LHSAA announces bowling All-Academic composite teams

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With regular-season and championship events canceled for the remainder of the year, the LHSAA has begun releasing All-Academic teams, usually honored at state championship events.

The boys and girls bowling All-Academic composite teams were announced Thursday, including four girls bowlers from the New Orleans metro area.

Three Archbishop Hannan bowlers were selected – Keirsten Bryan, Gabriella Verdigets and Katelyn Wilson – along with Cabrini’s Katherine Heller.

To qualify for the All-Academic composite team, student-athletes must have a non-weighted 4.0 grade point average for their high school careers. The LHSAA also selects All-Academic class teams in each sport, which honors seniors with at least a 3.5 GPA.

Boys Bowling – All-Academic Composite Team
Nathaniel Dela Pena, Alexandria
Anthony Franklin, Alexandria
Kyle Valdez, Berwick
Drew Sikat, Notre Dame
Patrick Robichaux, St. Thomas More

Girls Bowling – All-Academic Composite Team
Elizabeth Mathews, Alexandria
Keirsten Bryan, Archbishop Hannan
Gabriella Verdigets, Archbishop Hannan
Katelyn Wilson, Archbishop Hannan
Lanna Lu, Baton Rouge
Katherine Heller, Cabrini
Emily Price, Central Catholic
Abby Daigle, Holy Savior Menard
Savannah Sues, Holy Savior Menard
Riley Mcilvaine, Houma Christian
Sara Chaisson, Terrebonne
Emily DeBarbieris, Teurlings Catholic
Madeline Breaux, Vandebilt Catholic

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