PREP BOWLING: District Standings/Averages

Thursday, October 15, 2020

District Bowling Standings

District 5 – Boys

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

Walker Valley

3

0

1.000

Bradley Central

0

2

0.000

McMinn Co

0

1

0.000

East Hamilton

0

0

0.000

Rhea Co

0

0

0.000

 

District 5 – Girls

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

Bradley Central

2

0

1.000

Walker Valley

1

2

0.333

McMinn Co

0

1

0.000

East Hamilton

0

0

0.000

Rhea Co

0

0

0.000

 

District 6 – Boys

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

Signal Mountain

4

0

1.000

Hixson

1

1

0.500

CSAS

0

1

0.000

Ivy Academy

0

1

0.000

East Ridge

0

1

0.000

Soddy Daisy

0

1

0.000

 

District 6 – Girls

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

CSAS

0

0

0.000

Soddy Daisy

0

0

0.000

 

 Division II - Boys

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

Notre Dame

1

0

1.000

Boyd Buchanan

0

1

0.000

Knox Webb

0

0

0.000

McCallie

0

0

0.000

Knox Catholic

0

0

0.000

 

Division II – Girls

Wins

Losses

Win Pct

Boyd Buchanan

0

0

0.000

Knox Webb

0

0

0.000

GPS

0

0

0.000

Knox Catholic

0

0

0.000

 

 Averages – Boys

Bowler

School

Average

Cameron Compton

Hixson

243

CJ Petrin

Notre Dame

236

Carson Gary

McMinn Co

218

Jacob Brown

Walker Valley

205

Spencer Foutz

Walker Valley

204

Gage Turner

Hixson

200

Tanner Gaither

Rhea Co

197

Blake Compton

Hixson

190

Jordan Taylor

Walker Valley

189

Landyn Sanders

Signal Mountain

189

Jacob Jarnagin

Walker Valley

186

Boston Eberly

Notre Dame

177

Chris Jones

McMinn Co

177

Austin Mercier

Soddy Daisy

175

Austin Sutton

Walker Valley

175

Alex Goforth

Walker Valley

174

Chase Hoffman

Rhea Co

174

Caleb Kelley

Boyd Buchanan

173

Josh Smith

Bradley Central

171

Patrick Byrne

Notre Dame

170

Griffin Lee

Notre Dame

170

Hunter Farmer

Bradley Central

167

Adam DeSai

Notre Dame

166

Corben Pell

CSAS

164

Walker Hicks

Bradley Central

161

Andy Goidel

Signal Mountain

158

Caleb Austin

Walker Valley

157

Connor Kruse

Boyd Buchanan

157

Kelton Jones

CSAS

157

Ryan Leun

Signal Mountain

156

 

Averages – Girls

 

 

Average

Hannah Winters

Bradley Central

207

Maddie Davis

Walker Valley

181

Arianna Harvey

Rhea Co

166

Becca Rogers

Rhea Co

157

Ciera Chapman

Bradley Central

155

Aaliyah Cagle

McMinn Co

141

Kate Wood

Rhea Co

140

Kat Cross

Bradley Central

136

McKenzie Holder

Bradley Central

135

Kady Clemons

East Ridge

124

Kassie Coleman

Rhea Co

123

Alexandria Sheppard

Walker Valley

116

Madison McElhaney

Hixson

115

Marcy Cody

Walker Valley

112

Amelia Rechter

Knox Catholic

110

Olivia Reddish

Bradley Central

106

Lexi Lee

Rhea Co

105

Sarah Tindell

Soddy Daisy

105

AnJolee Wilson

Walker Valley

101

Caroline Southall

Knox Catholic

100

Kadence Goforth

Walker Valley

99

Cassie Stephenson

Soddy Daisy

98

Katlyn Mynatt

Soddy Daisy

98

Cheyenne Effrick

Rhea Co

97

Anne Marie Thurman

Hixson

96

Haylie Howe

McMinn Co

93

Dakota Ooten

McMinn Co

92

Michelle DuFault

Hixson

90

Lillie Grey

Soddy Daisy

89

Trinity Harris

Ivy Academy

88

 



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