UNIVERSITY PLACE — Cascade senior Jessie Brambach rolled a 1,094-pin, six-game series to earn fifth place in the individual portion of the Class 4A state bowling championships Friday at Narrows Plaza.
Brambach, making her third apperance at state, opened the day by knocking down 213 pins for her highest single-game pin total of the event. She’s the third straight Bruins bowler to earn a top-five finish at state.
Jackson’s Amanda Wininger finished two spots behind Brambach with a 1,038-pin, six-game series.
Emerald Ridge’s Samantha Dolan claimed the 4A individual state title with a six-game score of 1,186 pins.
Cascade finished Day 1 of the two-day team portion of the state tournament in sixth place out of eight teams with a six-game team score of 4,515 pins. Emerald Ridge holds a comfortable lead in the team standings with 4,955 pins, 213 more than second-place Pasco.
No local teams or individuals qualified for the 3A or 2A/1A championships.