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THS boys bowling team members are, in front, from left, Jaxyn Frost, Ian McGrath, Bradyn Lowe, Jack McGrath, Bryeson Tellor and Cameron Alberts. Middle row, Caden Murphy, AJ Evrley, Justin Champley, Darrian Ippolito, Isaac Sanchez and Jordan Fabian. In back, Coach Shawn Wells, Coach Mike Wells, Erin Long, Samuel Puffenberger, Zander Frye, Coach Gary Caniff and Coach Lance Nagle.
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TAYLORVILLE — With no chance at repeating their Regional Championship status due to the shortened ’20-’21 season, the Taylorville ’21-’22 Boys Bowling team have the post season and a continued improvement throughout the season. “The 20/21 season was a shortened and quick season due to the restrictions involving the corona virus pandemic.” Explains Boys Bowling Head Coach Nagle who is beginning his 12th season at the helm for Taylorville.
“The boy’s varsity team finished with a record of seven wins and two losses, but were denied a chance at repeating as regional champions and a trip to the state finals because of the covid restrictions in place at the time.”
THS lost several of their top bowlers in 2021 graduating Jonah Nagle, Ian Neisler, Dominic Orr, Tate Wagner, and Michael Wells. The five seniors had combined for a 26-8 record over the four years they were on the bowling team, with a perfect 9 and 0 record during the 19-20 season.
This year’s Bowling team will be anchored by seniors Jack McGrath and Jordan Fabian. McGrath and Fabian have been past varsity bowlers and will offer experience and leadership to the team. The team has 4 seniors Erin Long, Bradyn Lowe, McGrath and Fabian.Cameron Alberts, who is one of the freshman, has already risen in the ranks to become one of the team leaders. He currently has the high average on the team with a 202 and has medaled in both of the team’s first two events. With fifteen members this season, including four sophomores and three freshman, the THS boys bowling program has the foundation intact for another successful season.