We Are Greater Latrobe High School Bowling
To Our Supporters – We are the Greater Latrobe High School Bowling Team! A special thank you to our supporters for taking the time to view our fundraiser page. Your support will help us offer a higher quality bowling experience for our athletes. You will be getting a receipt for your gift. From the entire team and staff – we can’t thank you enough for planting a generous seed into our program.
How Are My Donations Used? – Donations allow us to provide our athletes with team apparel, cover lane expenses and help pay for travel costs. Donations are vital to the success of this program. Thank you!
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Wildcats beat Penn-Trafford in nail biter 5-2
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Greater Latrobe beats Greensburg-Salem 4-3 in WPIBL match play
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Greensburg-Salem upends Greater Latrobe 4-1 in WPIBL section play
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Greater Latrobe downs GCC 5-0 in initial start of Southeastern Conference Play
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Greater Latrobe Boys Bowling Team makes States
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Greater Latrobe Bowling takes on Regionals; Gatto advances to States
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Individual Bowlers Move On
Wednesday 2/19 Results from Sims Lanes in Beaver Falls: James Gatto- 540 series Matthew Martinosky- 534 Alex Brubaker- 529 All 3 boys made the cut and will be moving on to the individual regional championships at North Versailles Bowling Center on March 6. Kaylee Zuzak rolled a 524 series at Wildlife Lanes today earning her
Coed Varsity Club Bowling · Boys Bowling Pushes Through at First Ever WPIBL Playoffs to Advance to Regional Play
Greater Latrobe entered the WPIBL playoffs with no experience and managed to qualify for the Regional Championships at North Versailles Bowling Center on March 6. Alex Brubaker, James Gatto, Matthew Martinosky, Cole Pfeifer, and Justin Taylor did a commendable job on an extremely tough oil pattern called “the beaten path” which was challenging to all