Papillion-La Vista South girls bowling sets sights on state title

2021 was the first year bowling was a sanctioned sport in Nebraska.In year one, Papillion-La Vista South girls finished 3rd at state, but they still feel like they have plenty left to prove.”They definitely have a feeling of some unfinished business ,” said head coach Alan Busch.Last year, the team only had six girls come out for bowling. That number grew to 10 in year two. “We have a lot of great team cohesion right now,” said Claire Busch, a senior on the team. “We all get along super well. We’ve been doing some team bonding and that’s been helping a lot lately.”That bond has led to the best bowling in Class A and a 16-1 record.”We’ve got some motivated , talented girls here and they have a lot of desire,” Coach Busch added. One of those talented girls is Claire Busch, who recently bowled a perfect game 300.”It’s so surreal even still, like, did I actually do that,” she said. “But, yeah, I was super proud of myself.”A perfect game has always been a goal of Busch’s, but the top prize in her mind is bringing a state title home with her Titan teammates.”It would be amazing to go out with a bang,” said Busch. “It would be incredible if we could bring home that state title.”

2021 was the first year bowling was a sanctioned sport in Nebraska.

In year one, Papillion-La Vista South girls finished 3rd at state, but they still feel like they have plenty left to prove.

“They definitely have a feeling of some unfinished business,” said head coach Alan Busch.

Last year, the team only had six girls come out for bowling. That number grew to 10 in year two.

“We have a lot of great team cohesion right now,” said Claire Busch, a senior on the team. “We all get along super well. We’ve been doing some team bonding and that’s been helping a lot lately.”

That bond has led to the best bowling in Class A and a 16-1 record.

“We’ve got some motivated, talented girls here and they have a lot of desire,” Coach Busch added.

One of those talented girls is Claire Busch, who recently bowled a perfect game 300.

“It’s so surreal even still, like, did I actually do that,” she said. “But, yeah, I was super proud of myself.”

A perfect game has always been a goal of Busch’s, but the top prize in her mind is bringing a state title home with her Titan teammates.

“It would be amazing to go out with a bang,” Busch said. “It would be incredible if we could bring home that state title.”

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