Allegan 28 Otsego 2: The Bulldogs were led by Connor Farrish (192) and Gavin Merrill (179) in defeat.

Allendale 23 West Catholic 7: The Battle of the Falcons went to Allendale in OK Blue action. Allendale won the first Baker by 18 pins, before WC won the second Baker by 13. Allendale won the first regular game 809-785, and the second game 778-769. Chandler Selk (199), Nate Deiphouse (178-193) and Sean Jenkins (168-211) led Allendale. Noah Domeier (237-198) and Ryan Greenop (187) paced WC.

Bay City John Glenn 21 Frankenmuth 9: The Bobcats defeated the Eagles in TVC East play. Cam Severs posted a 224-215 series for the ‘Muth, while Michael Carter went 188-176.

East Grand Rapids 21 Forest Hills Northern 9: The Pioneers defeated the Huskies in conference play. EGR was ahead 6-4 after the Bakers, then took 15 of 20 individual game points. Michael Colombo had a great day, tossing a 204-236 series. Caden Chenlo added a 233 game.

Forest Hills Eastern 28 GR Catholic Central 2: The Hawks dominated the Cougars in OK Gold action. Jonah Whalen (201-154), Gabe Biel (151-201) and Ashton Feenstra (156-181) paced the victors. Dom Daneffel (170-158) won both points for GRCC, as they only started two healthy bowlers.

Frankenmuth 27 Essexville Garber 3: The Eagles cruised past the Dukes in TVC action. This included a 10-0 Baker sweep, highlighted by a 224-96 game two victory. Cam Severs (218-213) and Hunter Schmitzer (193-171) led the way for Frankenmuth.

Grandville 19 East Kentwood 11: The Bulldogs defeated the Falcons in OK Red play. Grandville won the Bakers 6-4, then held on for a 13-7 individual game play. Bonham Pulcifer had a 204 to lead Grandville, while Conner VanderSloot (191-187) posted a team-best series. Parker Lovejoy (247-243) was dominant for EK, while Elijah Cruz (191-161) had a great day.

Holton 25 Fremont 5: The Red Devils swept the Bakers to jump to a 10-0 lead. In the regular games, Holton won 15 of the 20 remaining points to secure a victory. Andrew Lyon (199) and Gabe VanVleet (150) led Fremont in defeat.

Hudsonville 21 East Kentwood 9: The Eagles defeated the Falcons in OK Red action on Monday evening. Hudsonville led 6-4 after the Bakers, and continued that success into the individual games. Evan Ball (235-204), Daniel Olrelas (216-216), Luke Verstrate (223-247), and Peyton VanKampen (232) were in the 200 club for the victors. Parker Lovejoy (246-217) and Bradyn Curtis (209-248) paced EK.

Jackson Northwest 26 Hastings 4: The Mounties had a great night, taking down Hastings. Drew Rhodes led the Saxons in defeat with a 222, resulting from 7 straight strikes. Gage Richmond (176-179) added a strong day for Hastings as well.

Kalamazoo Loy Norrix 16 Battle Creek Lakeview 14: The Knights got out to a 10-0 lead over the Spartans after the Bakers, and that hole was too much for the Spartans to overcome. Lonnie Green II (192-149), Hunter Markos (135-122), Cameron McKee (165-171), Cade Landers (182-168), and Riley Ashby (171-133) led Lakeview.

Mattawan 24 Otsego 6

Middleville 16.5 Forest Hills Eastern 13.5: The Trojans took down the Hawks in OK Gold action. Ethan Kriekaard led the team with a 203, while Donnie Rosendall added a 193. Jonah Whalen finished with a 189, and Bryce Jenkins posted a 214-182 series for the Hawks.

Wayland 26 Ottawa Hills 4: The Wildcats took down Ottawa Hills on Monday afternoon. Mark Musgrave led the way with 176, while Aydin Tolliver added a 170.

Wayland 19 Zeeland 11: Wayland defeated Zeeland for the first time after starting with a 10-0 Baker sweep. Stephen Harnish had a 212-162 series, while Deven Gardner added a 193-197.

Zeeland 28 West Catholic 2: The combined Zeeland squad had little trouble with West Catholic. Noah VanderVelde rolled a 198, while Alex Vogt tossed a 199.



