Girls Varsity Bowling · Bowling: Cain & Law named All-Midstate, Bowler of Year nominees


Miranda Cain and Destiny Law of White House have been named to the 2019 Tennessean All-Midstate girls bowling team and nominees for The Tennessean Sports Awards Girls Bowler of the Year.

GIRLS

All members of the Tennessean All-Midstate girls bowling team are nominees for the girls bowler of the year. The winner will be announced on May 31 at the fourth annual Tennessean Sports Awards presented by Farm Bureau Health Plans.

Miranda Cain

White House, So.

Why chosen: Cain finished 15th in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. She averaged 183.54 during the regular season.

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Katherine Campbell

White House Heritage, So.

Why chosen: Campbell finished 12th in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. She averaged 193.88 during the regular season.

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Elizabeth Coutta

Smyrna, Fr.

Why chosen: Coutta finished eighth in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. Coutta averaged 207.74 during the regular season.

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Danielle Jedlicki

Siegel, Sr.

Why chosen: Jedlicki finished fifth in the TSSAA Division I girls state tournament. She averaged 199.29 during the regular season.

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Destiny Law

White House, Sr.

Why chosen: Law finished 11th in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. She averaged 195.20 during the regular season.

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Sarah Sanes

Blackman, Sr.

Why chosen: The Arkansas State signee finished seventh in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. She averaged 207.70 during the regular season.

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Baileigh Snow

Blackman, Jr.

Why chosen: Snow finished ninth in the TSSAA Division I girls individual state tournament. She averaged 213 during the regular season.

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Olivia VanHooser

Friendship Christian, 8th

Why chosen: Van Hooser won the TSSAA Division II girls individual state tournament. She averaged 176.45 during the regular season.

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COACH OF THE YEAR

Jon Shoulders

Friendship Christian

Why chosen: Friendship Christian won the Division II girls team tournament, beating Pope John Paul II 16.5-10.5 with 2,520 total pins. It was the Lady Commanders’ second straight team title.