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Webber International off to a strong start to the 2014-15 Season

Men's Bowling Varsity 2nd, JV Wins, Women finish 3rd
Women's Huddle 2014
The Webber Warriors continue the season with their second tournament this past weekend for the 2014 UCF Collegiate Shootout. The Webber Varsity Men finished 2nd to FSU Varsity Men in the Varsity division, while the Webber JV 1 Men's team finished 1st and JV 2 Men's team finished 2nd in the Men's JV division, and the Webber Women finished 3rd in the Women's Varsity division. This event was held at Oviedo Bowling Center in Oviedo, FL.

Day one for the Webber Varsity Men started off strong, having a lead after the 6 individual team games of qualifying by 238 pins above second! The Webber JV 1 and 2 Men's teams started off strong as well day one with the JV 1 team leading the Men's JV division and the JV 2 team taking second in the same division by over 650 pins above third! These stats are completely amazing for all of the Webber Men's teams.
Day two continued to have all the Webber Men's team holding the lead at the UCF Collegiate shootout! Coming to the semi-finals, The Webber Varsity Men beat UCF Varsity Men in a best 2 out of 3 baker match 2.5-.5. The men then get prepared to face FSU Varsity Men's team. The Webber Men lost to FSU 2-0, giving FSU Varsity Men the win.
            For the Webber JV Men's teams, the teams continued to work hard and eventually made it to the end of the finals baker 2 out of 3 match. Both JV teams from the same school facing off in the final match to bring home the win! Both teams worked hard and continued to stay in the moment. Even though each team wanted to win, both teams expressed sportsmanship and the Webber Way to the end. The Webber JV 1 Men's team ended up defeating the Webber JV 2 Men's team 2-0.
Day one for the tournament started with 3 individual team games in the morning, a lunch break, and then 3 more individual team games in the afternoon. The Webber Women started out kind of slow the first few games, but were able to comeback with the use of some different strategies. The women continued to work hard throughout the day and conquered the lanes to sit first with 5,951 total at the end of the 6 games after day 1, being 452 pins above 2nd!
Day two was more challenging for the Webber Women. The scores were not high and the conditions caused the women and Coach Randy Stoughton to change their plan of action. At the end of the 20 baker match games, the Webber Women were seeded 1st for the top 4 teams of best two out of three baker semi-finals matches. The women bowled two baker games against Spring Hill Women. Many great shots were thrown, but in the end, the Webber Women lost the best two out of three match against Spring Hill to be eliminated from the tournament. Even though this is not how the team wanted to end the tournament, the women stayed together and worked hard on each shot during semi-finals.
The Webber Warriors have a couple of weeks before heading to their next tournament in Marietta, GA. Stay tuned for all the results from the next tournament of the Warriors!
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