Notre Dame, Rhea County Are Region Winners At State Bowling Tournament

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Notre Dame High School won the East Region, finishing ahead of McCallie, at Divisioin II state bowling in Smyrna on Thursday.

In Division I, Rhea County won for Region 3 over Bradley Central.

McCallie School bowlers Andrew Haun and Jet Hieronymus each advanced to the championship round of the Division II Boys State Bowling Individual Tournament.

Haun, a sophomore, recorded a four-game total of 885, two pins behind Notre Dame sophomore C.J.
Petrin for the No. 3 spot. Haun scored a 264, a 209 and a 230 in the second, third and fourth games respectively. The 264 was a tournament high.

Hieronymus, a junior, stands fourth with 844 total pins, including a game-two score of 222 and a game-four 227.

The top six bowlers advance to Friday's championship rounds which begins at 10 a.m. ET.

Friendship Christian's Dalton Karstens leads the field with 890 total pins.

Notre Dame and McCallie as well as Rhea County and Bradley Central qualified for the team portion of the state tournament.
 
McCallie faces Pope John Paul II Friday at 1 p.m. ET in the team quarterfinals.
 
Division I
 
REGION TOURNAMENT RESULTS
 
Region Winner Runner-Up
1 Greeneville Cherokee
2 Sevier Co. Bearden
3 Rhea Co. Bradley Central
4 Smyrna Lawrence Co.
5 Brentwood Centennial
6 Lebanon White House
7 Hardin Co. Dyer Co.
8 Bartlett Collierville

 

SECTIONAL PAIRINGS & RESULTS

Visitor Home Result

Bearden (Runner-Up Region 2 Greeneville (12-6) (Winner Region 1) Greeneville 21, Bearden 6

Cherokee (6-6) (Runner-Up Region 1) Sevier Co. (17-1) (Winner Region 2) Sevier Co. 20.5, Cherokee 6.5

Lawrence Co. (16-2) (Runner-Up Region 4 Rhea Co. (15-4) (Winner Region 3) Lawrence Co. 20, Rhea Co. 7

Bradley Central (Runner-Up Region 3 Smyrna (Winner Region 4) Smyrna 22, Bradley Central 5

White House (14-4) (Runner-Up Region 6 Brentwood (Winner Region 5) White House 20.5, Brentwood 6.5

Centennial (15-2) (Runner-Up Region 5) Lebanon (18-4) (Winner Region 6) Lebanon 19, Centennial 8

Collierville (Runner-Up Region 8) Hardin Co. (15-0) (Winner Region 7) Hardin Co. 22.5, Collierville 4.5

Dyer Co. (6-4) (Runner-Up Region 7) Bartlett Winner Region 8) Bartlett 18, Dyer Co. 9 

Division II
 
EAST REGION
Champions Notre Dame High School Runner-Up McCallie School
MIDDLE REGION Champions Friendship Christian School Runner-Up Pope John Paul II High School Third Place Ezell-Harding Christian School Fourth Place Clarksville Academy
WEST REGION Champions St. Benedict at Auburndale Runner-Up Christian Brothers High School 

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