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Logan Elm Bowling Heading to National Bowling Competition


PICKAWAY – Logan Elm bowling set their goals high this year but maybe some of them never thought they would be heading to the biggest roll off in the country.

The Logan Elm High School bowling team thought their season had come to an end after finishing high in the State. That was, until they learned they qualified for the U.S. High School National Bowling Competition. 

The United States High SchoolBowling Foundation was founded in 2016 and led by Mike Nitray, President, USBC Gold certified coach, and two-time U.S. Olympic Committee National Coach of the Year. The purpose according to the website, of the foundation: 

“actively promotes the growth of high school bowling throughout the country. By developing innovative programs for high school bowling, academic administrators become more interested in the benefits and value high school bowling brings to high school students”.

The Braves will battle more than 30 elite teams from Alaska to Florida. The tournament is June 19-21 in Dayton, Ohio.

The team consists of Bryce Baltzer, Ian Berger, Lance Berard, Simon Cameron, Caden Mack, and Chance Tatman. The team is led by Coach Sam Shaw and Coach Ron Cheadle.