Bowling
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2018-2019 INFORMATION

DATES TO REMEMBER

  • October 31 - November 28----------------------------Coaches Exam/Testing Dates
  • November 26- December 31 (NOT 23-27)--------Team Try-outs (1 week only)
  • January 1----------------------------------------------------1st Day of Practice
  • January 1----------------------------------------------------1st Day of Competition
  • February 18-23---------------------------------------------Regional Tournaments
  • February 28-------------------------------------------------Class 5-1A State Tournament
  • March 1------------------------------------------------------Class 6A State Tournament

TRYOUT GUIDELINES
Try-outs for high school bowling may be conducted using the following guidelines:

  1. Tryouts may begin on Monday following Thanksgiving (November 26, 2018).
  2. Tryouts may be one week in length.
  3. Tryouts may not be conducted during the KSHSAA holiday non-practice dates of December 23-27, 2018.
  4. Students must have a physical examination in order to tryout. They will need a PPE (physical exam) and a concussion head injury form on file in the school office prior to their first day of school tryouts.

POINT OF EMPHASIS FOR 2019 SEASON
ATTIRE: The head coach of each participating school is responsible to ensure that all of their student athletes are wearing appropriate attire as outlined in the 2018-2019 KSHSAA Bowling Manual, page 17. This applies to regular season and postseason events. Bowlers that are not dressed appropriately will not be allowed to compete.

REGULAR SEASON COMPETITION
No student representing a KSHSAA member high school shall participate in more than 10 days of competition during a season, exclusive of the regional and state tournaments.

REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS
Regional tournaments will be conducted during the week of February 18-23, 2019. There will be 3 regional tournaments in Class 6A and 4 regional tournaments in Class 5-1A.
Schools with both a boys and girls team will not be split. Schools with single gender teams will take turns traveling to other sites in order to provide for an equal number of team insofar as possible.
Regional Assignments will be posted no later than December 1.

REGIONAL COMPETITION
This season/year (2019) the Girls will compete first at post-season tournaments, followed by the Boys competition.
During regional competition, three regular games of American Tenpins will be bowled using the top four scores per game to determine the total pin count. Four additional games will be bowled in Baker format. The total for the three regular Tenpin games plus the total from the four Baker games will be added together. The highest pin count wins.

QUALIFYING FOR STATE
144 bowlers will qualify for state competition in Class 6A – 72 in Girls and 72 in Boys. 192 bowlers will qualify for state competition in Class 5-1A – 96 in Girls and 96 in Boys.
TEAM – In 6A, the top three (3) teams at three (3) regional tournaments will qualify for the state tournament. In 5-1A, the top three (3) teams at four (4) regional tournaments will qualify for the state tournament.
INDIVIDUALS – If a school enters fewer than 4 participants at a regional tournament, they will compete for individual honors. The top 6 bowlers in American Tenpin competition at each regional site that are not members of a qualifying team will qualify for the state tournament.

Bowling Data Information

 

 

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Current Boys Champions Current Girls Champions

6A

 

5-1A

 

Wichita-Northwest (T)

Blake Massey, Washburn Rural (I)

Topeka West (T)

Dillon Malone, Bishop Carroll (I)

6A

 

5-1A

 

Haysville-Campus (T)

Piper Reams, Haysville-Campus (I)

Bishop Carroll (T)

Lauren Lust, Salina-South (I)


[Previous State Champions]


[Previous State Champions]

 
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