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Trinity’s Wesley Hutton – Wichita Area Athlete Spotlight Presented By WSU Tech

Wesley Hutton of Wichita Trinity was voted the Wichita Small School Preseason Boys Bowler of the Year. Hutton rolled a 594 series at the 5-1A Tournament last season.

Being that this is Hutton’s senior season, he wants to do whatever he can to make it a memorable one, that involves a solid postseason finish.

“I have put in the time and would like to make a big showing my senior year,” Hutton said. “I would like to average at least 210 throughout the course of the entire season.  As a team I expect big things. Since I believe Trinity has a good team this year I hope to be able to win the Bishop Carroll Baker tournament. Additionally I expect us as a team to place at state.”

Hutton has two significant attributes that make him stand out and give him the chance to be one of the better bowlers in the area this year.

“As a bowler my strength is in my knowledge of how my balls react and how I ought to react to changes on the lanes surface,” Hutton said. “Being ahead of the transition can be big. Additionally I am consistent. Consistency is big. Being consistent is much better than having low lows and high highs. I am dependable and someone the team can rely on to put up a good score.”

Bowling in college is something Hutton is interested in; however academics are more important.

“After high school I want to go on to Major in physics at Baylor or SMU,” Hutton said. “After I graduate college I would like to further my education and get a doctorate in astrophysics.”

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