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Adapted Bowling State Tournament 2024: Recap

Posted: Friday, May 10, 2024 - 5:06 PM

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Adapted Bowling participants gathered for the State Tournament on Friday, May 10 at Bowlero in Brooklyn Park. Singles, doubles and team championships were awarded in three divisions: ASD, CI and PI.

Here is a look at what happened at this season’s state tournament:

ASD Division

  • St. Michael-Albertville junior Ashley Arroya Flores placed first in girls singles with 508 pins. Austin senior Espy Chigo and Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton/Waseca sophomore Jasmyn Villafuerte battled for second place with Chigo coming out on top with 445 pins. Villafuerte finished two pins behind at 443.
  • Cambridge-Isanti ninth-grader Thomas Iserman captured the boys individual singles crown with a score of 486 pins. Simley ninth-grader Rafe Sporer was runner-up with 469 and Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial seventh-grader John Perrin was third at 462. 
  • The Zimmerman duo of eighth-grader Jason Metress and junior Ciaran Hester rolled their way to a state championship with a combined score of 891. The North High School-North St. Paul team of senior John Oddaiwi and sophomore Leonidas (Leo) Yang were the runner-ups with a score of 880. Anoka-Hennepin was third with 876 behind senior Griffin Monson and junior Shai Hargest.
  • North High School-North St. Paul cruised to the team championship with a combined 1,751 pins. Team members included sophomore Leonidas (Leo) Yang, junior Dylan Vue and seniors John Oddaiwi and Nathan Sveen. Tartan was the team runner-up with 1,696 pins and Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial was third at 1,666.

CI Division

  • Anoka-Hennepin sophomore Fherlish Ann Constantino rolled to the girls singles championship with a two-game score of 471. Two seventh-graders rounded out the top three finishes; Zimmerman’s Jordyn Genrdeau finished with 453 pins and Anoka-Hennepin’s Lila Hall followed with 446.
  • Lester (Travion) Johnson, a senior at North High School-North St. Paul, topped the field in the boys singles competition with a two-game score of 495. That was 41 pins better than St. Paul Johnson ninth-grader Kevin Lao, who was runner-up with 454. Goodhue County senior Caden Stumpf placed third with 444 pins. 
  • Anoka-Hennepin’s Fherlish Ann Constantino, a sophomore, and ninth-grader Joel Wamberg, won the doubles championship with a two-game combined score of 889. Tartan’s Joshua Thompson, a senior, and junior Jameer Patterson were second at 887. Detroit Lakes juniors Aiden Hamar and Ruthy Davis placed third with a score of 850.
  • Zimmerman won the CI team competition with 1,715 pins. Scoring for the Thunder were seventh-grader Isaac Barr, eighth-grader Fynn Spitzmuller, sophomore Lucas Stoltman and junior Alex Maas. A second Zimmerman team placed second with 1,690 pins. North Branch Area placed third with a score of 1,658.

PI Division

  • Ninth-grader Rosaria Valles of North High School-North St. Paul emerged as the state champion in the singles competition with a two-game score of 501. Stewartville junior Allie Peterson was second with a score of 477. Goodhue County sophomore Emily Tiedemann claimed third-place honors with 450 pins. 
  • Cambridge-Isanti junior Samuel Price captured the boys singles title with 494 pins. Mankato East ninth-grader Kenny Smith and Winona sophomore Alex Windley-Daoust placed second and third, respectively. Smith had a score of 488 and Johnston finished at 473. 
  • North High School-North St. Paul grabbed the top spot in the doubles division. Senior Lucas Eide and ninth-grader Rosaria Valles combined with a score of 938 to win the title. St. Michael-Albertville seventh-grader Jacob Centko and ninth-grader Dylan Cummings teamed up for a runner-up total of 857. Goodhue County sophomores Emily Tiedemann and Miguel Quintanilla placed third with 850 pins. 
  • Tartan will have extra luggage for its drive home after racing to the team championship with a total of 1,706 pins. Ninth-grader Eh Hser Gay, sophomore Charlotte Chitwood, junior Louie Romero and senior Ali Milan were the members of the winning team. Wayzata/Minnetonka was the runner-up with 1,591 pins and North High School-North St. Paul placed third with 1,586.

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