Schedule Change

Due to incoming weather, Friday’s meet with Charles City has been moved to Tuesday of next week (January 21st). We will not have practice on Friday. We will see only those competing at Charles City today at 4:30 (competition team only due to lane availability).

NEXT week’s schedule gets a little more complicated due to the meet being moved and lane availability. That schedule is as follows:

1/20 Monday : Competition Team only: 4:00 – 5:30
1/21 Tuesday : Bowling meet at Charles City, those not bowling have lifting after school
1/22 Wednesday : Practice for all bowlers 2:30 – 3:30 (note the time change for this week only)
1/23 Thursday : Work-out for all bowlers after school, bowlers that compete Friday will have practice after work-out.
1/24 Friday : Meet, Seniors night (All seniors should plan on attending, parents/guardians should attend if possible, we will have a recognition starting at 3:50)

Link to our full calendar


Forest City Results

Freshman Kayla Jeppesen stuns in her first ever varsity meet, dropping a whopping 226 and 180 in her debut. Marisa Schneider suffers a broken bowling ball, but manages to save a 389 series as the girls roll to a 2577-2303 victory and remain unbeaten on the year. Complete results here.

The boys had a slow start to the night, struggling to find a shot until the second game. Things turned around the second game and in baker, but it was too late to dig out of the hole they dug as the boys fall 2778-2940. Ethan Hennings had the high game of 222, with Noah Jeppesen and Cole Ross close behind (212 and 201 respectfully). Complete Results here.


Bowlers win at Denver

The W-SR girls shot 2606 on Friday night, topping the Denver girls by over 700 pins, and also putting up the 4th highest score in team history. The girls production came through a balance attacked that had all girls averaging over 150 on the night and a baker series of over 900 pins, something that has only happened 3 times in team history

The boys were also successful on Friday. Ethan Hennings led the boys with a 237 game and a 424 series. Starting off bakers with a 244 game sealed the victory for the Go-Hawks.

Bowlers will be back in action on Tuesday as they head to Grundy Center for the first time ever. Early start time… 3:15.


Teams split at Vinton

The girls were victorious at Vinton on Tuesday 2415-2132 to remain unbeaten at 3-0. Senior Marisa Schneider led the way 199,178/377. The girls put the match away by starting with a 210 game in bakers.

The boys suffered their first loss, falling 2735-3029 to what appears to be a state ready Vinton-Shellsburg team. Lane Shears was back in action Tuesday and led the way 199,223/422. The boys tightened the match after winning the first 2 baker games, but gave up ground in the final 3.

The Go-Hawks are back in Action Friday against Denver at Panther lanes in Tripoli.


Go-Hawks win again

Both Boys and Girls teams were successful at Columbus on Friday, improving to 2-0 on the year.  

The varsity boys had 3 new faces on varsity this week, showing some of the deep bench we have.  Cole Ross (154,153/307), Gabe Holden (136,163/299), and Seth Benschoter (147,173/320) all got their first start on Varsity, but it was senior Noah Jeppesen leading the way again (216,205/421) as the Go-Hawks win 2581 to 2404.

The varsity girls won 2280 – 1948 with the top series coming from Brynne Steckelberg(167,142/309) and high game from Jentry Eick (119,183/302).  Demonstrating how deep the bench goes on the girls side was Rachel Jebe(160,153/313) with big numbers off the JV team.

We will see all bowlers on Monday.


Waukon Results

WOW! that is how you start a season. The second highest team total to start a season for boys and girls in team history (19 years). Both teams start off winners crushing Waukon by over 500 pins each. You can get complete information here.

(Pro tip: click on the “W 1-0” on that page to get a complete scoresheet)

A few highlights:
Noah Jeppesen: 220,200/420
Lane Shears: 221
Peyton Dougan: 202

Marisa Schneider: 210,190/400
Jentry Eick: 183