Senior bowlers Colin Cartwright and Rollins Austin were spot on as Bradley Central continued its unbeaten path on the bowling lanes at Leisure Time Tuesday.Cartwright and Austin combined to knock …
Senior bowlers Colin Cartwright and Rollins Austin were spot on as Bradley Central continued its unbeaten path on the bowling lanes at Leisure Time Tuesday.
Cartwright and Austin combined to knock down 1,227 pins through six games, for a 205 combined average in a 21-6 victory over Soddy-Daisy.
The left-handed bowling Cartwright led all with a high series of 642.
Cartwright and Austin blasted off for a 226 and 216 pin fall in the opening game, which saw six Bears combine for an average pin fall of 187.3.
Bradley head coach Chelsea Helton and assistant coach Aaron White (former professional bowler) have seen their talented bowlers win all 16 regular season matches.
With the District 5 regular season title already locked up, the state's 17th ranked team in Division I looks to gear up for the postseason.
Another duo was sharp for BC in another 21-6 win over Soddy.
Hannah Winters and Makayla Stewart rolled series of 578 and 572, respectively, to lead the way.
The highest game of the day on the girls side was rolled by Winters with a 223 in game two.
BC also received strong aim from Haley Crisp, who rolled a 173 in the second game.
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