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Sophomore Gonzalez is first female BNI bowler to advance to semi-state

CARLY SANCHEZ, Staff reporter

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 Bishop Noll sophomore Alexis Gonzalez is the first female bowler to make top 10 for regionals and advancing to semi-state in over 10 years.

  Alexis began bowling at the age 10 or 11.

“My dad was the one who got me into bowling because he bowls in a Friday night league, and he also coaches the team at Mount Carmel,” Gonzalez says.

  Alexis finds bowling at the high school level competitive.

  “Bowling can definitely get competitive at the high school level. Many of the bowlers in our league easily average a 200 or higher, which is really good,” she says.

  “It’s exciting to be advancing this far. I didn’t expect myself to make it out of sectionals. Now I will just have to try my best to make it past semi state!” Said Alexis

  Gonzalez had an overall great run this season placing 22 out of 28 at the semi state tournament.

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