Seton at the Bowling District Tournament
By Molly Brauch
On Wednesday, February 26, the Seton bowling team packed up and headed to Beavercreek, Ohio to participate in the OHSAA Southwest District Division I Girls Bowling Championships. The goal handed down to the girls by the coaches was to score 900s in every regular game. “If we do that,” Coach Jim Robb explained to the girls, “we’ll be right in the hunt.” The girls did not disappoint. In all three games, the girls bested the 900 mark, shooting games of 918, 903, and 917 for a 2738 by the end of the first half of the tournament. After lunch, the team found themselves in tenth place, a mere sixty pins out of the sixth place cut. The Saints fought valiantly, and did their best to advance in the rankings. Seton’s girls finished eighth out of twenty-four teams, only sixty-one pins out of sixth place. “Although we’re not moving on, the tournament was a great experience,” said sophomore Carly Luken. “We bowled better at Districts than we’ve bowled all year, and that’s something to be proud of.” Overall, the District Tournament turned out to be a good, although bittersweet, ending to a successful season.