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2024 varsity boys bowling season recap

Adrian Sadiku
Senior Dominic Duey looks down the lane following his release as he looks to pick up the clutch strike.

There were some question marks coming into the 2024 season for the Woodhaven varsity boys bowling team, but they delivered yet another successful season in typical Warrior fashion. 

Coming off a team state championship appearance last year, they had somewhat high expectations for this season, and they were able to meet those by ending up with a 12-5 record overall. This was a Warrior group that never gave up with their backs against the wall. 

The boys started off the season losing their first 3 matches, which would often kill the momentum of many teams; however, the Warrior boys never backed down from their competition and they finished off by winning 12 of their last 14 games of the season.

They were led throughout the season by senior Dominic Duey. The all-state talent and team captain Duey reflected on the season’s success saying, “We lost 2 great seniors from our state title run a year ago, but players definitely stepped up and bowled the best they could to contribute to our success this year.”

Ricardo Vallejo, Gabe Manson, and Mason Farkas all rolled the ball well for the Warriors this year. Nicholas Smith, Dominick Alesescu, and Noah Baron all contributed to the Warrior success in the 2024 season.

The Warriors headed into regionals with high hopes and finished in 5th place to end their season. Although it was not the exact result that they had hoped for, they gave it their all at the regional meet and should be proud of the season that they had. Duey stated, “It was not the result any of us were hoping for, but I am really proud of everyone on this team. Being the only senior on the team right now, I know this group of underclassmen will come back stronger next year.”

The future of the Warrior bowling squad looks very promising next year with so many returning players. It sure will be exciting to see how their offseason work pays off in the 2025 season.

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