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Allied Bowling concludes its season with SuperBOWL tournament

Allied Bowling concludes season with SuperBOWL tournament

The Howard County Allied Sports bowling league concluded its season in grand fashion Feb. 2 in its SuperBOWL tournament.

There were 141 athletes from all 12 Howard County public high schools and Cedar Lane School.

Glenelg, the undefeated winner of Normandy Division, narrowly defeated Oakland Mills, the winner of the Columbia Division, to earn the county’s first Allied Bowling trophy.

Mt. Hebron and Wilde Lake finished second in their respective divisions, while the Vikings won the match.

Throughout the season, the bowlers improved exponentially, raising their scores as their confidence grew. The Scorpions Isaiah Gore bowled a high game of 221.

Other top bowlers include, the Gators Demarco Bell (204), Will Alexion (153), the Gladiators Keith Cranksa (189), Nick Boxall (182), River Hill’s Ryan Brown (171), Megan Gilbert (161), Howard’s Alec Behan (162), Nicky Mineart (143), Danny Delgado (142), the Wildecats Trey Ballinger (143), Hammond’s Justin Seanz (132), Long Reach’s Keygen Laster (129), Daniel Sanchez (129) and Centennial’s Ian Dvornicky (118).

Glenelg, Mt. Hebron, Reservoir and Oakland Mills will represent Howard County in the first District V Challenge against Anne Arundel County on Friday, Feb. 12.

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