The Junction City Blue Jays turned in a score of 2763 pins Monday at JC Bowl enroute to a first place finish in a triangular with Garden City and Manhattan.
Tyler Gromlovits of Junction City finished first in the individual competition with a result of 803 pins.
Blue Jay coach Brad Adams said the 2763 total beat the season best for Junction City by almost 250 pins. On Gromlovits performance he said, “803 in a high school tournament is huge. 803 for an adult is huge. You just don’t walk around every day and see high school kids shoot 800. It’s unbelievable watching him bowl.”
Savannah Adams led the Lady Jays with a 657. Junction City finished second in the team competition with 2,381 pins.
It was Senior Day for JCHS with the seniors including Tyler Gromlovits, Easton Rindt, Chloe Lovell and Taylar Smith. The Junction City bowling teams will compete in a regional tournament in Lawrence on Tuesday.