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Bowling Brainiacs

Bowling Brainiacs
Jesuit bowling wins the FHSAA's top academic award again


For the second straight year, and third time in four years, the Jesuit High School bowling team placed first among all bowling teams in the state of Florida in the Academic Team Champion (ATC) standings.

“It’s a privilege to work with such a dedicated, hard-working group of scholar-athletes,” said bowling coach Vinny Davila, whose team also won the District title for the second straight year. “The successes we have had show their dedication to being excellent all-around students.”

The members of the bowling team are: Cody Benedict ’15, Anthony Meehan ’15, A.J. Collazo ’15, Connor Cahill ’15, Nick Dill ’15, Brendan Sutton ’16, Michael Toth ’16, Kollin Boje ’17, Kaleb Boje ’17, Kevin Dinan ’17, Ben Cardillo ’17, and Ethan Sutton ’18.  

The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) recently released the fall 2014-15 ATC figures, which are based on cumulative team GPA. In addition to bowling (3.672) ranking first, Jesuit’s other four fall teams all placed highly in their respective classifications: Cross country (17th, 3.475), football (3rd, 3.185), golf (5th, 3.597), and swimming (6th, 3.492).

Jesuit currently ranks No. 2 in the ATC standings for 2014-15 among all boys Class 5A programs with a score of 29 points, just behind Gulf Breeze (33).

Jesuit teams also did very well in athletic competition this fall, winning four District titles and a Region title (swimming), with two Region runners-up (football, golf).

Last school year, Jesuit ranked No. 1 overall among Class 5A schools in the ATC standings, with bowling and soccer each winning their respective classifications.
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