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The Catalyst

Senior Luke Wu getting ready to bowl another strike to help his team prevail over Benson. “This season was very fun,” Wu said. “I got to bowl with a good amount of my friends and also made some new friends.”

Striking season

Holden Clausen, Staff Reporter
February 20, 2024
Western Bowl played host to the match giving the Wildcats some slight home advantage. Most of the team prefers bowling at home as they believe it gives them a competitive advantage over their opponents.

A striking win

Connor Michalski, Staff Reporter
December 20, 2023
Senior Jack Carrol getting ready to throw the bowling ball down the lane. “The athletes bowl in a bakers format,” ACP teacher and coach Bret Seipker said. “This allows all members to participate equally.”

Inclusivity and bowling

Jacob Hargens, Staff Reporter
November 17, 2022
As she tosses her ball down the lane, sophomore Gwendolyn Naumann scores 134 pins for her team in game one against Millard North on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Naumann assisted her teams win against the Mustangs with a total of 17.5, and one and a half individual points coming from Naumann alone. “My goal for the meet was to beat whoever I was versing,” Naumann said. “Along with getting the highest score I could and picking up all the pins.”

This is how we roll

Samantha Vojslavek, Feature Story Editor
February 14, 2022
Stepping down the lane, junior Jayci Reimers zones in and prepares to release the ball towards the pins. Reimers had bowled a 119 in the first round of the dual against Bellevue West. “Starting the game was rough for me but my teammates picked me up as I kept going,” Reimers said. “Going frame after frame, they always had my back and in the end I did better and started to bowl like myself.”

Oh… spare me

Riley Kramolisch, Staff Reporter
February 1, 2022
Junior Jillian Weland follows through after releasing the ball during the duel vs. Papillon-La Vista South. The varsity girls competed hard against a strong Titan team, falling 13-8. “I struggled with the oil on the lanes,” Weland said. “I think it could help our team by practicing on different styles of lanes so we would be exposed to different oil patterns.”

Keep on rolling

Camille O'Neill, Sports Director
January 12, 2022
Both Varsity bowling teams had a tough fought day at Western Bowl. They both went home 1-1, and are ready to pick back up next week. “For our first duel we did really well, considering we bowled a couple tough teams,” coach Megan Smith said. “Through this, we were able to keep our spirits up, and I’m looking forward to a great season.”

Rolling to a win

Garrett Wilcoxen, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2021
Keeping the ramp sturdy, junior Jayci Reimers helps her teammate Addison Scott roll her bowling ball down a lane at the Millard Invite. Participating in several Unified sports before Reimers was looking to expand her relationships with her fellow teammates. “You get the privilege to work with kids that help you learn more life skills that you can use in the future,” Reimers said. “I am so happy I chose to join Unified Bowing because everyday and every minute you spend with these kids you are learning so many new things and making so many memories.”

Talent to spare

Riley Kramolisch, Managing Editor
November 5, 2021
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