The first-year Port Angeles bowling team picked up a second-place finish at the Olympic League Tournament on Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Silverdale. Team members from left, Sophie Constant, Kenadie Ring, Paige Pangaro, Abby Robinson, Taylor Worthington, Natalie Robinson and Zoey Van Gordon. The Roughriders will bowl in the West Central District Tournament next Saturday at Tacoma’s Paradise Lanes.

The first-year Port Angeles bowling team picked up a second-place finish at the Olympic League Tournament on Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Silverdale. Team members from left, Sophie Constant, Kenadie Ring, Paige Pangaro, Abby Robinson, Taylor Worthington, Natalie Robinson and Zoey Van Gordon. The Roughriders will bowl in the West Central District Tournament next Saturday at Tacoma’s Paradise Lanes.

BOWLING: First-year Riders place second at Olympic League Tournament

Port Angeles will send team to district tournament

Bowling

PA second at league

SILVERDALE — The first-year Roughriders qualified for the West Central District III Tournament by finishing second behind defending league champ Klahowya.

“The girls saved their best bowling of the year for the tournament and are peaking at just the right time,” coach Rebecca Gundersen said.

Port Angeles bowled its season high game of 704 and also had its high Baker team score of 161 for the season.

Abby Robinson earned fifth place individually, bowling a three-game score of 426.

“Clutch bowling by Zoey Van Gordon and Paige Pangaro helped elevate the Riders strong finish,” Gundersen said.

Van Gordon (sixth) and Paige (eighth) both bowled a fantastic tournament, considerably above their season averages with three game scores of 421 and 409, respectively).

The district tournament is set for Tacoma’s Paradise Lanes on Jan. 28.

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