The Albany High boys bowling team captured the Hammond region district title with a 9-1 record, while Holden was second with an 8-2 mark.

Holden's Hunter Cooper was selected the district MVP after posting a 207 average, high score of 276, high series of 726 and 30 points in 36 games.

The remainder of the first team features Holden's Mason Blount, Albany's Garret Pechon and Dylan Glascock and Jonathan Wellmeyer and Peter Bertucci of St. Paul's.

Albany had total pins of (35, 196) while Holden had (36, 765) in the team standings. St. Paul's (5-5) was third, followed by Ponchatoula (4-6), Archbishop Hannan (1-9) and St. Thomas Aquinas (1-11).

Albany's Dakota Wild, Nate Carroll and Caleb Foster made the second team, along with Holden's Lane Courtney and Joseph Brown and Jared Kreeger of St. Paul's.

Ponchatoula's Hunter Roe and Case Johnson were honorable mention choices.

On the girls side, St. Scholastica went 12-0 overall and 10-0 in district play to claim the league title.

Albany (9-3, 8-2) finished second, followed by Holden (7-5, 6-4), St. Thomas Aquinas (5-6, 4-6), Ponchatoula (1-10, 1-9) and Hannan (1-10, 1-9).

Holden's Michelle Allison and Albany's McKenzie Lee were first-team selections.

Meghan Kreeger of St. Scholastica was the league MVP and was joined on the first team by teammates Megan Bounds, Katie Garraway and Cadie Manale.

Holden's Hannah Stambauch and Albany's Lexi Crawford made the second team, along with Elizabeth McRae and Julia Rossano of STA and Amy Schneida and Aubry Hymel of St. Scholastica.

Ponchatoula's Alana Knight and Annie Walls were honorable mention choices.

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