Introducing the Register’s All-Iowa girls’ bowling team

John Naughton , Photo: Brian Powers/The Register

First came the state championship awards. Now, the All-Iowa honors are here.

A number of state girls’ bowling champions are part of the Des Moines Register’s All-Iowa team.

The winners of the three classes are on the Elite squad: Class 3A champ Hanna Duver of Des Moines Lincoln, 2A star Katilyn Moore of Keokuk and 1A queen Andrea Salow of West Delaware of Manchester.

The remaining two spots have been taken by Johnston’s Chantelle Foster and Davenport Central’s Maddi Smith.

It’s the second year for the All-Iowa girls’ bowling team.

All five of the Elite choices are new this year.

The members of the team will be honored at the All-Iowa Sports Awards June 24 at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

Des Moines Lincoln | Senior
Duver capped a successful career by winning the Class 3A state championship. She rolled a 500 (234-266) to take first by 20 pins. Duver took sixth in last season’s state meet. She led the state with an average of 420.5 per series.


Hanna Duver, sr., D.M. Lincoln

Duver, who attends school at Indianola, won the Class 3A state championship in her fourth state meet. She was sixth as a junior and fifth as a sophomore. Lincoln placed fifth in the team standings. She finished her career as one of the most honored girls’ bowlers in Des Moines high school program history. She finished with a score of 500(234-266) in this season’s state meet. Duver is also involved in her school’s music programs.