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FSHS boys 6th at state bowling

March 1, 2013

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— Free State had one individual medalist and placed sixth in the boys team standings, and Lawrence High had two individual medalists at the Class 6A state bowling meet on Friday at North Rock Lanes. For Free State, Eric Goglau had a 626 series (186-204-236) to place 19th. The top 20 individuals earned medals.

Olathe North won the boys title with 2674 pins and was followed by Haysville Campus (2631), Garden City (2588), Olathe South (2524), Wichita Southeast (2511) and Free State (2463).

Other FSHS results: 46. Tyler Roste, 183-193-191—567; 52. Jordan Jump, 236-171-150—557; 53. Briggs Fish, 151-200-201—552; and 60. Matthew Eagle, 185-206-146—537.

Lawrence High's Connor Daniel was the top city placer: fifth, with a 680 series (179-222-279). His 279 tied for high-game honors.

The Lions' Tre Sexton placed 49th with 156-194-209—559.

On the girls side, the Lions' Kierstan Warren placed 14th with 164-245-184—593, and Miranda Krom was 45th with 150-211-121—482.

Comments

Cheryl Keslar 1 year, 1 month ago

Chase Taylor also a member of the Free State Bowling Team bowled a respectable 618 which was 2nd on the team, finishing in the top 25. Not sure why that wasn't posted in the paper, probably an oversight.

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Evan Taylor 1 year, 1 month ago

Wow, way to COMPLETELY omit the other member of that Free State team--Chase Taylor--who placed 22nd in the tournament with a score of 618.

It's funny because your staff acts like journalism (sports journalism especially, for some asinine reason) is just oh sooooooooooooooo hard, but really, for example, you could have found all of the information used in this article--literally every single word--with a 5 minute visit to the KSHAA website. Hell, I didn't even have to scan the results page like you guys probably did to see how every individual from both FSHS and LHS performed; when someone knows how to use the ctrl+f function, then it's like the webpage is practically giving them the information they want.

I wish I could say that my dissatisfaction with your paper was a new found thing, to say that the lack of quality in this article was an isolated incident, but my experience with the LJWorld for the past several years has been disappointing to say the least. At this point, I'd be more shocked to see a thoughtful detail in one of your articles than I am seeing their generally poor quality. I wonder if you even take pride in your jobs?

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