2021 Adapted Bowling State Tournament Results
Alexandra Area wins fourth CI team title
Posted: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 2:11 PM
The 2021 Adapted Bowling State Tournament took place at local sites May 10-21. Student-athletes competed in three divisions - ASD, CI and PI - and tabulated results were forwarded to League staff.
Tartan of Oakdale earned its first team championship with 1,716 pins. Junior Christopher Conoryea led the Titans with 471 pins. Seniors Christan Carruthers Jr and Ubong Sampson and ninth-grader Vincent Hickenbottom rounded out Tartan’s squad.
Anoka-Hennepin junior Josiah Bueltel won the boys singles title with a score of 478 and JWP/Waseca junior Ashlynn Cameron went home with the girls’ crown after posting a score of 437. The St. Michael-Albertville duo of juniors Brock Apold and Nicholas Hoefener won the doubles competition with 924 pins.
Complete ASD results are posted here: https://www.mshsl.org/sports-and-activities/adapted-bowling-asd
The Alexandria Area Cardinals took home their fourth team title, but first since 2011. The also won in 2004 and 2008. Ninth-grader Shon Platt Jr paced this year’s squad with 429 pins. Senior Robert Goor and ninth-graders Zechariah Davidson and Logan Usher also competed for Alexandria Area.
Senior Ellie Tanem and junior Ella Charette of Anoka-Hennepin combined for 892 pins to claim the doubles championship. Junior Bryce Tinnel of Cambridge-Isanti (464) won the boys title and senior Lily Gilbertson of Detroit Lakes (483) earned the girls championship.
Complete CI results are posted here: https://www.mshsl.org/sports-and-activities/adapted-bowling-ci
North of North St. Paul captured two honors at the 2021 tournament. Senior Kathleen Hubert and ninth-grader Lucas Eide (887) won top honors in the double event and the Polars captured their third team title with 1,724 pins. Hubert had a team-high 454 pins and Eide, junior Isaiah Bendorf and sophomore Noah Vang completed North’s team. North won previous team championships in 2018 and 2019.
Austin junior Lupita Carrion and Minnetonka/Wayzata ninth-grader Hugh Kelly won the singles titles. Carrion had 497 pins and Kelly won with 498.
Complete PI results are posted here: https://www.mshsl.org/sports-and-activities/adapted-bowling-pi