The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

February 25, 2014

Carrier is a state champ

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“I mainly focused on myself and fed off what my teammates were bowling,” she said. “I didn’t have any idea what other girls were shooting.”

Carrier followed up with a 220, and although five other players scored higher, none scored well enough to get any closer than 27 pins behind Carrier.

The successful day already have Carrier and her teammates looking for a top-two team finish next year. All six girls in the lineup Monday will be back.

“It’s a young team still,” Perdieu said. “They’re looking forward to it already. It was a great day out there.”

Maquoketa boys 6th

DES MOINES — Senior Luke Quinlan placed fifth individually and led Maquoketa to a sixth-place finish in the Class 1A boys state tournament at Plaza Lanes.

Quinland rolled games of 235 and 225 for a 460 to finish 54 pins behind champion Hayden Berry of Red Oak. Berry scored a 269-235—504.

Maquoketa finished with a 2,949 team total. Waverly-Shell Rock won the team crown with a 3,159 score.

Central DeWitt’s Karson Smith finished 33rd with a 389-pin total.

IOWA CLASS 1A BOWLING STATE TOURNAMENT

GIRLS

Team standings

(Individual total-Baker round total-overall total)

1. Keokuk 1,840-1,086—2,926; 2. North Scott 1,967-934—2,901; 3. Central DeWitt 1,741-993—2,734; 4. Camanche 1,865-779—2,644; 5. Western Dubuque 1,724-898—2,622; 6. Denison-Schleswig 1,643-964—2,607; 7. Knoxville 1,637-783—2,429; 8. Waverly-Shell Rock 1,555-861—2,416; 9. Creston 1,553-777—2,330; 10. Harlan 1,516-711—2,227.

Individual leaders

1. Shelby Carrier (Central DeWitt) 258-220—478; 2., Baileigh Swanson (North Scott) 227-224—451; 3. Tessa Pepping (North Scott) 235-205—440; 4. (tie) Lacey Dresden (Keokuk) 221-212—433 and Bre Smith (Marion) 199-234—433; 6. Morgan Benthin (Camanche) 224-199—423; 7. Maggie Weber (Waterloo Columbus) 208-210—418; 8. Missy Black (North Scott) 179-235—414; 9. Peyton Brundardt (Denison-Schleswig) 215-197—412; 10. Lakyn Boltz (Keokuk) 214-196—410.

CENTRAL DEWITT — 1. Carrier 258-220—478; 14. Frances Coons 181-213—394; 41. Erica Miller-Lee 133-168—301; 48. Bailey Walker 159-133—292; 56. Veronica Weigandt 134-142—276; 63. Abbi Coble 125-120—245. Total 1,741. Baker games 180-244-205-171-193—993.

CAMANCHE — 6. Benthin 223-199—423; 16. Alison Seibel 160-221—381; 19. Morgan Determan 177-182—349; 21. (tie) MaKenzie Ciner 152-199—351; 21. (tie) Kelly Michaelsen 186-165—351; 25. (tie) Kayla Gifford 170-178—348. Baker games 115-151-164-156-193—779.

BOYS

Team standings

(Individual total-Baker round total-overall total)

1. Waverly-Shell Rock 3,159; 2. Red Oak 3,091; 3. North Scott 3,079; 4. Western Dubuque 3,034; 5. Cherokee 3,023; 6. Maquoketa 2,949; 7. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2,886; 8. Newton 2,882; 9. Mount Pleasant 2,865; 10. Louisa-Muscatine 2,776.

Individual leaders

1. Hayden Berry (Red Oak) 269-235—504; 2. Caleb Miller (Cedar Rapids Xavier) 279-211—490; 3. Tyler Schmitt (Sergeant Bluff-Luton) 279-194—473; 4. Derrick Stowell (Cherokee) 253-215—468; 5. Luke Quinlan (Maquoketa) 235-225—460; 6. Clayton Sammons (Mount Pleasant) 257-200—457; 7. (tie) Dylin Keat (Red Oak) 231-222—453 and Grant Kramer (Western Dubuque) 201-252—453; 9. Aaron Boisen (Cherokee) 256-194—450; 10. Seth Masker (Waverly-Shell Rock) 226-213—439. Also, 33. Karson Smith (Central DeWitt) 207-182—389.

MAQUOKETA — 5. Quinlan 235-225—460; 11. Levi Lange 192-246—438; 14. Dalton Waugh 236-195—431; 52. (tie) Seth McDermott 141-183—334; 64. Thomas Clark 176-134—301; 68. Kyle Davison 103-166—269. Baker games 226-208-164-196-182—976.

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