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Meet TCPalm’s 2022 Boys Bowling All-Area Team

SportsMeet TCPalm's 2022 Boys Bowling All-Area Team

At the end of each season, TCPspanlm selects All-Area teams recognizing the top athletes in each sport.

Area coaches nominated players from their own teams and from other schools and along with research going through the data for games, meets, matches and tournaments throughout the regular season and postseason, TCPspanlm makes its selections of the All-Area teams.

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Bowler of the Year

Somerset College Prep senior Quinn Bostic finished third at the FHSAA Bowling State Championships Thursday at the Boardwalk Bowl in Orlando. Bostic won three matches after qualifying as the No. 2 overall seed in bracket play.

Quinn Bostic, Somerset College Prep

Year: Senior

Highlights: Bostic was a top performer all season for the Spartans but was even better in the postseason. He bowled a 626 three-game series to take third individually at the District 12 Championship helping his team make the state tournament. In Orlando, Bostic qualified as the No. 2 seed individually bowling a 977 four-game series and went on to win three matches in bracket play to finish third at the FHSAA Championships.

First Team

Fort Pierce Central’s Charlie Passanante celebrates a strike during the District 12 boys championship on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022, at Jensen Beach Bowl in Jensen Beach.

Charlie Passanante, Fort Pierce Central

Year: Senior

Highlights: Passanante made headlines bowling a perfect game of 300 early in the regular season and didn’t stop there. Leading his team to the District 12 title, he bowled a three-game series of 622 to finish in a tie for fourth individually and at the FHSAA Championships bowled an 885 four-game series to make bracket play and went 1-2 in Orlando.

John Pedigo, Martin County

Year: Senior

Highlights: Pedigo for the season bowled to an average of over 210 and at the District 12 Championship took the top spot overall bowling a three-game series of 639. At the FHSAA Championships, Pedigo bowled a four-game series of 805 to take 56th place in qualifying.

William Auriemma, Fort Pierce Central

Year: Junior

Highlights: Another key cog to the Cobra lineup, Auriemma had an excellent regular season and helped Fort Pierce Central win the District 12 title. At the FHSAA Championships, Auriemma bowled a four-game series of 786 to finish 63rd.

Daniel Heidebrecht, Fort Pierce Central

Year: Senior

Highlights: Heidebrecht was another big reason why the Cobras won the District 12 title and had a big performance at the FHSAA Championships bowling a four-game series of 858 to finish 26th in individual qualifying.

Joel Ellis, Somerset College Prep

Year: Sophomore

Highlights: Ellis excelled as one of the area’s top bowlers all season long and finished 11th at the District 12 tournament helping the Spartans reach state. At the FHSAA Championships, Ellis bowled a four-game series of 829 to finish 41st.

Honorable Mention

Christian White, Fort Pierce Central

Dylan Beck, Somerset College Prep

Christopher Tran, Martin County

Ethan Paglione, Treasure Coast

Charles Michael Green, Sebastian River

Gabe Kruger, Port St. Lucie

Lemarion Woods, Centennial

Chase McNamara, Jensen Beach

Coach of the Year

Jeff Rymer, Fort Pierce Central

Highlights: Under Rymer, the Cobras lost just one match all season and rallied to knock off Somerset College Prep twice to win the District 12 title for the first time in program history.

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