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Sacred Heart’s Brody Dooley – Bowler of the Month Spotlight Presented By The Alley

By Hayden Swope 

Brody Dooley, a bowler from Salina Sacred Heart, was chosen as The Alley Bowler of the Month.

“I think that it is very cool that I have the opportunity to represent my school and a sport that isn’t often thought of as a high school athletic event,” Dooley said. “I hope that students that read the magazine might consider bowling as a great alternative to traditional spring sports.”

Dooley spent the offseason preparing by challenging his skills on the lane. 

“For this season I prepared by doing a lot of bowling over the summer in a free bowling program that is offered throughout the state of Kansas,” Dooley said. “I started using a heavier ball than what I was throwing last season. I really needed to work on having a more consistent release in my throw and getting more spin on my ball. I was able to accomplish both of those this season.” 

Only a junior, Dooley plans to take high level automotive classes next year to help him get into big programs after high school. 

“Next year I will be attending Salina Area Technical College doing the Automotive Technology Program and attending Sacred Heart,” Dooley said. “With this program I will earn my certificate in Automotive Technology before graduating highschool. Then when I graduate I plan on attending WyoTech in Laramie, Wyoming for chassis fabrication. Then, I hope to be accepted into the Hennessey Performance Tuner School where I will learn how to work on and tune high performance engines.”

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