16 Apr 2014

Curtis Westmoland Signs to Bowl with Spring Hill

CHS Senior Curtis Westmoland has signed to bowl at the collegiate level with Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama.

While a member of the CHS Bowling Team, Westmoland has made the All-District Team three years, been named MVP three years and was named team captain. He has bowled two perfect 300-pin games through his high school career. Additionally, Westmoland has received many accolades outside of CHS and the LHSAA. In October of 2012, Westmoland was recognized by Bowlerí´s Journal International as one of the top 33 bowling prospects in the world. He was named Youth Male Bowler of the 2012-2013 season by the U.S. Bowling Congress Womení´s Bowling Association. As a freshman, Westmoland won the Junior Boyí´s Division of the LA Grand Prix State Finals.

Westmoland has had an exceptional career as a bowler at CHS, and he looks forward to bowling at Spring Hill.

íÍSpring Hill is a great college with great academics and for me to be able to bowl there is a great opportunity,íñ remarked Westmoland. íÍThere are a few Louisiana bowlers on the team I know from outside of CHS, so I look forward to joining them at Spring Hill as well.íñ

Spring Hill Head Bowling Coach Ben Hoefs was present at the signing and expressed his excitement about adding Westmoland to the Badger team.

íÍWe look forward to having Curtis on the team. He is an outstanding student, and his bowling credentials speak for themselves. He has skills and the ability to listen and learn even more,íñ said Hoefs.

He is the son of Lisa and Mark Westmoland.