The lanes remain busy with high school bowling around the MSR coverage area. A summary of the last three days:
Caledonia 27 def Rockford 3: The Fighting Scots took down the Rams, dealing Rockford their first loss of the year. Caledonia swept the Baker Games (193-181, 223-214) and never looked back. Parker DeRubber (226-273) and Ayden Sulzener (233-265) posted Caledonia’s best scores. Rockford saw Tyler Bockheim post a 241 for a team-high game.
Calvin Christian 21 def Unity Christian 9: The Squires topped the ‘Saders in Thursday’s match. Unity led 6-4 after the Baker Games, but struggled to win in the individual contests. Jax Vogel (211-241) and Joe Timmer (175-212) led Calvin Christian, while Ryan Shinabery (171-170) paced Unity.
Cedar Springs 16 def GR Catholic Central 14: The Red Hawks won a narrow match against the Cougars. After falling behind 10-0 in the Bakers, they stepped up and delivered a strong performance in the individual games. David Shamblin (191-237) paced GRCC, while Ethan Plummer was the top finisher for Cedar Springs (194-204).
East GR 29 def Lowell 1: The Pioneers remained perfect in Baker Games, capturing all eight so far this year. They had some strong individual performances as well, with Corbin Olsson (215-189) and Finn Moher (169-251) leading the way. Lowell was led by a 202 from Mitchell Anderson.
Fruitport 22 def Allendale 8: The Trojans took down the Falcons in OK Blue play. Cameron Weaver led the team with a 477 series (259-218). Bradon Krohn added a 220 game. Gabe Netzel added a 188 for Allendale.
Grand Haven 25 def East Kentwood 5: The Bucs took down the Falcons with strong play all around. Austin Brueker posted the high score with a 258 in the second series. James Ansell led East Kentwood with a 230-232 series.
Hudsonville 20 def Unity Christian 10: The Eagles won the crosstown showdown over the ‘Saders. After sweeping the Baker Games, Hudsonville held off a strong Unity performance in the individual games. JJ Swain (214-201) and Ethan Blouw (197-213) were two strong scorers for the Eagles. Unity was led by Tyler DeKock (200-205) and Ryan Shinabery (225-239).
Kenowa Hills 23 def FHE 7: The Knights took down the Hawks on Wednesday, getting off to a strong start with a Baker Games sweep (355-285) and a clean sweep in the first set of individual games to create a 19-0 lead. Branden Decker (205-171), Greyson White (198), and Luke Buck (215-187) posted strong scores for Kenowa Hills. Jonah Whalen (201) and Lance Koelzer (180-195) were the best finishers for FHE.
Lumen Christi 18.5 def Hastings 11.5: The Saxons’ boys bowling team lost to Lumen Christi on Tuesday. Hastings won both Baker Games, but fell short in the individual matches. Zavion Twiss (166-135), Drew Rhodes (169) and Gage Richmond (164-152) had strong performances.
Middleville 27 def Wayland 3: The Trojans won their OK Gold battle against the Wildcats. Michael Willshire (234-234), Wyatt Jacobson (200-205) and Ethan Kriekaard (229-185) led Middleville, while Alan Beggs was Wayland’s high scorer (192-156)
Northview 22 def FHC 8: The Wildcats beat the Rangers in an OK White battle on Wednesday. Ian Carmichael (232-149) and Kyle Pranger (201-228) posted Northview’s highest scores. Tyler Stiles (182-136) and Peyton Price (181-156) led the Rangers.
TC Central 27 def Benzie Central 3: The Trojans cruised past the Huskies. Paco Haas (202-194) led TCC, while Tyler Stoessel (224-155), Brian Wilkinson (180-178) and Carson Fryer (176) added strong performances.
Three Rivers 27 def Vicksburg 3: The Wildcats beat Vicksburg with a strong showing. Tomas Cunningham (169-162), Tyler Mohney (170-160) and Ryan Newicki (138-189) led Three Rivers. Justin Plankenhorn (136-207) was the top scorer for Vicksburg.
Benzie Central 28 def TC Central 2: The Trojans were no match for Benzie Central. Ondrea Ream (190-214) was TC Central’s best scorer, while Abby Hill posted a 119.
Fruitport 29 def Allendale 1: The Trojans nearly blanked the Falcons. Jessica Plichta (180-203) and Oakleigh Chase (198-174) were Fruitport’s top two scorers in this victory.
GR Catholic Central 25 def Cedar Springs 5: The Cougars cruised to a victory over the Red Hawks. Kristen Hauk (222-170) and Madi Kehoe (157-180) were GRCC’s top scorers. Chloe Fisk (170-173) and Nicole Baker (158-141) were Cedar Springs’ best finishers.
Greenville 29 def GR Christian 1: The ‘Jackets won their conference match in convincing fashion on Wednesday. Kellsey Green (195) and Sierra Merlington (183) paced Greenville.
Hastings 27 def Lumen Christi 3: On Tuesday, the Saxons beat Lumen Christi with a strong performance. Andrea Rhodes posted a team high 199 for Hastings, while Shyanna Baker (153-171) and Ally Herder (166-167) won two points with strong series.
Hudsonville 23 def Unity Christian 7: The Eagles won the “Battle of Hudsonville”, rallying from a 4-0 hole after losing Baker Game #1. Bryanna Bentley (200-143) and Makenna Hendrickson (185-175) were Hudsonville’s top two scorers. Lauren Vander Maas (179-172) and Marrisa Stanton (171-161) led Unity Christian.
Kenowa Hills 21 def FHE 9: The Knights took down the Hawks on Wednesday. FHE led 6-4 after the Bakers, but Kenowa Hills had a strong showing in the individual games. Natalie Williams (178), Madison Hitts (148-124) and Jadea Mourer (138) posted Kenowa’s high scores. FHE was led by Abbey Addington (134) and Ally Alkema (122-124).
Lowell 29 def East GR 1: The Red Arrows nearly blanked the Pioneers on Wednesday. Tatum Chambers and Courtney Witten each posted 203 games for Lowell. Anna Edleman posted a season high 166 for EGR, while Laura Hulburt captured the lone point for the team (130).
Middleville 28 def Wayland 2: The Trojans dominated Wayland in their OK Gold battle on Wednesday. Carly Snyder (211-215) led Middleville, while Cayleigh Willard (171) and Emily Podbevsek (160) added strong games. Kadence Bottrall scored Wayland’s two points with a 337 series (194-143), while Isabella Harnish added a 201-170 series.
Northview 30 def FHC 0: The Wildcats blanked the Rangers in OK White action. Abby Ludwick (190-155) and Julia Frey (190-146) were Northview’s best performers. Megan Hackered led FHC with a 120-107 series.
Rockford 28 def Caledonia 2: The Rams had little trouble defeating Caledonia on Wednesday. Rockford swept the Baker Games and won all but two individual games. Emma Colby (178-204) and Emma Korhorn (200-179) led Rockford, while Caledonia’s best performance came on the ball of their own Emma, as Emma Whitman posted a 185.
Three Rivers 26 def Vicksburg 4: The Wildcats topped the Bulldogs in Wolverine Conference play. Brooklyn Page led Three Rivers with a 297 series, while Vicksburg got their best performance from Jenna Payton (264 series).