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Bowlers to head to state finals

The Lady Red Hawks bowling team took second place at regionals last week Picture from L to R is Coach Crystal Morales, Omani Morales, Hailey Begeman, Nicole Baker, Chloe Gisk, Katelyn Paige, Kayla Walters, and Coach Tim Jackson. 

These bowlers will go to the state finals as individuals: L to R: Katelyn Paige 4th, Isaiah Waite 9th and Omani Morales Division 2 Regional champion.

The Lady Red Hawk bowlers took 2nd place at Regionals last week and will now to advance to state finals this coming weekend.

Three Red Hawk bowlers also will advance to state finals as individuals: Isaiah Waite was 9th for the boys; Katelyn Paige 4th for the girls, and Omani Morales was the Division 2 Regional champion. 

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Lady Red Hawk bowlers win conference

The Lady Red Hawk bowlers are OK White conference champions.  Pictured L to R: Coach Tim Jackson, Katelyn Paige, Chloe Fisk, Omani Morales, Nicole Baker, Kayla Walters, Hailey Begeman, and Coach Crystal Morales. Courtesy photo.

The Lady Red Hawk bowlers are three-time OK White conference champions! They bowled their hearts out on Saturday at Rockford Lanes to seal the deal. Senior Omani Morales bowled her high game of 299. 

The boys placed third in conference, and Ethan Plummer bowled his new high school high game of 278.

These six Red Hawk bowler placed in conference play (L to R): Isaiah Waite 5th, Clifford Ranger V, honorable mention, Omani Morales 1st, Ethan Plummer 9th, Chloe Fisk 5th, Katelyn Paige 2nd. Courtesy photo.

The boys and girls bowling teams also had six individuals place in conference. For the boys team Isaiah Waite was 5th, Ethan Plummer 9th, and Clifford Ranger V was honorable mention. For the girls team, Omani Morales was 1st, Katelyn Paige 2nd, and Chloe Fisk, 5th.

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