Beaver Dam Girls High School Bowlers Head To State

The Beaver Dam high school girls bowling team will head to Wausau this weekend for the Wisconsin State High School Bowling Championships.  Beaver Dam earned the right to defend their state title by winning the District 6 championship in Watertown last month.  Head coach Joe Munro says that five seniors, which he has coached since 6th grade, lead this year’s squad to state. Those five seniors include; Marissa Munro, Haylee Schwark, Kylee Mullenbach, Kylie Hupf, and Bre Janusz.  Sophomore Samantha Radig is the lone underclassman heading to state.   Munro and Schwark have also qualified for the individual championship.  Schwark is going to bowl collegiately at William Penn University.

The individual championship sees each kegler bowl three games with the top 24 girls advancing to the next stage.  There will be another elimination after the 2nd stage to set the field for Sunday’s championship round. The team tournament is 15 games of Baker style bowling, which means five girls alternate bowling one frame at a time through each game.  The top teams advance to Sunday’s championship round.

The 2020 Wisconsin State High School Bowling Championships is being held at Dale’s Weston Lanes in Wausau, March 6th through the 8th.

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