Bowling Tournament Photo Story

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  • The team watches one of their teammates take his turn bowling on Monday, August 27 at Oviedo Lanes. After a good turn, the players would exchange high fives and handshakes.

    Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

  • Senior Austin Ray prepares to begin his turn during the bowling tournament at Oviedo Lanes on Monday, August 27. The boys used a piece of cloth to polish the balls before rolling.

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  • Senior Josh Singh rolls the bowling ball down the lane during a tournament at Oviedo Lanes on Monday, August 27. Before starting their turns, the bowlers used the vent at the back of the ball return to make sure their hands were dry so the ball would release smoothly.

    Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

  • Senior Austin Ray steps before he releases the ball at Oviedo Lanes on Monday, August 27. Most of the boys on the team use both hands to roll the ball and make it curve.

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  • Senior Josh Singh watches the ball roll down the lane, at Oviedo Lanes on Monday, August 27, after he lets go. Many teams shout out chants to keep their bowlers energized.

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  • A Brantley bowler reaches for the ball to start his turn on Monday, August 27 at Oviedo Lanes. The bowlers tended to use the same balls for their turns.

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  • Senior Austin Ray shows off his proper bowling technique at the bowling tournament on Monday, August 27 at the Oviedo Lanes. For the first round, Brantley was in a lane rights next to Lyman.

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  • The boys bowling team and Coach Gary Fletcher meets to discuss strategy before the tournament begins on Monday, August 27. The team about 30 minutes of practice time to warm up before the game.

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  • Senior Josh Singh rolls the ball down the lane at a bowling tournament on Monday, August 27 at the Oviedo Lanes.Lake Mary, Lyman, and Oviedo High School were among the teams there.

    Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

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Although bowling might not be the sport that Brantley is best known for, the bowling team is a very important part of the community on campus. Both the boys and girls bowling teams hold regular practices at Brunswick Lanes on top of participating in tournaments. These tournaments include high schools from the around the area, including Lake Mary, Lyman, and Oviedo High School. All of the teams had different uniforms displaying their school colors. One girls bowling team even had matching hair bows. This particular tournament was held at Oviedo Lanes on Monday, August 27. This tournament began at about 3:15 pm, meaning the players had to come straight from school, and lasted a few hours. The bowling balls were provided by the lanes, but most players brought their own shoes to bowl in.

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