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Zieglowsky has high game

Washington junior previous high 2nd in class, 5th in state

Washington's Ethan Zieglowsky displays the form that rolled the fifth best single game score in the state so far into the 2020-21 bowling season for high schools. (Doug Brenneman/Union)
Washington's Ethan Zieglowsky displays the form that rolled the fifth best single game score in the state so far into the 2020-21 bowling season for high schools. (Doug Brenneman/Union)

KEOKUK — Ethan Zieglowsky led Washington’s bowling team in a triangular with Burlington and Keokuk Tuesday at the Chiefs home lanes, Arrowhead Bowl.

Zieglowsky not only had Washington’s high game, he had the high game of the meet, rolling a 238, but Keokuk won the team score with a 2,745 score. Burlington was second at 2,623 and Washington had 1,859.

Zieglowsky had an outstanding game Thursday at Mt. Pleasantwhen he knocked down 10 consecutive strikes and finished with a 289 score. That total is the second highest achieved in Class 1A this season, behind Kyle Beidler of Maquoketa, who rolled a 296. Zieglowsky has the fifth highest score in the state for a game. Muscatine’s Noah Miller achieved perfection with a 300 to lead Class 3A as well. Kyle Davis of Fort Dodge has a 298 and Council Bluffs Jefferson’s Josh Chavarria has a 297. Both are Class 2A schools. He bowled a 192 last Thursday to go with 289, so his series score was a 481. That total is 13th in Class 1A, 34th overall.

Although Zieglowsky had the high game against Keokuk Tuesday, he did not have the high series. His other game was a 161 total giving him a 399 series score, which was the third highest. Keokuk’s Patrick Goetz had a 418 as did Chiefs teammate Cole Gillenwater.

Caleb Zieglowsky rolled a 314 series for Washington. His two games were 148 and 166. Aidan Miller had a 87-94—181. Jarred Hoyle 78-90—168 and Erika Williams 72-66—138.