Burnsville High School Co-Ed Bowling

Bowling is an Independent Provider Sport at Burnsville High School. Open to students in grades 7-12, Blaze Bowling is a co-ed sport in the fall and a girls-only sport in the winter. Members of the bowling teams are eligible for varsity letters.

Bowlero in Lakeville, formerly Brunswick Zone XL, is the sponsoring bowling center for the Burnsville High School bowling teams. Bowlero provides lanes for practices and conference competition. During a single season, high school bowlers will receive literally hundreds of dollars of bowling and instruction for a fraction of the regular cost. With league experience, the cost for players is $100, without league experience is $125.

Practices will be held at Bowlero; the schedule is yet to be determined. Matches are held on Saturday afternoons at bowling centers in the south metro area.

During the regular season Burnsville will compete against some/all of these schools: Apple Valley, Bloomington Jefferson, Bloomington Kennedy, Eagan, Eastview, Lakeville North, and Lakeville South.

For additional information, please contact Randy Parrent at 952-451-4222.

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