Bowling Team Wins Big Over Woodstock

Sequoits win three straight to beat Woodstock.

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Sophomore Allyssa Tanner gets ready for her turn.

The Antioch Sequoit bowling team won three straight games and beat Woodstock on the 15. The team fought through unusual conditions to come out with a win. Going into the match the team had no shortage of goals, in terms of the team or the individual.

“My goals were to keep me and my teammates moods up and to stay consistent with my scores, and I did succeed in those goals,” senior Bryanna Dati said.

This team has high praise for their teammates, especially being able to compete well in bad conditions, the lanes at Woodstock had a different oil that affected the ball differently. 

“I think my teammates did amazing like they usually do, when we missed a shot we brought each other up and didn’t bring each other down,” Dati said. “The lanes were not what we were used to, but I believe we adjusted really well.”

Just like any sport, when an athlete wins or loses, they have to take everything they learned from the game or match and make an effort in practice to improve and fix those mistakes.

“Personally I need to work on my non strike shots, but as a team we need to focus on the team as a whole and not varsity, JV or JV2,” sophomore Ashley Lubkeman said.

The teams and players all have different levels of capabilities and are learning how to create a better flow this season.

“I’m still learning things about bowling and trying to grow and become a better bowler everyday and every time we practice,” Kristi Schon said. “Sometimes games don’t go as planned, but it’s just another thing to work on and improve on.”

The team as a whole is having a season that just gets better everyday and this win really contributed to that. The team has a good atmosphere where they pick each other up and it really shows with their record of 7-2.