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Bowling: LWC Men finish 12th at Brandon Burns Memorial

Smyrna, TN - The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team finished in 12th place at the Brandon Burns Memorial tournament over the weekend.

Lindsey Wilson racked up 8,570 points across six team games and 16 baker style games. LWC managed 5,796 points during the team games and 2,774 points during baker play.

Peyton Huskey produced the best finish from Lindsey Wilson finishing in 19th place with a 211.8 pin average across his six games. He knocked down 1,271 pins along the way. Brandon Pendley took 50th with a 196.7 pin average and Dylan Stringer took 71st with a 180.3 average as the pair also played six games.

Tanner Goodman averaged 203 pins across his five games played while Patrick Walker picked up a 185.3 pin average across his four games. Andrew O'Dell rounded out the Blue Raiders final two games averaging 175.5 pins.

Lindsey Wilson is back in action on Nov. 26-27 when they compete at the All NAIA Event in Louisville, Kentucky.

This story was posted on 2022-11-21 21:49:09
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