(Council Bluffs) — The Lewis Central girls and Denison-Schleswig boys took home Hawkeye 10 bowling championships Friday.


Lewis Central rolled a 2604 as a team to capture the overall title. The Titans were led by Audriauna DeLong with a 400 — which was good for second place overall in the individual race. Aleesha Oden (388) and Jerika Koopmeiners (360) finished third and fourth respectively for LC.

Denison-Schleswig’s Cassidy Bradley won the individual title with a 425. Harlan’s Jayden Gessert scored a 342 to round out the top five.

Full results can be found below.


The Denison-Schleswig boys edged out Shenandoah to nab the conference title. The Monarchs top five all finished second-sixth in the individual race. Trey Brotherton led the way with a 450, Blake Polzin rolled a 436, Kyle Segebart scored 428, Jacob Miller finished with 413 and Lucas Segebart tallied 411 in the impressive performance.

Shenandoah’s Wyatt Aufdenberg won the individual championship with a 470. The Mustangs also got a ninth-place finish from Zayne Zwickel. LC’s Hunter Merksick finished seventh, Clarinda’s Preston Runyon was eighth and St. Albert’s Mason Myers rounded out the top ten.

Full results can be found below.