For the second time in three seasons, the Sigourney-Keota bowling team will be represented at the state with Brock Alderson beating all competition in Tuesday’s Class 1A state qualifier at Muscatine’s Rose Bowl.
The sophomore turned heads as he won the competition with a score of 712 in the three-game series, beating second place by 24 pins. He continued to improve throughout the day with a 226 first game, followed by a 229 second, and saving the best for last with a 257 third. Alderson becomes just the second Cobra to finish. qualify for state, the first being Holden Huffman in 2020. The team finished fourth out of six with a final tally of 2,291 and Louisa-Muscatine won with 3,199. Other SK scores included Landyn Greiner 532, Ty Krueger 513, Corren Freel 485, Seth Donald 434 and Gable Goff 413.
The Cobra Girls finished second as a team with 2,272 pins to L&M, making it a clean sweep with 2,853. Hannah Alderson led the way with a streak of 473, Jayden Montgomery finished with 453, Samantha Bombei 373 , Addison Richardson 354 and Sofya Lobzova 350.
Brock Alderson will compete at the state on Tuesday at Maple Lanes Bowling Center in Waterloo.
Photo courtesy of Sigourney Schools