June 17, 2014 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Tela Mange

Team Texas bowlers show off some serious hardware!

At the end of the second day of competition, Team Texas is showing some serious success at the 2014 USA Games. The (unofficial) medal count thus far:

  • 11 Gold Medals
  • 4 Silver Medals
  • 5 Bronze Medals

Suzanne Anderson, Team Texas Head of Delegation, said she is pleased with the team's performance. "It's raining medals for Team Texas! The athletes are proving to be tough competitiors and are representing the state extremely well. We are all very proud of their accomplishments," she said.

For more info on specific results, check out the Team Texas page here: www.sotx.org/usagames.

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