Salina South’s Rylee Lambeth – Athlete Spotlight Presented By Salina Regional Sports Medicine

Even as the defending Class 5-1A individual champion, the process of improvement is a long and arduous one for Salina South’s Rylee Lambeth.

Not only does she focus on fundamentals and her weaknesses, but she goes above and beyond when analyzing her game.

“I have been in the bowling alley every chance I get and work on arrow drills and wrist drills,” said Lambeth, who carried an average of 198, series average of 708 and game average of 278. “I also rewatch my film from all my tournaments I do in the off season and last year’s season.”

Not only does Lambeth want to repeat as the individual champion, she also has others goals she would like to cross off her list.

“I have been bowling with the Salina Unified team, while also getting reps in on my own,” Lambeth said. “I am wanting to improve on all my games and shooting higher series. I am hoping to redeem my state title, try to win all my meets, and hopefully win some tournaments with my teammates.” 

While Lambeth is certainly excited to see how far her game has come in the past year, there are other aspects to the season that has her pumped.

“I am excited to see how much I have improved since last year as well as all the suburban rides with Mr. White and my teammates,” Lambeth said.

After high school, Lambeth hopes to continue her bowling career at Wichita State University.

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