Cowichan Valley High School Bowling Program high scores

For weeks 9-12

Week 9

Ladies High Single: Briana Wright (151)

Ladies High Series: Briana Wright- (428)

Men’s High Single: Brandon Clark (185)

Men’s High Series: Jeremy Garside (520)

A&W Bowler of the Week: (tie) Brandon Clark and Paige Novak (plus 79 pins)

Week 10

Ladies High Single: Briana Wright (147)

Ladies High Series: Briana Wright (382)

Men’s High Single: Aden Nettleton (170)

Men’s High Series: Aden Nettleton- (485)

A&W Bowler of the Week: Brandon Clark (plus 69 pins)

Week 11

Ladies High Single: Briana Wright (149)

Ladies High Series: Briana Wright (404)

Men’s High Single: Logan Harvey (198)

Men’s High Series: Logan Harvey (530)

A&W Bowler of the Week: Levi White (plus 81 pins)

Week No. 12

Ladies High Single: Briana Wright (199)

Ladies High Series: Briana Wright (477)

Men’s High Single: Logan Harvey (206)

Men’s High Series: Logan Harvey (558)

A& W Bowler of the Week: Dylan Marsden (plus 104 pins)

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