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Great Bend Panther Bowling
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The Great Bend Panther Bowling teams traveled to Wichita on Saturday to compete in the 27 Team Bishop Carroll Bakers Tournament. The girls team finished in 9th place. Team members included: senior Hanna Pfeifer, juniors Allie Brodrick, Kylynn Keeler, McKenzy Black, and Elsi Miller along with sophomore Jordan Vsetecka.  
The Panther boys bowling team earned 5th place medals and were the highest finishing 5A – 1A team. The boy’s squad was led by senior Kendall Lloyd, junior Jacob Holden, sophomore Kameron Keener, and freshmen Jordan Black, Blake Sheets, and AJ Roberts.
Great Bend vs. Dodge City and Holcomb
The Lady Panthers earned 8 out of the possible 11 points in their opening WAC contest in Dodge City on Tuesday afternoon. The team dominated their opponents and swept the medal count. Junior Allie Brodrick captured the gold medal with a high series of 508, junior McKenzy Black rolled a series of 501 for the silver, and senior Hanna Pfiefer took home the bronze with a series of 496. Team members include Pfeifer, Brodrick, Black, Kylynn Keeler, Elsi Miller and Jordan Vsetecka. The Lady Panther JV squad also swept the medal count and won nine of the possible 11 points in their contest. Sophomore Sydney Soukup finished in 1st place with a series of 406, senior Alex Snyder was 2nd with a 397 series and sophomore Leigha Belote finished in 3rd place with a total of 381.
The Panther Boys team earned seven out of the possible 11 points defeating both Dodge City and Holcomb. The team was led by junior Jacob Holden who rolled games of 259, 215, 212 for a 686 series and a 1st place finish. Junior Kendall Lloyd earned the 2nd place medal as he rolled games of 197, 236, and 224 for series total of 657. Varsity team members included, Lloyd, Holden, Brodie Owens, Kameron Keener, Jordan Black, and Blake Sheets. In JV action the boys also finished in the top two positions as senior Tylar Wagner finished in 1st place with a series total of 542 and junior Drew Reed brought home the silver medal with series total of 507.
The next action for the Panthers will be Tuesday Jan. 19, when they travel to Garden City. The varsity squad will be at Garden Bowl and the JV squads will be competing at Hard Rock Lanes.