Varsity Bowling · ICYMI: Smyrna Bowling captures fifth state championship
Cecil Joyce, Murfreesboro Daily News Journal Published 4:38 p.m. CT Jan. 19, 2019 | Updated 6:40 p.m. CT Jan. 19, 2019 SMYRNA — Smyrna freshman Elizabeth Coutta admitted she was nervous bowling with the Bulldog boys team this season. As it turns out, Coutta was one of the major reasons the Bulldogs captured their fifth TSSAA Division I
Varsity Bowling · Bowling team advances to the state tournament
The Smyrna high bowling team defeated Bradley Central this past Saturday to advance to the TSSAA state championships. Information about attending the state tournament is below: Spectator Information Admission Thursday: $8, Friday: $8, Saturday: $10. Children school-age and older must purchase a ticket. Gates open each day at 7:30 AM CST. Please do not attempt
Varsity Bowling · Bowling claims another region championship
The Smyrna Bowling team added another piece of hardware to their already full trophy case by defeating powerhouse Lawrence County in the region championship Monday afternoon at Smyrna Bowling Center. The Bulldogs were led by Xavier Powell-Short, Josh Meeke, Aaron Roe, and Tim Smith who all bowled games over 250. Elizabeth Catta and Blake Evans
Varsity Bowling · Smyrna Bowling bests Columbia Central for region championship berth
The Smyrna High bowling team reached the Region championship yesterday by defeating Columbia by a score of 20-7. Aaron Roe had the high score of the match bowling a 257 in game 1. The Bulldogs move on to face Lawrence County in the Region championship. Great job Bulldogs!