Lee’s Summit High School bowling team bowls first perfect game in Missouri

October 30, 2013 

LSHS bowling team includes, front row, from left, Casey Snow, Lucas Devine, Riley Groom, and back row, from left, Nick Brown, Jackson Olson (injured player), Jordan Elledge, Tanner Blayney, Drew White, Bradford Severn.

PHOTO COURTESY KEVIN BLAYNEY

The Lee’s Summit High School bowling team placed fifth at state, won $800 in scholarship money and went on to Show Me Games, placing second for $500 in scholarship money.

The school-sponsored bowling team at Lee’s Summit High School bowled 24 Baker games at the Missouri State Bowling Tournament, held May 25 in St. Joseph. Only 24 high schools are invited to compete for a portion of $10,000 in scholarship money to be distributed among the top five teams.

LSHS was presented a plaque for fifth place and a plaque for the highest Baker game and the crowd gave the team a standing ovation.

On Aug. 18 at the Greater Kansas City Hall of Fame Banquet, the LSHS team was honored by the United States Bowling Congress with each team member being awarded a plaque for the first Baker 300 in Missouri.

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