Senior bowler Dori Brill made it to the state championships, earning a bronze medal for the third highest game. For those who missed it, the event took place in Lathum, NY.
In order to be one of the few to compete at Lathum, a player must have a season bowling average which is in the top sixth in the county. Brill averaged a 165.1 season average, a score which placed her fourth in Nassau County (the county itself placed sixth in total number of pins knocked down). In the championships, she bowled scores of 176, 201, 203, and 255. The 255 earned her a medal for the third highest game of the championships.
Brill could be found among the throngs of people at the conclusion of the event, saying, "It has been an unbelievable season. I'm glad I went out the way I did. I never expected this to happen."
In addition to Brill's success, Coach Vinnie DiPietro and the girls' varsity bowling team ended the season with a smash. The team plowed its way through some tough teams to win the conference.