Minooka boys bowling team fourth at State
If the Minooka boys bowling team hadn't go off to such a terrific start at the IHSA State Bowling Meet this weekend, virtually nobody would think anything bad about a fourth-place finish. Instead, the Indians are left shaking their heads about what could have been instead of being satisfied with making MCHS history.
"We were leading most of the time but it all fell apart for us in that last round," Minooka coach Derrick Rapsky said. "We were in position after three rounds but it turns out that we rolled our worst three game series of the year."
"It means something, but we had first place going into the last three games. We just fell apart in the end," Minooka senior bowler Justin Shepard said. "The results of the tournament is going to linger, but I'm proud that we were able to be the highest finishing team ever at the school."
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