By: Lee Ramsey
The Seymour Eagles bowling team is still undefeated after a big win over Pigeon Forge recently. The win makes the Seymour Boys 10-0 with the all important post season tournament approaching.
The Eagles broke the 3,000 pin fall mark once again this season with a 3,032 total. Seymour won the match 25-2 in a very convincing win at Pigeon Forge community Center.
The blue and gold dominated from start to finish winning their games 6-2, 8-0 and 11-0.
As usual, Dylan McClure led the Eagles with a 621 series score. He was followed by Bryan Woodward another excellent bowler with a 575. He also had the high game score which was 224. Woodward was followed by Quinton Aubion with a 506. Derrick Evans followed with a 464 and Cody Cravens with a 436. Grady Miller subbed the second game and had a 150 and a 180.
“I was proud of our boys for breaking the 3,000 mark again and for Dylan McClure for his 621 series score,” said Seymour Bowling Coach Charles Ogle. “I was especially proud of Grady Miller for stepping up and bowling a 150 and 180. The boys will be facing a much improved Sevier County team next week.”
The Seymour girls won a close one 14-13 with a total pin fall of 2,460 to 2,379.
They were led by Michaela Disney with a series score of 466. She was followed by Marissa Disney with a 459 and a game high score of 178. She was followed by Sarah Disney with a 435. All four of the top scorers for Seymour are sisters and 3 of them are triplets.
The Lady Eagles started out behind after the first game 6-2.
They rallied the second game to take a 9-7 lead after a 7-1 game. The Lady Tigers came back but fell just short after the 6-5 final game.
“It was a great effort by our girls. We were down 2-6 after the first game but we pulled ahead by the end of the second game,” said Ogle. “The girls had to hold off a strong comeback effort by the Pigeon Forge girls but we pulled off the win 14-13. The entire team contributed to the win. I couldn’t ask for better effort.”
Next up for Seymour bowlers will be Sevier County.
Seymour Bowling Remains Undefeated
By: Lee Ramsey