Moses Lake, Shorecrest and Cascade High Schools
Crowned WSBPA High School Varsity Bowling Champions in Weekend Event


Moses Lake, Shorecrest and Cascade High Schools emerged victorious after two days of competition at 52nd Annual Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association (WSBPA), State High School Varsity Bowling Championships at Lilac Lanes in Spokane (1112 E. Magnesium, Spokane, WA).
In the singles event competition, Alex Wallis (Mark Morris HS), Makayla Hoover (Shadle Park HS), Brian Applonie (John Rogers HS), Leslee Wilson (Shadle Park HS)., emerged victorious in their respective divisions.
24 five-person teams laced up their shoes competing in three divisions along with 46 bowlers competing in a singles event.
More than 1,000 student athletes statewide participated during the bowling season. Now in its 52nd year, this is the 2nd longest running High School Bowling Championship in America, following only New York.
The Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association is a State Chapter of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America based in Arlington, Texas.
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Updated 2/20/2017

Moses Lake, Shorecrest and Ferndale High Schools
Leading After Day One of the 52nd Annual WSBPA High School Varsity Bowling Championships
at Lilac Lanes in Spokane


Moses Lake, Shorecrest, and Ferndale High School Varsity bowling teams emerged as the top three teams entering tomorrow’s grand finale of the 52nd Annual Washington State Bowling Proprietors’ Association (WSBPA), State High School Varsity Bowling Championships taking place at Lilac Lanes in Spokane, WA (1112 E. Magnesium, Spokane, WA).
In singles, Paris Smith (Cascade HS); Leslee Wilson (Shadle Park HS), Aidghan Ziegler (Lynnwood HS) and Goyne Bryden (Omak HS), are in 1st place in their respective divisions after 5 games of qualifications.
24 five-person teams laced up their shoes competing in three divisions along with 47 bowlers competing in a singles division. Teams and singles championships will be crowed Sunday, February 19th at 2:30 p.m. as the competition resumes at 9:00 a.m.
More than 1,000 student athletes statewide participated during the bowling season. Now in its 52nd year, this is the 2nd longest running High School Bowling Championship in America, following only New York.
Press Release Attached (pdf)