Article by Newsday’s Peter Kersich:
Kellenberg’s Daisha Howard usually doesn’t have a tough time knocking down pins, but when she got off to a shaky start in Thursday’s CHSAA girls bowling final, she didn’t hesitate to seek advice.
“In the beginning of the first game I was struggling, and I asked my teammates for help,” Howard said. “They told me where I should stand, I trusted them, and they helped me get back on track.”
Howard closed out Game 1 with three strikes in the 10th frame and rolled a 170. She went on to throw a 196 in Game 2, a 186 in Game 3 and finished with a 552 series as No. 1 Kellenberg defeated No. 2 St. Dominic, 8-1, at Wantagh Lanes.
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