Leo High School bowling achieved a milestone during the 2017-18 season when senior Jalen Robinson qualified for the state tournament.
Jalen had a good chance to go downstate as a junior, but a thumb injury sidelined him during sectional competition.
And he might have had some company downstate in his senior year but for the shoulder injury that cut short junior Jalen Renfro’s season. Renfro bowled a 685 series during a regular-season match that was the fifth best three-game total in the Catholic League.
Under Coach Darryl Wedgeworth, the future is bright for Leo bowling. Renfro leads a group of returnees that includes Keyjuan Ingram, who earned a promotion to the varsity as a freshman. Caron Gordon, Khalil Blakes, Clifford Armstead and JonathanGamble will be looking to duplicate their frosh-soph success on the varsity level as well.