Washington boys tie for third place at Southeast Conference tournament
The Washington boys’ bowling team tied for third place at Saturday’s Southeast Conference tournament at Melody Lanes, while the Demon girls finished fourth.
The Demon boys totaled 2,569 pins on the day, tying Mt. Pleasant for third place. Keokuk won the Southeast Conference championship with a score of 2,736.
Washington senior Adam Woodson rolled a modest 157 in his first game on Saturday, but came back with a monster 246 game in his second to finish with a two-game series score of 403. That was good enough to not only lead the Demons, but finish third overall individually and be named to the all-conference first team. Zach Martin added a 358 series and Dalton Nichols had a 335 series, and both seniors were named to the all-conference second team. Senior Allan Raymundo just missed all-conference honors with his 333 series, and senior Shawn Edwards had a 280 series to round out the scoring. Senior Ryan Roberts toppled 263 pins on the day. The Demons scored 860 pins in the Baker round to make up a 111-pin deficit against the Panthers.
The Washington girls totaled 2,022 pins to finish fourth out of four teams. Keokuk won the SEC title with a score of 2,516.
Sophomore Jessica Londberg rolled games of 160 and 142, and her two-game series score of 302 not only led the Demons, but was good for second team all-conference honors. Sophomore Rylee Arbogast added a 278 series, and sophomore Kailey Martin toppled 266 pins in two games. Junior Brandi Hagans had a 250 series, and sophomore Kali McDole rounded out the scoring with her 229 series. Sophomore Ivy Hamilton knocked down 178 pins on the day. Washington added 697 pins in the Baker round.
The Washington bowling teams travel to Iris Lanes in Mt. Pleasant on Thursday for a Class 1A state qualifying tournament, which will start at 1 p.m.