SMYRNA -- Six Wilson County bowlers have advanced to Saturday's semifinal round of the TSSAA Individual Bowling Tournament underway at the Smyrna Bowling Center.
After the boys quarterfinals, Wilson Central sophomore Kyle Hubbuch (pictured, right) finds himself in third place with a score of 891. He trails second place Chase Smith of Hardin County by eight pins. Hubbach bowled games of: 233, 192, 247 and 219 for an average of 222.75.
Central senior Eric Lane sits in 11th place with a score of 856, an average of 214 after Thursday's quarterfinal round. Teammate John Petty, a senior, is in 22nd position with a first day score of 833, an average of 208.25.
In the girl's individual tournament, Wilson Central senior Laurel Everett is in fifth place with a score of 821, an average of 205.25. She is just four points out of fourth place.
Mt. Juliet ninth grader Hanna Hayes bowled a 760 for a four-game average of 190 and sits in 13th place. Wilson Central's Brittany Sisco is in 19th place with a score of 731 -- an average of 182.75.
The bowling teams from Wilson Central opened play Thursday in the TSSAA State Bowling Tournament at the Symrna Bowling Center.
The Lady Wildcats (20-3) took on Soddy-Daisy (12-2) in a 12 Noon quarterfinal match. Today's winner will advance to a 9 a.m. Saturday semifinal againt the winner of today's Collierville (18-0) - Seymour (11-3) match.
Wilson Central's boys (23-2) will took on undefeated Hardin County (18-0) today at 2:30 p.m. The winner will advance to the Saturday semifinals against either Dobyns-Bennett (18-3) or Soddy-Daisy (19-0).
The following girls qualifed for the individual tournament.
Jenn Fitzgibbons (Mt. Juliet, Sr.) 204.60;
Hanna Hayes (Mt. Juliet, Fr.) 179.60;
Laurel Everett (Wilson Central, Sr.) 186.00;
Brittany Sisco (Wilson Central, Sr.) 180.70.
The following boys have qualifed for the individual tournament.
Evan Schneider (White Station, Jr.) 198.72;
Kyle Hubbuch (Wilson Central, So.) 212.40;
Ric Lane (Wilson Central, Sr.) 212.60;
John Petty (Wilson Central, Sr.) 204.70.