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 2The 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).