Crossover matchups set for area bowling teams

January 18, 2013 


  • MID-COLUMBIA CONFERENCE STANDINGS
    Kennewick (1A/2A/3A) 15-0
    Pasco (4A) 12-3
    Chiawana (4A) 8-7
    Richland (4A) 5-10
    Hanford (1A/2A/3A) 3-12
    Connell (1A/2A/3A) 2-13

    LEADERS
    Bowler, school Avg. Gms
    Karissa Shiflet, Kennewick 192 30
    Kendal Saueressig, Hanford 182 28
    Daicee Singer, Kennewick 171 29
    Karla Garcia, Pasco 169 28
    Danielle Gonzales, Kennewick 168 30
    Mekenzie Richardson, Richland 163 30
    Xochitl Garcia, Kennewick 163 24
    Mariko Sital, Pasco 162 29
    Neydeen Martinez, Pasco 162 26
    Shannon Cochran, Richland 161 30
    Carrie Nolan, Pasco 159 30
    Maddy Serrano, Pasco 158 28
    Savanna Jones, Kennewick 158 27
    Valerie Vela, Chiawana 153 27
    Kyanne Jensen, Chiawana 151 26
    Desirae Baker, Richland 146 24
    Alexandra Shuster, Connell 145 26
    Cathrine Robertshaw, Hanford 139 27
    Adriana Galvan, Chiawana 139 25
    Brenda Vela, Chiawana 137 26

While the Kennewick Lions will take their undefeated record straight into next week’s Class 1A/2A/3A district bowling tournament, the Hanford Falcons and Connell Eagles must play crossover matches Tuesday to determine their postseason fates.

Hanford (3-12), the No. 2 seed in the Mid-Columbia Conference, will host Sunnyside, the CBBN/CWAC’s No. 3 seed, at Atomic Bowl in Richland.

As the MCC’s No. 3 seed, Connell (2-13) must travel to Minda Lanes in Yakima to face Selah, which beat Sunnyside on pin count (1,786-1,704) in a district seeding match Thursday.

Both crossover matches are scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

The crossover winners will head to Nob Hill Lanes in Yakima on Wednesday to face Kennewick and West Valley, the CBBN/CWAC’s top seed, for state berths. The district tournament will begin at 12:45 p.m.

In Class 4A, Pasco will host Chiawana and Richland in a go-to-state tournament at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday at Go Bowl.

The state tournament is Feb. 1-2 in University Place. Kennewick finished fourth at state last season, while Karissa Shiflet won an individual title for the Lions.

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