Salina Central senior Jordan Roe first started bowling about two years ago after spending a lot of her free time in the bowling alley.
“About two years ago when my boyfriend and I first started dating he worked at the bowling alley in Salina, so I was there quite frequently and really started to like the sport. When the season started my junior year, I decided to try out for it,” said Roe.
Roe has enjoyed her time on the bowling time so much that she plans to bowl in college.
“I will be attending Wichita State University for accounting and business. I do plan on trying out for Wichita’s bowling team as well,” said Roe.
This season, Roe said she has enjoyed her time with her teammates and making memories she will keep for a lifetime.
“I love how as a team we can joke around with each other and some of us do hangout with each other a bit when we have time. I also love the memories and friendships I’ve made with my teammates. They’re some of my best friends and I couldn’t ask for a better team,” said Roe. “My favorite memory from bowling was at regionals this year. On my final ball during our baker games the girls ran up to me and hugged me and scared me. It was really emotional because I’m the only senior and these girls had a big impact on me.”
In her free time, Roe said she enjoys playing video game, spending time with her boyfriend and of course spending time on the lanes.