Prep girls bowling: 4A West Central District Tournament

TACOMA — Kayla Zabel rolled a 680 series with a 226 average to win the singles championship and lift Cascade to a third-place finish at the 4A West Central District Tournament at Pacific Lanes in Tacoma. With the finish, the Scots advance to the state tournament next weekend at Narrows Plaza in Tacoma.

Along with Zabel, Cascade’s Katie Elliott and Jackson’s Kylie Coccia also qualified for the state tournament in singles.

At Pacific Lanes (Tacoma)

Highlights—Cascade: 1. Kayla Zabel (singles champion) 680 series, 226 avg.; 10. Katie Elliott 522 series, 174 avg. Jackson: 6. Kylie Coccia 488 series, 162 avg. Home: Player stats; player stats. Team overall—1. South Kitap, 2. Curtis, 3. Cascade, 4. Puyallup.

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