Allegan 29 Otsego 1

Battle Creek Lakeview 27 Loy Norrix 3: The Spartans swept the Knights in the Bakers on their way to a commanding victory. Alyssa Morgan (131-103) and Erika Granado (103) led the way.

Bay City John Glenn 30 Frankenmuth 0: The Bobcats are 10-0 in TVC action after a sweep of the Eagles. Caeli Schultz posted a 235 for BCJG. Jozie Felske posted a 165-153 series for the ‘Muth.

Forest Hills Northern 23 East Grand Rapids 7: The Huskies defeated the Pioneers on Monday night in OK White action. Sophia Herold rolled a 155 for EGR.

Frankenmuth 16 Essexville Garber 14: The Eagles defeated the Dukes in TVC action on Saturday. Jozie Felske had a big spare in the Baker games, and she added a 161-140 series in individual play. Hannah Brown contributed a 139-127 series.

Fremont 19 Holton 11: The Red Devils took the first Baker by nine pins, but a Game 2 rally allowed the Packers to take a 6-4 lead. Adena Tedford’s 138 and Rhiannon Ziebke’s 130 allowed Fremont to take enough individual points to secure the win.

GR Catholic Central 28 Forest Hills Eastern 2: The Cougars defeated the short-staffed Hawks. Madi Kehoe (185-129) and Sophia Bursley (135-120) paced GRCC. Emilee Nowicki (162-122) led FHE.

Greenville 16 Byron Center 14: The ‘Jackets edged out the Bulldogs in OK White play, defeating a BC team that was undefeated in league play. Siera Merlington (244-193), Genesys Noble (211-150) and Kennedy Dunham (165-157) paced Greenville in victory.

Hastings 24.5 Jackson Northwest 5.5: The Saxons defeated the Mounties in Interstate 8 play. Shyanna Baker (165-124), Amber Rabideau (143-173), Ally Herder (139-120), and Abby Barton (154-156) all swept their two individual matches.

Middleville 27.5 Forest Hills Eastern 2.5: The Trojans defeated a depleted FHE team on Monday. The Hawks actually won 2.5 of a possible 6 individual points, but a shortened roster cost them. Emilee Nowicki scored a 178-142 for FHE. Paige Green had a 167-157 series for Middleville.

Otsego 22 Mattawan 8

Wayland 30 Ottawa Hills 0: The Bengals were unable to field any healthy bowlers in this OK Gold matchup. Bella Harnish (227-184), Brianna Hyde (171-158) and Kadence Bottrall (211-176) led Wayland, as the Wildcats still bowled this match.

West Catholic 21.5 Allendale 8.5The Falcons defeated the Falcons in OK Blue action. Allendale won the first Baker 135-107, before WC rallied for a 140-134 win in the second Baker. Down 6-4, West Catholic rallied with a individual game sweep (580-410 and 532-418).

Zeeland 28 Wayland 2: The Zeeland team cruised past Wayland on January 18. Bella Harnish led Wayland with a 224, while Kadence Bottrall added a 206.

Zeeland 30 West Catholic 0: It was perfection for Zeeland, as they swept the Falcons. Four of the five Zeeland bowlers joined the 200 club. Morgan Smith (253-259), Alyssa Fortney (207-256), Brianna Fortney (214) and Shanna McDonnell (206) had tremendous rounds for Zeeland.



Hastings travelled to Grandville for the Zeeland Baker Invite. The boys bowled well with a total of 1643 series of 10 Baker matches. This earned them an 8th place finish and a berth in the bracket. Hastings lost in game three to Middleville. Hastings’ girls posted a 1505, which placed them third after the 10 Baker matches. In bracket play, the Saxons defeated Allendale, Middleville and Coopersville to advance to the finals. In the title game, they took down Zeeland 328-310 to capture the title.

Sturgis‘ boys team took aim at the Mel Wolf Open over the weekend. The Trojan finished 9th, just missing the bracket play. The ladies also finished 9th, just missing the bracket. Lydia Boland posted a season-high 211, while Kaitlin Coker’s 183 was a career-best game. Sturgis’ 761 was also a season-high game for the ladies.