WATERLOO – Clarke girls bowling finished in eighth place at the Class 1A State Bowling Championship Monday, Feb. 24.
Taking the top spot was Louisa-Muscatine with a grand total of 3,043 pins. Clarke ended its day with a grand total of 1,975.
The Lady Indians were led by Hannah Wisnewski’s 272 pin total. Wisnewski was consistent, scoring 138 in the first game and finishing her second with 134 pins.
Landi Helgevold led Clarke in the first game with 141 pins. She backed up the team-high performance with 124 in the second game to finish tied with Jadie Bowlsby for a 265 pin total.
Bowlsby knocked down 131 in the first game and scored a team-high for the day with 152 pins in the second game.
Ryleigh Luce and Jessinda Davenport rounded out the remaining scores with 228 and 207 pins, respectively.
After two games, Clarke trailed seventh place Red Oak 1,575-1,237 as the Lady Indians entered the Baker’s round.
The final Baker’s round was the high-round, scoring 193 pins en route to a 738 pin Baker score.
Team scores – Louisa-Muscatine 3,043; Central DeWitt 2,719; Charles City 2,577; Dubuque Wahlert 2,437; Independence 2,434; Harlan 2,433; Red Oak 2,305; Clarke 1,975.
Clarke — Hannah Wisnewski 272 (138, 134); Jadie Bowlsby 265 (113, 152); Landi Helgevold 265 (141, 124); Ryleigh Luce 228 (116,112); Jessinda Davenport 207 (113, 207).
Baker total – 738