

GIRLS
Division I
Megan Metz, Wilson Central, Sr.
Danielle Jedlicki, Siegel, Jr.
Faith Welch, Hardin County, Jr.
Sarah Sanes, Blackman, Jr.
Lindsay Manning, Lebanon, Sr.

Division II
Kennedy West, Friendship Christian, So.
Ashton Bazzell, Baylor School, Sr.
Leah Hayes, Clarksville Academy, Fr.
Lauren Davis, St. Mary's Episcopal School, Sr.
Alexa Pangonas, St. Benedict at Auburndale, Jr.

 



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