Students from Silver Creek High School, Skyline High School, and Frederick High School will be competing at the upcoming CHSAA State Unified Bowling Tournament on Friday, November 19.
Silver Creek HS earned first place at regionals with a score of 333. They will have three athletes competing and no mentors. The entire group of bowlers that qualified, bowl 3-4 times a week. Junior Bryan Newby is a a returning state qualifier from two years ago. The other two athletes competing are sophomores Ethan Newby and JoshuaJones.
Skyline HS earned second place in regionals to move on to the state competition. They have two athletes competing in the tournament, senior Juan Cardenas and sophomore Priscilla Grimsely. They also have one mentor senior Nevaeh Gomez competing.
Frederick’s regional winners placed 3rd. The team consists of two athletes; freshman Andrew (Drew) Hershey, senior Amber Jasmin and one mentor junior Caterin Argueta.
Special Olympics Colorado is hosting the CHSAA State Unified Bowling Tournament at AMF Belleview Lanes (4900 S Federal Blvd, Englewood, CO 80110) on Friday, November 19 from 10am – 2pm. Spectators can attend for a $10 entry fee.
The state competition format will be a 3-person Baker format where bowlers on a team rotate throughout play. Each team will bowl three games, with the total pin number of all the games being the winner.