Boys bowling rolls over Holly

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Boys bowling rolls over Holly

The boys bowling team buzzed over the Holly Bronchos on Saturday, Dec. 8.

The boys bowling team buzzed over the Holly Bronchos on Saturday, Dec. 8.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

The boys bowling team buzzed over the Holly Bronchos on Saturday, Dec. 8.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

The boys bowling team buzzed over the Holly Bronchos on Saturday, Dec. 8.

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The boys bowling team faced Holly at Cherry Hill North on Saturday, Dec. 8, swarming the Bronchos in a 28-2 rout.

The Hornets won both Baker games and outscored Holly 1,958-1,646 in individual play.

Winning the first Baker 235-133, the Kearsley squad picked up an easy four points. The group put 204 pins to bed in the second Baker, earning a total pinfall of 439-296.

With a 10-0 lead going into individuals, confidence surged from the team.

Senior Nathan Maxwell took care of business with a sum of 182, beating his opponent by eight pins.

Devin Smith, senior, stung his Broncho foe 246-165.

Juniors Ethan Burke and Rodney Baltosser teamed up for the third game, falling short of their matchup by 45 pins.

In the fourth spot, freshman Gage Slagor sent 191 pins flying.

Senior Kyle Langworthy, anchor, embarrassed his opponent with a 254-105 victory.

At the end of the first set, the Hornets held an insurmountable 18-1 lead.

The Hornets still trounced Holly in the second set of matches.

Maxwell locked down another point for Kearsley with a 220-174 tally.

Smith and Burke dropped a combined match by a score of 164-145, but Baltosser rallied for a four-pin advantage over his opponent.

Continuing an impressive rookie year, Slagor put another point on the scorecard with a 216-194 triumph.

Finishing off the Bronchos, Langworthy bowled a 172-pin performance.

Impressive performances from younger bowlers and typical dominance by veteran leaders sets up Kearsley to compete for its third consecutive league title.

With a 3-0 record, the Hornets are in a three-team tie for second in the Metro League, splitting the honors with Flushing and Clio. Owosso, a team Kearsley beat in tournament play, sits atop the League with a 4-0 start.

The team will attempt to sting the Raiders on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Richfield Bowl.

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