School: Point Beach
Highlights: It was a breakout year for the junior, who finished with a Shore Conference best average of 216 pins. She finished in second place at the Shore Conference Individual Tournament with a 649 series. She set a state record for high game (289) in the NJSIAA Individual Tournament. Petraccoro finished with a 1369 and the second seed in the step-ladder final in the state individual tournament. She would go on to defeat Dominique Torio of Mother Seton for her first state title. She also led Manasquan to a a 38-4 overall record and a Class A Central title.
School: Brick Memorial
Highlights: Brick Memorial head coach Dave Thompson watched his freshman improve every week of the season, becoming a vital part of the Mustangs’ success in the NJSIAA state tournament. She finished the season with second high average in Class A South with 207 pins, and finished fourth in the Toms River South Tournament with a 595 series. The freshman showed no signs of nerves in her first Shore Conference Tournament after shooting a tournament-high series of 654 pins, and taking home her first title of her young career.
School: Toms River South
Highlights: This is the first selection to the All-Shore team for the Toms River South senior. She finished the season with a 202 pin average, and took home the Lakewood Scotch Doubles Tournament title this season. She has been a captain for the Indians for three straight years, leading them to a 32-19 record in the stacked Class A South. Meider had a strong showing in the NJSIAA Individual Tournament, finishing sixth overall in the state with a 1253 series, missing the step-ladder final by just one pin. She plans on going to college to become a civil engineer and hopes to also bowl for the college of her choice.
School: Brick Memorial
Highlights: The anchor bowler for the Mustangs led her team to the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title this season. She finished with a 192 pin average, but was known for her clutch bowling espically in the 10th frame when her team needed it the most. She led the Mustangs to the Group IV title and the very important top seed in the TOC. She continued her strong bowling in the NJSIAA Individual Tournament, finishing with a 1,263 average, second best in the Shore Conference behind eventual state champion Bryce Petraccoro. Lash finished fifth overall in the state after falling in the first round of the step-ladder finals.
Highlights: The Brick Dragons had one of its best seasons in part to the consistent play of the junior. The Dragons strung together 10 straight tournament titles and the NJSIAA Group III title. They also took home the Class A South title, only losing and tying one game all year to Brick Memorial. She finished the year with the top average in Class A South with a 214 and finished fourth overall in the Shore Conference Tournament with a 616 series. Nardiello also finished 15th overall in the state after putting together a 605 and a 576 series in the individual tournament.