On Jan. 27, 2016, the Miami Trace boys bowling team competed against Clinton-Massie and set a new school record.
The Panthers bowled a team score of 2,703, which included 10 regular and three baker games, or an average of 207.92 pins per game.
The team was led by Jameson Rowland with a 235 and 237 for a total of 472.
Jackson Perkins bowled games of 223 and 193 for a 416.
Blake Bradshaw had a two-game total of 408 (183 and 225); Devon Harmon had a 221 and a 159 game for a total of 380 and Nate Anderson had a 199 and 168 for a 367 total.
Brandon Hinkley and Gavin Sturgill both bowled in the baker games, which were 263, 234 and 163 for a total of 660, establishing the new school record of 2,307.
“This was a real team effort by these young men,” Miami Trace coach Ron Amore Sr. said.