By: Matt Rothman
Despite starting the season with only two bowlers, the Coral Springs High School bowling team improved drastically throughout the season and added two more before the year was over.
The Colts missed out on advancing to States but individually, Tomas Cordero finished in sixth place in Districts. He finished the season 148 pins shy of 5,000 in 26 games. Patricio Guillen also competed in all their matches and had an average of 124.
CSHS added two more bowlers in Alexandra Mendoza and Liana Guillen at the midway point in the season, who combined for 2,435 pins.
Head Coach Berta Reed was extremely proud of the Colts and how they competed. They ended the season with five wins. However, Coach Reed is encouraging any students that are interested in coming and joining the varsity team next year after Cordero and Guillen are set to graduate this spring.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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