The Tiger’s adapted bowling team season came to an end after the conclusion of the Adapted Bowling State Tournament on May 17. Princeton sent 7 bowlers to the tournament, with 4 of those qualifiers earning medals.
Freshman Victoria Greenway rolled her way to a gold medal in the ASD Division after knocking down 463 pins, which was 31 more than the second place finisher.
First year coach Brett Triplett was very pleased with how the team progressed through the season. “Everyone improved and worked hard.” Said Triplett. “One bowler increased his average by 71 pins this season!”
The program will be graduating 4 seniors, all of who made the state tournament. “Hopefully, we will get some younger students to join next year to help fill the ranks.” Triplett stated.
After what was his rookie season as head coach full of learning experiences, Triplett had no complaints. “It was a wonderful first year as head coach” Triplett exclaimed.
North St. Paul took home the P1 division championship and Mankato East won the C1 division title.
Princeton’s adapted bowling team will look to build off the success it experienced next year when they start up again in the spring.