Boys Varsity Bowling, Girls Varsity Bowling · Tennessean: Vickers and Husted named All-Midstate Bowling


White House boys bowler Austin Vickers and girls bowler Kyleigh Husted were both selected as members of the 2020 Tennessean All-Midstate Bowling Team and nominated for bowler of the year. The list below is from the original Tennessean story.


All members of the Tennessean All-Midstate boys bowling team are nominees for the boys bowler of the year.

Jacob Berry

Blackman, Sr.

Why chosen: Berry led the Nashville area with a 227.87 average. He finished 17th in the Division I state tournament.

Trevor Brady

Santa Fe, Sr.

Why chosen: Brady finished fifth in the Division I boys individual state tournament. He averaged 222 during the season.

Coleman Bryant

Brentwood, Sr.

Why chosen: Bryant finished third in the Division I boys individual state tournament. He averaged 204 during the season.

Hunter Hardaway

Greenbrier, Sr.

Why chosen: Hardaway finished state runner-up in Division I, losing in the championship by nine pins. He averaged 207.52 during the season.

Dusty Malone

Dickson Co., Sr.

Why chosen: Malone finished sixth in the Division I boys individual state tournament. He averaged 201.78 during the season.

Matthew Mesecher

Pope John Paul II, Jr.

Why chosen: Mesecher won the Division II boys individual championship, winning by three pins. He averaged 203.50.

Aaron Roe

Smyrna, Sr.

Why chosen: Roe finished 11th in the Division I boys individual championships. He averaged 207.04 during the season.

Austin Vickers

White House, Jr.

Why chosen: Vickers finished seventh in the Division I boys individual championships. He averaged 202.93 during the season.

Coach of the Year

Jesse Messick

Blackman

Why chosen: The Blaze reached the Division I boys semifinals. Blackman rolled more than 3,400 pins in both matches.

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All members of the Tennessean All-Midstate girls bowling team are nominees for the girls bowler of the year.

GIRLS

Elizabeth Coutta

Smyrna, So.

Why chosen: Coutta finished eighth in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 205.24 during the season.

Madison Goshert

Lawrence Co., Sr.

Why chosen: Goshert finished fifth in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 188.37 during the season.

Jenna Hedgepath

Lipscomb Academy, Fr.

Why chosen: Hedgepath won the Division II girls individual championship by 31 pins. She averaged 196.56 during the season.

Kyleigh Husted

White House, Jr.

Why chosen: Husted finished second in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 189.63 during the season.

Haleigh Lawwell

Siegel, Sr.

Why chosen: Lawwell finished 11th in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 189.75 during the season.

Baileigh Snow

Blackman, Sr.

Why chosen: Snow finished ninth in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 209 during the season.

Hayli Stewart

Lebanon, Sr.

Why chosen: Stewart, a Tusculum signee, finished 10th in the Division I girls individual championships. She averaged 183.94 during the season.

Olivia Van Hooser

Friendship Christian, Fr.

Why chosen: Van Hooser finished second in the Division II girls individual championships. She averaged 178.13 during the season.

Coach of the Year

Diana Benson

Lipscomb Academy

Why chosen: Benson led the Lady Mustangs to their first girls bowling state championship, winning the Division II title.