Wauseon bowling has strong outlook


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Nic Kearney returns for the Wauseon boys bowling team after making first team All-NWOAL a season ago.


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The Wauseon boys and girls bowling teams look to be competitive in 2015 with many letter winners returning.

The Indian boys, who finished third in the NWOAL last season, return four letter winners. The Lady Indians return five letter winners from a team that was fourth in the NWOAL.

Coming back for the boys team are Nic Kearney (first team All-NWOAL), Cale Meeker, Desmond Rapp, and Bret Wisda.

Coach Pat Carr is encouraged about the experienced group she gets back, especially at the top of the lineup. She states that they should be a very solid and competitive team.

According to the coach, the league race will be very balanced and wide open.

The strength of the girls team according to coach Chuck Carr, is that they have several bowlers back with match experience. However, a weakness will be getting their new bowlers they have acclimated to varsity play.

Returning for the girls squad are Summer Brown (honorable mention All-NWOAL), Cheyanne Wolpert, Kama Brackman, Sarah Mikolajczyk and Jenna Simon.

Newcomers are Morgan Roth, Payton Lovins, Talia Smith, Rebecca Fry and Mac Kearney.

Coach Chuck Carr says that his team has “promising potential.” As for the league, he states that Bryan and Liberty Center will be the teams to beat.

Nic Kearney returns for the Wauseon boys bowling team after making first team All-NWOAL a season ago.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/11/web1_Kearney-copy.jpgNic Kearney returns for the Wauseon boys bowling team after making first team All-NWOAL a season ago. File Photo

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