Wayne Unified Bowling Results, Roster

Wayne Unified Bowling Results, Roster
Courtesy of Wayne Unified Bowling.

WAYNE – A couple weeks into the unified bowling season and Wayne High has two competitions in the books.

The Blue Devil Unified Bowling team hosted West Point-Beemer on October 30 and competed in a weekend tournament this past Saturday in Norfolk. A total of six baker-style games are played as the winner is determined by total pin fall after the games.

Wayne Unified Bowling Roster 2021

Wayne High had four teams while West Point-Beemer brought two teams to Wildcat Lanes in Wayne.

Team 1 from Wayne won the dual with 764 pins from Corey Rogers, Brianna Nissen and Brooks Kneifl followed by Team 2 from Wayne with 638 pins by Aracely Suarez, Sydney Redden and Chase Adams.

Other Blue results came from Team 3 in fourth with 584 pins (Zach Nordhues, Drew Fertig and Bo Armstrong) along with Team 4 in sixth with 414 pins (Ebony Moore, Sammi Gubbels and Joslyn Johnson).

West Point-Beemer teams took third (615) and fifth (470).

Wayne High Unified bowling then joined teams from Norfolk, North Bend, York, West Point-Beemer, Omaha Nation, Osmond and South Sioux City during the Norfolk Invite on November 6 from Kings Lanes.

Norfolk took first (waiting on score card) while Wayne followed in runner-up with 774 total pins. Wayne was represented by Corey Rogers, Brooks Kneifl, Brianna Nissen and Jamie Janke.

There were 15-16 teams present from all the schools as the Wayne Unified Bowling team secured second and 10th. The other team representing Wayne was Aracely Suarez, Zach Nordhues, Bo Armstrong and Chase Adams.

The Wayne High Unified Bowling team will be back in action on Tuesday, November 16 at 2 p.m. from Wildcat Lanes. WHS will host Norfolk and Osmond while also going back to Kings Lanes in Norfolk on Saturday, November 20 for a weekend invite at 10 a.m.

Another competition for Wayne Unified Bowling includes Tuesday, November 23 from Plaza Bowl in Sioux City, Iowa with Ponca, Bloomfield and Omaha Nation at 1 p.m.