By Matt Browning
Rocelyn Show of Salina Central was chosen as The Alley Bowler of the Month for October. She was a first team all-league bowler last season for the Mustangs.
“My expectations for the upcoming season are to have a good attitude with my team and as an individual to not get frustrated with myself so much,” Show said.
While Show was one of the top bowlers last season, she understands needs to continue to hone her strengths, while also improving her weaknesses.
“My strengths would be fixing my form and adjusting to the lane and my main weakness is picking up spares,” Show said. “It helps me get a pocket shot for a possible strike or hopefully with about two to three pins left. To improve my weaknesses, I have been practicing my seven and ten pin regularly and for league I try to get almost all of my spares.”
Branching out as a player was something that dawned on Show
“Last bowling season showed me how much I rely on my coaches and that I don’t need them as much as I think I do,” Show said. “I’ve learned that they are there to help me improve myself and to not tell me how to do everything.”