TEXAS HIGH SCHOOLS AWARD TEAM AND SINGLES CHAMPIONS UNDER STRICT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
With 2020 being a difficult year due to Covid-19 the THSBC made some implementations for the safety and health concerns of the bowlers for the season. It was anticipated these adjustments are a one-time event and while some may be
inconvenient without them the event would not be conducted. Masks were required for all bowlers, coaches, spectators, volunteers, and staff. Spectators were limited to one per bowler. New this year, a wristband for every bowler,
spectator and coach was mailed to the district coordinator. Temperature checks were taken at the door. This would cut down on the amount of traffic at the front door to align with social distancing. Based on the occupancy levels we had
to limit the number of teams and single entrants for the tournament. The tournament was a great success, and we look forward to the 2021-22 season.
The Plano Senior Wildcats (coed team) 3rd seed won the boys state bowling championship by defeating the Randall Raiders Canyon 2nd seed Saturday at Bandera Bowl in San Antonio. This
year we had 28 boys’ teams and the top 10 teams advanced to a baker eliminator round. The top ten seeds were Antonian Prep, Randall Raiders, Plano Senior (coed), Sachse (coed), Willis (coed), Georgetown, New Braunfels,
Bridgeland, Warren, and Plano East. The round of five teams after 3 games of bowling were Randall Raiders, Plano Senior (coed), Willis (coed) and Antonian Prep. From the top five teams after 3 games
bowling fielded the top two teams, Plano Senior (coed) and Randall Raiders, Canyon. The finals (3 games were Plano 594 and Randall 571).
The Antonian Prep reigning champions from 2018 and the 5th seed won the girls state bowling championship by defeating Round Rock Dragons 1st Saturday at Bandera Bowl in San Antonio. This
year we had 20 girls’ teams and the top 10 teams advanced to a baker eliminator round. The top ten seeds were Round Rock, Cy Ridge, Allen, Warren, Antonian Prep, Steele, Langham Creek, New Braunfels, J Frank Dobie, and Randall.
The round of five teams after 3 games of bowling were Antonian Prep, Round Rock, Allen, Cy Ridge, Warren. From the top five teams after 3 games bowling fielded the top two teams, Antonian Prep and Round Rock.
The finals (3 games were Antonian Prep 538 and Round Rock 454).
Seeded #9 going into the match play finals, Allen’s, Carlen Gattenby rolled through the bracket to capture the girls’ singles title Sunday at Bandera Bowl in San Antonio by defeating #14 seed Shelby Davis of La Porte 214-196.
Out of 40 Girls Single Entrants the top 16 seeded were: Katharina Mente, Keller, Payton Trevino, Antonian Prep, Alyssa Ballard, Timber Creek, Jacqueline Rangel, Brandeis, Kara Kay, New Braunfels, Natalie Savant, Brandeis, Vanessa Noftsier, Morton Ranch, Frances Davila, Health Careers, Carlen Gattenby, Allen, Kendall Williamson, Cy Ridge, Sara Pierce, Kingwood, Jaslyn Fox, Willis, Veronyca West, Flower Mound Marcus, Shelby Davis, La Porte, Kate Edwards, Canyon Comal, Desiree Buchert, Taft.
#12 seed Caleph Smith of Conroe High School outdueled #3 seed Garrett Andrus of Anderson, Austin 185-175 to capture the boy’s singles title Sunday.
Out of 45 Boys Single Entrants the top 16 seeded were: Ethan Gomez, Clear Falls, Bret Gray, Clemens, Garrett Andrus, Anderson Austin, Michael Rivich, Cy Ranch, Bryson Hill, Sachse, Adrian Losoya, Antonian Prep, Carter Sena, Haltom Birdville,
Jordan Womble, Amarillo, Brandon Haas, Frisco Fusion, Joe McGraw, Allen, Anthony Garcia, MacArthur, Caleph Smith, Conroe, Lucas Helka, Chisholm Trail, Jake Devoe, Plano Senior, Benicio Echeverria, Cy Ridge, Tristan Nabors, Santa Fe.
#3 Garrett Andrus of Anderson, Austin High School rolled the only 300 game during the match play of the tournament.