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Robinson prepares for a new bowling league

Photo courtesy of Andrew Robinson

Photo courtesy of Andrew Robinson

Theo Yoder, Sports Editor

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Junior Andrew Robinson has been bowling strikes and spares since the fourth grade. Just recently in his previous season, through the months of January to mid April, he has successfully won three awards in his league. These awards include: first place in Robinson’s division, high team scratch and most improved. The award given for high team scratch indicates that Robison, along with his teammate, won the games they played by the most pins. The most improved award indicates that Robinson’s average score increased the most by the end of the season compared to other players in his league. He improved from a 150 average score to a 175 average.

 

“I feel like I personally did a lot better this season because I improved more on my technique and how I feel like I need to bowl. I tool lessons with one of the major coaches in our league and that straightened me out and made me feel a lot better,” Robinson said.

 

After this next bowling season, Robinson will be the oldest in the league by about four years. However, he is planning to move up to adult leagues where he has a chance of going professional.

 

“I get to face off against many different people in the adult realm so I am really looking forward to the adult leagues; I intend to take my bowling career further” Robinson said. “I love bowling because it is more of an individual sport. Anything that goes wrong, it is all about you. If you want to make improvements, you don’t need your team like in other sports, you just need you, by yourself, out on the lane.”

 

After completing this next season, Robinson will gain his PBA card with allows him to participate in a variety of regional and state level tournaments. Throughout the entirety of his bowling career, Robison has won several hundred dollars from these tournaments. This summer, he plans on participated in more competitions in hopes of earning a few more hundred dollars.

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