The Mustang bowling team finished its season Feb. 19 with a seventh-place team finish in the Class 1A District Bowling Tournament. The tournament was held in Muscatine.

Davis County finished the tournament with a final team score of 2,732 and bowled well in what Coach Jason Rook called the, “toughest district in the state.”

“In my opinion, it was the toughest 1A district in the state,” he said.

Lane Johnson led the Mustangs in his final bowling competition as a member of the Mustang bowling team. Johnson rolled a 435 two-game series. He started out the tournament with a great first game. He rolled a 237. His second game wasn’t quite as good, but still a strong performance with a 198.

Wyatt McClure rolled a 369 series in his final match of the season. He finished with a 190 in the opening game. His second game fell just short of that as he added a 179 in game two.

Drew Summers finished with a 356 series. He rolled games of 182 and 174. Noah Hamm finished with a 342 series after rolling games of 183 and 159.

Cameren Jackson finished with a 321 series. His scores were 165 in game one and 156 in game two. Nivek Link rolled a 287 series with game scores of 150 and 137.

Davis County got off to a rough start in Baker games rolling a 120. The boys settled in and picked up the intensity from there on out. They rolled a 201 in the second game. They had games of 193 and 180 before finishing the five-game series with a 213.

“The boys bowled their season high team score in this tournament,” said Rook. “Lane Johnson rolled his career high which was 10th in the district. Their team’s individual games were above average as a team this meet. The boys also rolled their best Baker game set of the season.”

Team Scores—1. Louisa Muscatine, 3251; 2. Monticello, 3198; 3. Fairfield, 2986; 4. Durant, 2923; 5. Bellevue, 2875; 6. Maquoketa, 2806; 7. Davis County, 2732; 8. Sigourney, 2497; 9. West Burlington-Notre Dame, 2302 and 10. Washington, 1956.