Anoka-Hennepin, Spring Lake Park Adapted bowlers take on state’s best

Anoka-Hennepin sophomore Elena Chamberlain was runner-up in the girls’ (CI- Cognitively Impaired) singles competition with 472 pins, one pin behind St. Paul Johnson’s Veronica Hodges, in the Minnesota State High School Association Adapted Bowling Tournament held at Brunswick Zone in Brooklyn Center May 17.

Spring Lake Park junior Tyler Engel placed fourth in the boys’ (CI) singles division with a two-game total of 457 and rolled the single-game high of 189. St. Paul Johnson senior Dwight Johnson won the division with a 508 total.

Engel’s classmate Kevin Dietrich placed 15th with 434 pins.

Nathan Spano led Anoka-Hennepin with 418 pins to place 26th.

On the adapted bowling PI Division side of the tournament, Spring Lake Park ninth-grader Travaustin Jerde placed fifth out of 37 bowlers with a two-game total score 458 pins. Anoka-Hennepin senior Alec Wellman scored a 430 to place 12th.

Anoka-Hennepin’s PI doubles team of Wellman/Roering placed fourth with a score of 845. Austin’s duo of Kaylee McDermott and Rachel Cook won the title with 901 pins.

Anoka-Hennepin sophomore Hailey Roering placed fifth in the PI Girls’ Singles division, rolling a 446.

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