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Thirteen student-athletes comprise the Princeton adapted bowling team, with 10 at the high school level and three at the middle school level.

The Princeton adapted bowling team is coming off of one of their strongest seasons, and now Coach Brett Triplett enters the fray as the new head coach for the team. Triplett has worked as a special education teacher for the last 25 years within the Princeton School District.

Thirteen student-athletes comprise the Princeton adapted bowling team, with 10 at the high school level and three at the middle school level. Five of the 13 members earned a spot in the state adapted bowling tournament last season and are looking to repeat the feat and qualify even more student-athletes this year.

Dylan Glammeier returns this season after winning his division at the state tournament last year and has had strong showings in the season’s first handful of events.

Last year’s state tournament proved to be fruitful for a number of others as well. Dylan Gamer was first in boys’ singles, Ryan Hoeft was second in ASD singles, Victoria Greenway placed third in girls’ ASD singles, Alexis Baxter was sixth in girls’ ASD singles, while Ella Nehls finished seventh in girls’ PI singles and Caitlin Shultz was eighth in girls’ ASD singles.

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