Le Mars’ Gill places fourth at state bowling tourney, Bulldogs’ MacGregor just misses quarterfinals

WATERLOO, Iowa — Le Mars’ Bailey Gill took third place within the Class 2A state bowling event Monday.

Bailey Gill’s 739 sequence in her first three video games units a brand new file for the state event.

In an all-Northwest Iowa quarterfinal, Gill outrolled MMCRU’s Callie Arens 223-148. Arens had a gap three-game sequence of 600 within the first 

Gill fell within the semifinals to Denison-Schleswig’s Brianna Musgrave, 213-191. Within the third-place match, Keokuk’s Sophia Rule edged Gill, 190-185.

MMCRU’s Brenna Staab, who had a 600 sequence in her first three video games, narrowly misplaced to Oskaloosa’s Sidney Thompson, 204-201 within the quarterfinals.

Le Mars’ Natalie Vanderloo and Jenna Fisher additionally competed within the particular person event. Each Bulldogs rolled a three-series of 575 within the opening spherical, putting thirteenth and 14th, respectively.

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Within the particular person boys competitors in 2A, Le Mars’ Sebastian MacGregor simply missed the quarterfinals after rolling three-game sequence of 658. His teammate, Caiden Heitritter, was two spots again with a 643 sequence.

West Sioux’s Matt Swancutt additionally competed within the 2A meet, ending with a 3 game-series of 522.

Within the 3A particular person boys competitors Tuesday, Sioux Metropolis North’s Christian Nelson rolled a 637 in his first three video games.

The Le Mars women and boys will compete within the 2A crew tournaments on Wednesday at Cadillac XBC in Waterloo.


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