Salina South’s Braxton Morrical – The Alley Bowler of the Month

When Salina South High School senior Braxton Morrical started bowling, many of his peers were still playing with their toys. Morrical has spent all four years of high school on the bowling team, and he loves being around his teammates. 

“I’ve been on the bowling team for three years and this year will be my fourth year,” said Morrical. “I started bowling when I was about nine-years-old.” 

The senior said this team works hard but has a lot of fun doing it. “What I love most about the team is how we’re all so fun. We do take it serious, but we also make sure to have fun,” said Morrical. “My favorite memory is being one pin away from a little trophy at a tournament because it makes me want to work harder to get that one pin.” 

Once his playing days at Salina South High School are done, Morrical plans to attend college and continue working in the sports industry.  “My plans after I graduate are to become a personal trainer,” said Morrical. 

As for the best bowling movie ever made, Morrical said he would pick Kingpin. Morrical averages 183 per game and is a two-year letter winner.