The Southwestern Community College bowling team, in its first season of competition this year, recently signed five athletes to form its inaugural team.
Included are three former Creston/Orient-Macksburg bowlers in Brodie Pingree, Anna Wilson and Kenny Wynn.
Pingree graduated from Creston High School in May 2005. He was a varsity letter winner for the Panthers in high school.
Wilson, a May 2013 high school graduate, was a member of the varsity bowling team all four years in high school. She was named athlete of the month during her senior season. She is the granddaughter of Jim and Marsha Wilson of Creston.
Wynn is a May 2013 graduate of Creston High School. He was a varsity letterwinner in bowling all four years of high school and claimed the individual title at the State Qualifying Meet in his senior season. He is the son of Kristine Wynn and David Wynn.
Also joining the Spartan bowling team is Jordan Armstrong, a May 2013 graduate from Nodaway Valley High School.
Armstrong lettered in bowling three years for the Nodaway Valley Wolverines. He was a member of the National Honor Society in high school and finished in the top 10 for his class. Armstrong is the son of Russ and Cindy Armstrong of Greenfield.
Lacey McClain, a May 2013 graduate from Lenox High School, also joined the Southwestern program.
McClain was a varsity letterwinner on the Lenox girls bowling team all four years in high school. She was a member of the National Honor Society. She is the daughter of Bill and Dawn McClain of Lenox.
Doug Davidson of Orient is the head coach for the SWCC bowling team. Practices are underway and competition begins in December. For additional information about the Southwester bowling program, please visit www.swcciowa.edu/athletics.