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Red Wolves Bowling strikes an 8-1 start in opening frames of winter season

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (November 13, 2022) – The winter 2022-23 sports season at TF South has officially begun, with Boys Bowling getting the season rolling with a dominant 8-1 start since the season’s first game less than two weeks ago.

Boys Bowling

Thursday, November 10

Opponent: Argo High School

Results: TF South lost to Argo 2022-1891

Mike Chancey had the high score of the day for the Red Wolves with 256.

Monday, November 14

Opponents: Eisenhower High School, Rich Township High School

Results: The Red Wolves handily beat Eisenhower and Rich Township: TFS – 2133, Eisenhower – 1614, Rich Township – 1523

Jaiden Woolridge bowled a 299, while Ethan Modjeski notched 258.

Tuesday, November 15

Opponent: Richards High School

Results: TF South beat Richards 1976-1774

High games on the day went to Ethan Modjeski (246) and Lewis Barney (225).

Thursday, November 17

Opponent: Shepard High School

Results: TF South beat Shepard 2134 – 2006

High games went to Mike Chancey (236 and 233) and Karter Thomas (230 and 226).

Additional games

In addition to the scores reported above, The Red Wolves have also rolled past Lincoln-Way Central, Reavis, Oak Lawn, and Bloom Township High Schools, notching their record at 8-1 before the upcoming Oak Lawn Invite on Saturday, November 19.

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For the second straight school year, The Lansing Journal is covering sports regularly at TF South, thanks to an ongoing partnership with the athletic department and coaches at the school. This kind of regular coverage takes time, resources, and communication. If you have kids or grandkids participating in TFS sports, or if you appreciate a newspaper that cares about covering the youth in our community, consider giving to The Lansing Journal today to support our important work:

Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.