The Rough Rollers bowling team is an all girls sport, as is the whole league. Our girls are welcoming, kind, and encouraging towards each other, and are excited to play, and eager and willing to make a commitment to the team.
No experience or special equipment is needed to join the team, in fact, many of the 2021-2022 team came with zero experience and improved greatly throughout the season.
Bowling is a winter sport, that starts in November and ends in January. At Roosevelt, there are 12 spaces for players who make up the Varsity and JV teams. Players can be switched from team to team.
Practices are held at Kenmore Lanes, in Kenmore and take place Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The matches are played at Kenmore Lanes, West Seattle Bowl, and Skyway Lanes.
For more information, please contact Coach Jenifer Simone at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can't get a hold of your doctor and you need a sports physical? The Teen Health Center (room 225) offers sports physicals to all SPS students free of charge!
You can also contact the RHS Teen Health Center by emailing Suna.email@example.com or text 206-653-9786 to schedule.
Appointments start on Sept. 5th, 2023.
The RHS Varsity Gx Program is currently ranked #1 in the nation! In addition to their current 5-1 season record, the team was proud to bring home the Seattle Invite trophy, where they played undefeated in six intense tournament games, just before Spring Break. The Seattle Invite tournament showcases teams from Washington, Oregon, Utah, and more. Come cheer on your team as they go into SPS and then State Playoffs in early to mid-May! The first play-off game is on Thursday, May 4, time and opponent to be announced!
Come raise a glass and support Roosevelt Athletics at The DUCHESS - 2827 NE 55th St. on May 1 from 7-9pm! Buy a $45 ticket HERE and get:
When purchasing a ticket, select General Booster Fund in the "sport" menu, AND type Pint Night in "Notes". Enter $45 in "donation amount", come, drink beer, and have fun!
All proceeds from Pint Night will go to the Roosevelt Athletic Booster Club, which funds a portion of the school's on-site Athletic Trainer and helps teams pay for uniforms, equipment, facility fees, and other needs.