Cheyenne O’Connor started bowling as a freshman at Salina Central High School. Now a sophomore, O’Connor said she loves being part of the team and competing with her teammates.
“It is really fun bowling for Central because the coaches are super nice and they help us no matter what as we strive to get better,” said O’Connor. “I love that whenever one of us are down we pick the other person back up.”
O’Connor has made many great memories with her team at Central. From competing to traveling to events, O’Connor said the most fun they have is on the longer road trips to compete out-of-town.
“My favorite memory as a bowler for Central are the car rides to meets and back home because we have so much fun singing to songs and dancing and doing riddles,” said O’Connor.
O’Connor plans to continue bowling for Central as a junior and senior. Her ultimate goal is to graduate and go to college.
“My plan after I graduate is to go to a college, I don’t know what college I want to go to yet,” said O’Connor. “The major I want to pursue is psychology.”