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Boys bowling defeats Winter Springs

The team’s win Monday pushes them one step closer to an undefeated season.
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photo by Isaiah Macri
Senior Jason Sanguinetti sends the ball down the lane during the first game.

The boys bowling team defeated Winter Springs Monday Oct, 2 with a final of 2565-1896, continuing the team’s undefeated season, making their record 10-0 in the conference and 11-0 overall.

“I think that an undefeated season is very possible for us. I think that from top to bottom one to eight my team is really good, super talented,” head coach Jacob Calquhoun said.

The team started off strong, winning the first game 948-689 and the second game 1029-911, and then finished the night winning all of the Baker games.

The team was led by seniors Jason Sanguinetti and James Drehoble, who bowled total scores of 454 and 448. Sanguinetti bowled a single match high of 243, followed by Drehoble with a score of 229.

“The conditions provided were pretty straight forward,” Drehoble said.

“If the toughest competition that we face is each other, we are in a really good spot—chemistry wins.”-Head Coach Jacob Calquhoun

Monday’s win over Winter Springs is just a small step towards the team’s goal of winning the state championship after finishing a respectable 12th in the state for the 2022 season. 

“All of us have a pretty good connection and if we connect bowling wise we will go so far,” Drehoble said.

Seniors from the boys and girls teams lineup for a senior night photo in front of their posters. (photo by Isaiah Macri)

Hagerty has won two district titles in the last three years, and Colquhoun believes that the team will take it to the next level this year. The leadership of Sanguinetti and Drehoble as well as the unity and chemistry of the team as a whole seem to be the driving forces of the teams win streak.

“I look at the way that the rest of the guys look at [Sanguinetti and Drehoble] and it’s impressive,” Calquhoun said. “They set the tone, their job is to make everyone else better.”

While the team has high hopes for this season, they are trying to remain focused on the six matches left in the regular season and the district tournament before thinking about the state competition.

“I think the sky’s the limit for this team. It’s just making sure that we are taking care of what’s in front of us, we can’t look too far,” Calquhoun said.

With the amount of talented bowlers on the team, it seems the team’s biggest competition may not even come from opposing teams.

 “If the toughest competition that we face is each other, we are in a really good spotchemistry wins.” Calquhoun said.

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Isaiah Macri is a junior at Hagerty High School this is his first year on staff. Isaiah enjoys writing and is interested in history. He likes to travel and experience new places and cultures.
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