Bowling Senior Night

Legacy Victorio-Coto
After receiving his yellow rose, senior Treyton Rice embraces his father during the senior night ceremony at Play-Mor Lanes.

Seniors received the traditional yellow rose from parents and family members on Monday, February 5 at Play-Mor Lanes during their senior night ceremony. Newton bowlers hosted Salina South and Cheney high school.

Senior Treyton Rice has bowled all four years and lettered for 3 years. While his mother and father attended to give him his rose, there was another special person in the crowd supporting him.

“My grandpa,” said Rice, “ He comes to every single meet and he is the reason I started bowling in the first place.”

Rice admits that not only has he matured from freshman year, but his score has also improved significantly.

“My average went up 65 to 70 pins,” said Rice, “This year my average is 185, but freshman year it was around 120.”

In the future, Rice plans to attend K-State and major in Architecture.

“[K-State] doesn’t have an official competition team, however they do have intramural bowling that I plan on joining cause major comes before sport.”

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