Girls bowling defeats Holly, Fenton

Hornets take second at Baker tournament

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Girls bowling defeats Holly, Fenton

The girls bowling team is now 4-0 this season.

The girls bowling team is now 4-0 this season.

IMAGE / Hannah Hendley

The girls bowling team is now 4-0 this season.

IMAGE / Hannah Hendley

IMAGE / Hannah Hendley

The girls bowling team is now 4-0 this season.

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The girls bowling team swept its two league matches Saturday, Dec. 9, at Clarkston’s Cherry Hill Lanes

In the first match, the Kearsley beat Fenton 29-1.

The Hornets took a 10-0 lead after the Baker games beating Fenton with 225-131 and 192-99.

The team won the first individual game with an 842 team score, led by junior Alexis Roof with a 193.

The second individual game was led by senior Emma Boychuk, winning eight out of nine points with a 215 game and leading the team with a 857 game.

Kearsley beat the Tigers in total pinfall 2,116-1,344.

In the second match of the afternoon, Kearsley defeated the Bronchos 27-3.

The match began with Baker games victories 171-132 and 180-166, taking a 10-0  lead.

In the first individual game, the Hornets bowled 1, 000 to Holly’s 744. Four girls rolled 200 games, with Roof leading the team.

The second game ended with Kearsley edging Holly 943-803.Roof had a 212 game and junior Mary Wheeler threw a 211.

The final total pinfall for the match favored Kearsley 2,294-1,845 .

Royal Scot Kick Off Baker Tournament 

The Hornets placed second at the Kick Off the Season Baker Eliminator Tournament Sunday, Dec. 10.

The tournament was at Royal Scot in Lansing.

In the championship match, Kearsley had to face Bendle.

The team ended up losing three close Baker games to finish the tournament in second place.

The top teams all came from the Flint area.

Bendle placed first, Kearsley finished second, Davison was third, and Swartz Creek followed fourth.

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