Archbishop Hannan bowling rolling through tough schedule

February 21, 2018

The Archbishop Hannan High School bowling team had a rough week after competing in
three bowling contests and also having a practice.

The week of Feb. 4, the Archbishop Hannan bowling team had three games in a row at Tangi Lanes located in Hammond, Louisiana.

This was the hardest week the team had to go through due to having no rest in between competition days. They did not come out on top in those games, but coach Anthony Trombatore said the team played to the best of their abilities.

“I feel the back to back games were very trying on the team. Not only did people have to augment schedules and make arrangements for classes not usually missed, the physical toll showed, as exhaustion set in sooner on the second and third days,” said Trombatore.

The most improvement on the male side of the team was shown by Wesley Webre and Hunter Holmes, who both increased averages and moved up ranks on the team. On the female side of the team, Malorie Graffeo also increased average and moved up.

The bowling team will be receiving a well needed break the following week due to Mardi Gras rolling in. This break will not discourage the bowlers to go to practice on Friday.

The Archbishop Hannan bowling team has grown throughout the years with current senior and captain Matthew Tucker starting the team back in his eighth grade year.

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