Special Olympians compete at bowling meet

 

November 1, 2023

Courtesy photo

Members of the team include, back row, left to right, Cindy Peterson, teacher; Jenn Simon, parent; Max Simon, freshman; Cash Henderson, freshman; Johnathan Kamps, 18–21-year-old program; Kyle Belle Isle, eighth grade; Carlee Wika, coach; Dawn Graham, Head of Delegation; front row, Danielle Bowers, paraprofesional; Coy Stager, freshman; Carter Batiste, fifth grade; George Marshall, freshman; Deb Braun, best bus driver ever; Dixie Grace Marshall, third grade; Haley Wipf, sixth grade; Colden Marshall, seventh grade; Isaiah Goetz, 18–21-year-old program. Absent from the picture is Teagan Cody, also in the 18–21-year-old program; Kathy Kulm, teacher; Christy Onken and Martha Tran, paraprofessionals.

The Ipswich Tigers Special Olympics Bowling Team participated in the Area Bowling Meet held in Aberdeen on October 20, 2023.

Their teacher Dawn Graham said the team had a really good day.

Each athlete bowled in a different bracket based on age and a three-game average score sent in with registrations. The places the bowlers received are as follows: Johnathan Kamps, second place; Isaiah Goetz, fourth place; Teagan Cody, first place; Cash Henderson, first place; Coy Stager, sixth place; Max Simon, fourth place; George Marshall, first place; Colden Marshall, second place; Kyle Belle...



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