The Dodge City High School boys and girls bowling teams competed in the Great Plains High School Bowling Tournament over the weekend at North Rock Lanes in Wichita. The Dodge City girls took sixth, being defeated by Wichita East in the first round of match play. The Dodge City boys took 10th, missing the finals by 32 pins.


    The Dodge City High School boys and girls bowling teams competed in the Great Plains High School Bowling Tournament over the weekend at North Rock Lanes in Wichita. The Dodge City girls took sixth, being defeated by Wichita East in the first round of match play. The Dodge City boys took 10th, missing the finals by 32 pins.
    “This field in this tournament was very tough and we proved we are capable of competing with the best teams in the state,” DCHS coach Tyson Clark wrote in an email. “The bowlers were able to adapt to lane conditions that were very oily in the morning and then very dry by the end of the day.  We made adjustments to the conditions which can be difficult to do.     
    Blaise Jensen had the top score for the Dodge City girls in individual play with a 576. Katie Larman had 563, Chantel Smith put up a 538, Danielle Kenton bowled a 474, Christi Larman had a 473 and Cayse Larman had a 458.
    Kaden Herbert led the Dodge City boys with a 642, Dylan Woods added a 619 and Aaron Delzeit had a 578. Patrick Bilslend had 575, Tanner Dalton had a 565 and Chris Herbert had a 511.