High-schoolers find success at Special Olympics Bowling tournament


The Special Olympics Bowling competition continued this Monday, Nov. 6, as bowlers ages 16 and older came together at Creasey’s Bowl. Harlingen Stingray competitors from Harlingen High School and Harlingen High School South did an outstanding job bringing home many accolades.

Special Olympics Texas is a year-round movement, holding more than 300 competitions annually at the area, regional and state levels. Event divisions are based on age, gender and ability level to give athletes an equal chance to win.

The final results are as follows:

Harlingen High School
Camilo Oliveres – 1st (Gold)
Kyle Oliveres – 1st (Gold)
Laura Lee Noell – 2nd (Silver)
Hector Salinas – 2nd (Silver)
Emily Vega – 2nd (Silver)
Amber Jett – 5th
Alex Garza – 5th

Harlingen High School South
Manny Casas – 1st (Gold)
Loren Cordero – 1st (Gold)
Nathan Watkins – 1st (Gold)
Sarah White – 1st (Gold)
Sabrina Cavazos – 2nd (Silver)
Christian Suarez – 2nd (Silver)
Isaiah Fuentes – 3rd (Bronze)
Pablo Lopez – 5th
Jesus Vargas – 5th

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