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Boys bowling tastes first league defeat

The boys bowling team dropped its first match of the season against Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 19.

The boys bowling team dropped its first match of the season against Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 19.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

The boys bowling team dropped its first match of the season against Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 19.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

The boys bowling team dropped its first match of the season against Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Owosso spoiled the boys bowling team’s hopes for an undefeated season Wednesday, Dec. 19, beating the Hornets 18-12.

In the first Baker game, the Trojans dominated the Hornets in a 223-152 match.

Kearsley captured the second Baker 213-168 but fell behind 6-4 as Owosso knocked down 26 more pins than the Hornets between the two games.

In individual games, the Trojans continued to overcome Kearsley, taking six out of 10 games and clinching their sixth win of the season.

Junior Ethan Burke and senior Devin Smith paired up for a pinfall of 171 in their first individual game.

Nathan Maxwell, senior, outmatched his opponent with a 202-190 victory, while freshman Gage Slagor was bested 190-171.

Falling by a deficit of 27 pins, junior Lawson Boshaw bowled a 176 in his first match of the season.

Senior Kyle Langworthy led the team with a 236-pin performance, one of only two victors in the first set of individual games.

In the second set of matches, Smith took home his match with a 195-pin tally. Maxwell clobbered his opponent with a 267-167 count.

Slagor and junior Rodney Baltosser came together for a pinfall of 152, but lost their match by 50.

Falling by 16 in his second game, Boshaw upended 191 pins.

While he bowled a 200-pin game, Langworthy lost his game by 37 pins.

Owosso now leads the Metro league at 6-0, while Kearsley and Clio sit in second place together at 4-1.

The Hornets will face Owosso again on Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Richfield Bowl.

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