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Matt bowled 12 consecutive strikes to earn the perfect game!
Good Afternoon Rams! The Reavis Boys Bowling Team had a couple pretty awesome events happen this past weekend and we would like to take this time to acknowledge team for their special accomplishments!
Boys Bowling- Varsity/Soph had conference this past weekend with the Sophomore team taking 2nd place with the following placers 5th Matthew Smith, 9th Gerardo Nunez, & 10th Aidan Padilla. Matt Devorsky finished in 8th place earning him All-Conference on the Varsity!
November 8, 2018 - The Varsity Rams (2-1) pulled out a tight 1 pin win against TF North on Thursday, The Rams were lead by Matt Devorsky's 290 game and team high 493 series. The Rams look to continue the momentum Tuesday at Oak Forest Bowl against the Oak Forest Bengals.
The Rams Bowling team finished in 3rd at the IHSA Sectional Meet. Omar Martinez averaged a 232 in route to being the IHSA Sectional Individual Champion! Congrats to the Bowling team and good luck this weekend at O'Fallon, IL. Way to Go!
Congrats to the boys for winning Regionals in back to back seasons. The Rams bowled a program record 6441 series. Both Tommy Murphy 2nd (1317) and Matt Devorsky 3rd (1312) medaled. They advance to Sectionals at Habetler Bowl next Saturday.
Orland Park, IL (January 23, 2016) - Tony Shanklin and Martin Rosales bowled well, but were unable to advance from what proved to be one of the hardest Sectionals. As an individual you needed to average a 221 to advance. Tony Shanklin was knocking on the door all day, but finis
Chicago, IL (January 16, 2016) - The Varsity Rams (9-7, 8-5) battled all day long at Regionals, but were not able to finish (5544) in the top four putting an end to their fine season. Two individuals, Martin Rosales (1216 - 8th overall) and Tony Shanklin (1169 - 16th overall), f
Burbank, IL (January 9, 2016) - The Varsity Rams (9-6, 8-5) closed out the conference season with a third place finish (5816) at the SSC Red Conference Tournament held at El Mar Bowl. Martin Rosales was the lone Varsity bowler to earn All-Conference Honors with a 9th place finis