The Harlan Community girls earned second-place medals at the Le Mars Bowling Tournament on January 26. Left-right: Head Coach David Tyrrel, Olivia Petersen, Sydney O’Neill, Abby Swank, Jayden Gessert, Madison Horn, Ania Kaster, Assistant Coach Jami Andersen. (Photos contributed) HCHS junior Darren Stein placed second and sophomore Abby Swank placed third to earn individual medals at the Le Mars Tournament.

Cyclone girls place second at Le Mars Bowling Tourney

HCHS boys finish fourth in tough field; Stein and Swank earn medals

 LE MARS (Jan. 26) -- The Harlan Community girls placed second and the boys took fourth in last Saturday’s Le Mars Bowling Tournament, both posting their season-best team scores at Sweet 16 Lanes.
 Le Mars swept the team titles on the day, including a 2,878 score by the girls, who were led by Kaitelin Konz’s first-place individual series of 407 (215-192). HCHS placed second out of six teams with a 2,481 and Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson (2,449) was third.
 The Bulldog boys were paced by individual champion Evan Berkenpas’ 513 series (279-234) and scored a winning total of 3,218, followed by Thomas Jefferson (3,119), OA-BCIG (2,962) and HCHS (2,734).
 Cyclone individual medalists included Darren Stein’s second-place score of 465 (213-252) for the boys and Abby Swank’s third-place 391 (194-197) for the girls.
 The HCHS girls placed four bowlers in the top 10 as Ania Kaster (8th) and Jayden Gessert (9th) both rolled a 365 and Madison Horn (10th) had a 363. The Cyclone boys’ next three scores all landed in the top 20: Jacob Dotzler 402 (14th), William Funke 390 (16th) and Samuel Andersen 376 (20th).

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