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Clarinda's Pulliam, Johnson named first team all-district

Clarinda's Pulliam, Johnson named first team all-district

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Ally Johnson, Clarinda

Clarinda sophomore Ally Johnson winds up during her approach during a Class 1A district tournament Thursday, Feb. 18, at Thunderbowl in Council Bluffs. Johnson and teammate Madi Pulliam were named to the Iowa High School Bowling Coaches Association's Class 1A West District first team. Teammate Andi Woods was a second team selection.

There were four Clarinda athletes and two Shenandoah athletes named to the all-district team by the Iowa High School Bowling Coaches Association.

The Iowa Bowling Coaches released all-district and all-state teams for all classes and for both boys and girls Sunday, Feb. 21.

Clarinda senior Madi Pulliam and sophomore Ally Johnson were two of the six girls selected to the first team for the Class 1A West District while Shenandoah senior Zayne Zwickel was named to the boys first team for the same district.

Pulliam averaged a 354 series and Johnson a 333 as the top two Cardinals this season.

Zwickel averaged a 389 series to lead Shenandoah.

Pulliam and Johnson were joined by Madison Horn of Harlan, Nodaway Valley’s Abby Christensen, Chelsey Hoakison of Lenox and Amber Hoefling of OABCIG on the first team.

Other first team selections for the boys were Evan White, Adam Denny and Jackson Wigington of St. Albert and Red Oak’s Jonathan Piper and Nate Ernst. White was a first team all-state pick and Denny was named to the all-state second team.

Clarinda’s Xander Pullen earned second team all-district honors, leading the Cardinals with a 361 average.

Pullen was joined on the second team by Jake Denny and Nate Kay of St. Albert, Red Oak’s Corbin Wolfe and the MMCRU duo of Austin Schwickerath and Bryce Staab.

Mike Klusman of St. Albert was named the boys district coach of the year.

Shenandoah’s Bailey Maher and Clarinda’s Andi Woods earned second team honors for the girls. Maher led the Fillies with a 314 series average while Woods averaged a 308.

The Harlan duo of Lily Hegarty and Sydney O’Neill and Creston’s Mason Clayton and Hallie Orr were also named to the second team.

Harlan’s Jami Andersen was named the district’s coach of the year.

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