Waukon girls surrender narrow decision as bowling Tribe splits rescheduled home meet with North Iowa


Senior leaders in postponed home win ... Waukon boys bowling seniors Nathan Liddiard (photo above) and Matt Rozzell (photo below) take their turns down the alley in the Indians’ 2498-1774 home win over North Iowa Monday, January 13 postponed from a month earlier. Liddiard bowled games of 148 and a team-high 203 for a 351 series, with Rozzell rolling games of 186 and 174 for a 360 series that led the Indians in their third consecutive meet victory. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Waukon bowling teams opened this past week making up a December 13 postponed meet at home with North Iowa, hosting the Bison Monday, January 13 and ending up with opposite results, but only by a slim margin in the girls competition. The Lady Indians had a slim early lead reversed in the Baker round of their competition to fall by just a 1947-1960 result, while the Waukon boys easily handled their North Iowa competition limited in participation numbers this season, 2498-1774.

The bowling Indians were also scheduled to host Waterloo Columbus Friday, January 17 but had that meet postponed because of winter weather to a date yet to be determined. The Tribe is next scheduled to host Oelwein this Friday, January 24 and will then travel to Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday, January 31 before competing in the Waterloo Columbus Tournament Saturday, February 1.

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