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Sparkman senior Jenna Webber is one of several members of the Sparkman team to be named among the All-County Bowling Team for 2024. Photo- AHSAA, David Holtsford

All-County Bowling Selections 2024

MADISON- Lisa Ivey, who retired as head coach of the Sparkman bowling team after seven seasons, saw her final team dominate the 2024 All-County Team selections. Her Senators had a total of 10 athletes, including the No. 1 bowler in both boys and girls, make the post-season list either first or second team picks, including five each from the girls and boys squads.

“We finished first or second in just about every event our bowlers participated in and were proud of both squads, boys and girls, for making it to the State Tournament, said Ivey of her 2024 squad. The only head coach the program has had since its inception in 2016 saw her teams win six state championships, three each for each team.

This year’s All-County selections and their season average included six from James Clemens and one from Bob Jones.

The First Team- Girls, Class 6-7A: 1. Kirsten Stokesberry (178), Sparkman, Jenna Webber (176), Sparkman, Natalie Alsup (170) Sparkman, Taylor Enfinger (170), Sparkman, Rebekah Wagner (166), James Clemens and Kaytlyn Butcher (157) Sparkman. Second Team- Julia Sloan (128) James Clemens. First Team- Boys, Class 6-7A: Zacary Swaim (206), Sparkman, Fletcher Cryer (193) Sparkman, Dalton Robinson (192), Sparkman, Parker Von Oven (191), James Clemens and Joshua Norris (183), Bob Jones. Second Team- Aidan Wells (James Clemens), Zachary Holt (172), James Clemens, Rory Donnelly (170), Sparkman, Joshua Holt (163), James Clemens and Tyrease Bone (163), Sparkman.

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