Waukon bowling teams record home sweep of Oelwein

Rounds out varsity effort ... Waukon girls bowling junior Mia Huffey rolls the ball down the lane in the Indians’ 1810-354 home win Friday, January 20 over an Oelwein team that had just two bowlers competing. Huffey wrapped up the Lady Indians’ varsity effort at the meet, bowling games of 87 and 65 pins for a 152 series total. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon bowling teams each recorded a victory in their Friday, January 20 home meet with Oelwein. The Indian girls faced a limited Husky squad that had just two young ladies competing, tallying 1810 pins for their varsity total to easily improve their season record to 5-1. The Waukon boys rolled to a 2604-2474 victory to get back on the winning track and advance to a 4-2 season mark.

The bowling Indians were next scheduled to compete in their Conference Meet Wednesday, January 25 in Waterloo before hosting Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday, January 27 and then competing at North Iowa Monday, January 30 in a match rescheduled from December 9 by weather. The Tribe will then host Denver Friday, February 3 before bowling at New Hampton Friday, February 10.

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