Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Jessica Bigelow 17 prepares to roll the ball in the bowling meet Jan 31 versus Mason City.

Dragons defeat Mason City Mohawks

Abby Nichol, Staff Writer February 8, 2017

Johnston defeated Mason City in the final JV meet of the season Jan 31 . This victory left the girls' team undefeated going into the final few meets of the season, leading up to the State Bowling...

Katie Hill 19 rolls the ball at the bowling meet against Des Moines North Jan. 19.

Dragons take on Des Moines North

Abby Nichol, Staff Writer January 25, 2017

  The bowling team competed against Des Moines North Jan. 19. In the 11th meet of the season, Spencer Wolfe '17, Connor Lundgren '17 and John Reid '19 had the highest scores for the meet. For...

Chantelle Foster 19 prepares to roll the ball in the third home bowling meet at Plaza Lanes. Bowling teams competed Dec. 8.

Bowling competes against Urbandale J-Hawks

Abby Nichol, Staff Writer December 12, 2016

Girls' and guys' bowling competed against the Urbandale Jayhawks Dec. 8. at Plaza lanes. While the girls' left with another win, the boys' fell short and received their first loss of the season. The next...

Noah Hogge 17 prepares to release the ball. Bowling competed at Plaza Lanes Dec. 6.

Bowling teams go up against Valley Tigers

Abby Nichol, Staff Writer December 8, 2016

Boys' and girls' bowling teams faced the Valley Tigers Dec. 6 at Plaza Lanes. Both teams left with a victory in the second home meet of the season. The top bowlers from the meet from Johnston were Maddie...

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