Rhea Co. Sweeps Region 3 Bowling Championships

Boyd Buchanan Boys And Girls Are DII East Region Champs

Friday, January 14, 2022 - by special to The Chattanoogan.com

Rhea Co. boys and girls swept the Region 3 bowling championships held recently at Spare Time Lanes here in Chattanooga. The boys defeated Walker Valley, while the girls won over Bradley Central.

In the semifinals the Rhea Co. boys gained a victory over Bradley Central, while Walker Valley defeated Signal Mountain, 14-9.

The girls’ semis saw Rhea winning over East Hamilton by a score of 13-10 and Bradley getting the win over CSAS, 17-6.

In sectional pairings for the boys, Blackman travels to Rehea Co., while Walker valley must ravel to Smyrna. The Rhea Co. girls will entertain White Co. and Bradley goes to Stewarts Creek.

In Division II action, Boyd Buchanan swept the East Region. McCallie and GPS were runners-up in their classification.

The state tournament will be held at the Smyrna Bowling Center, January 19 - 21.

Boys All-Region 3 Tournament Team
Rhea Co - Chase Hoffman, Jadan Lajas, Chance Wampler, Landon Fitzgerald
Walker Valley - Spencer Foutz, Jordan Taylor, Alex Goforth
Bradley Central - Ryan Conner, Walker Hicks
Signal Mountain - Landyn Sanders, Andy Goidel

Girls All-Region 3 Tournament Team
Rhea Co - Ariana Harvey, Lexie Lee, Jenny Hernandez, Kassie Coleman
Bradley Central - Briley Allen, Olivia Reddish, Ciera Chapman
CSAS - Kaileigh Chubb, Janiah Burgess
East Hamilton - Summer Miller, Julianne Evitts

RESULTS:
SEMIFINALS

Boys - Rhea Co defeated Bradley Central

Walker Valley (14) defeated Signal Mountain (9)

Individual Game - WV 1086 - 1021 (5-3)
WV Spencer Foutz - 226, Alex Goforth - 187
SM - Landyn Sanders - 255, Andy Goidel - 200

Baker Games
Game 1 - SM 173-153
Game 2 - SM 188-185
Game 3 - WV 170-168
Game 4 - SM 168-167
Game 5 - WV 202-110


Girls - Rhea Co (13) defeated East Hamilton (10)

Individual Game - RC 918-746 (6-2)
RC - Lexie Lee - 200, Ariana Harvey - 166
EH - Summer Miller - 164

Baker Games
Game 1 - EH 112-103
Game 2 - RC 144-138
Game 3 - RC 161-99
Game 4 - EH 147-97
Game 5 - EH 127-111

Bradley Central (17) defeated CSAS (6)

Individual Game - BC 753-585 (6-2)
BC Ciera Chapman - 159, Briley Allen - 144
CSAS - Janiah Burgess - 148

Baker Games
Game 1 - BC 129-128
Game 2 - CSAS 176-158
Game 3 - BC 156-111
Game 4 -  CSAS 116-111
Game 5 - BC 136-111

FINALS

Boys - Rhea Co defeated Walker Valley

Girls - Rhea Co defeated Bradley Central

Score sheets unavailable.

(Contact Assistant Sports Editor Dennis Norwood at dennisnorwood56@gmail.com; followhim on Twitter at @noogasportsdude)



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