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Blazer Bowling Racks-Up Top-5 Finish at Western Shootout

Indianapolis, IN – The Vincennes University Bowling team finished 5th out of a 43-team field at the Western Shootout, thanks impart to big days by juniors Tyler Perry and Tommy Tcakz.

Over the course of 6 games the Trailblazers racked-up the following scores of:

Tyler Perry                          6 games               1233 pins total                  205 pin per game average

Tommy Tcakz                     6 games               1232 pins total                  205 pin per game average

Shawn Gibson                   6 games               1214 pins total                  202 pin per game average

Kyle Rasmussen                4 games               773 pins total                     193 pin per game average

Tyler Lewis                          4 games               751 pins total                     187 pin per game average

Ryan Benslay                     4 games               679 pins total                     169 pin per game average

Zach Kendrick(JV)            6 games               1206 pins total                  201 pin per game average

Kory Harris(JV)                  6 games               1187 pins total                  197 pin per game average

Christian Francis(JV)       6 games               1125 pins total                  187 pin per game average

Jonathan Chase(JV)         6 games               1094 pins total                  182 pin per game average

Hunter Stevens(JV)         6 games               982 pins total                     163 pin per game average

 

Tyler Perry recorded the high-game for VU with a score of 236 pins, and fellow junior Tommy Tcakz recorded the high-series for the team with 624 pins.

Coach Sparks said of his team’s performance at the Western Shootout, “Overall our performance has been more consistent and improving somewhat.  Our weak point is still starting out on our fresh lane conditions, but there was a better effort this week to tackle that, and try to play the lanes a little more efficiently from the start.  With some continued practice and effort towards that, we can certainly become a team that can compete with about anyone.  We are much stronger when the lanes transition some, and the Baker format has been a strong point for us as well.  It really comes down to the commitment and dedication to doing what is needed to make our weak points stronger and get prepared for the post season Sectional which is our ultimate goal.

The Trailblazers will return to action November 4th & 5th at the Brunswick Southern Invite in Marietta, Georgia!