2012-13 Dispatch/Argus Girls' Bowling All-Star team


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Posted Online: March 07, 2013, 8:38 pm
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Bowler of the Year Jessica Howell Moline, So.: Finished third at the state meet with a 2,660 pins, a single-game average of 221.7; won sectional title after knocking down 1,360 pins; started postseason run with the Western Big 6 Conference title, where she had a six-game series of 1,342 and single-game high of 268; helped Maroons to first-ever Big 6 and sectional team titles.
First team Aimee Becht
Moline, Jr.:
All-Western Big 6 honoree; finished third at Big 6 meet with a 1,197; sectional runner-up with a score of 1,315.

Kayla Crawford
United Township, So.:
Finished seventh at Big 6 meet with a 1,102-pin performance.

Hannah Ceurvorst
Moline, Sr.:
All-Big 6 selection and league runner-up; bowled a 1,005 at sectional.

Aubree Hooks
Rock Island, Sr.:
All-Big 6 selection, finished fifth at the Big 6 meet, rolling a 1,147.

Kiely Miller
Moline, Sr.:
All-Big 6 selection; bowled a 1,177 at the Big 6 meet; finished seventh at sectional with a 1,212.

Jordan Sholl
Rock Island, So.:
All-Big 6 selection; took sixth at league meet with a 1,109; team-best 1,009 pins at sectional.

Honorable mention Moline: Brooke Lodge;Rock Island: Aissia Filali;United Township: Josie Hartman, Katie James

















 



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