The John Hardin Bowling team has a boys and girls team. This sport is open to all students in the 7th and 8th grade who are attending Bluegrass Middle School The bowling program is designed to help students enjoy a life-long sport. The bowling program became a KHSAA sanctioned sport in the fall of 2011. The team has enjoyed several successful seasons. We have qualified for the KHSAA Bowling tournament three times; individuals on both the boys and girls team advance into state competition every year.
This year, our goal is to finish as a state competitor. Bowlers understand that it takes hard work at both schools and on the lanes to become a well-balanced student-athlete.
- The JHHS bowling season will begin on or around 10 October, with tryouts, see the attached calendar for more specific dates and times. If you are interested in being a member of the John Hardin Bowling Team please contact Coach Jenny Brown (Girls Coach) or Coach Mike Moritz (Boys Coach), school telephone number is 270-769-8906.
- Every student must have an up-to-date KHSAA Physical before they can participate in the high school bowling program.
- The bowling program uses Remind.com to keep everyone updated with information. This information will include the changing situations surrounding practice, matches, and tournaments.
- To become a member of the bowling team Remind.com please do the following: To receive messages via text, text @jhbowling to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at any time by replying, 'unsubscribe @jhbowling'. Trouble using 81010? Try texting @jhbowling to (415) 639-9260 instead. Or to receive messages via email, send an email to email@example.com. To unsubscribe, reply with 'unsubscribe' in the subject line.
- The JHHS Bowling Team will be practicing Monday and Wednesday after school. The bowlers will load a bus at John Hardin and transported to the Dix-E-Town Lanes, in Elizabethtown.
- Matches or tournaments are held throughout the week and we have only two-weekend tournaments.
- At some point in time, you will need to purchase your own bowling ball, shoes, and bag. You can’t use a house ball at the regional or state competition.