Winning streak continues for girls bowling

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Winning streak continues for girls bowling

Sophomore Emilea Sturk led the Hornets with a 226-pin game during the match against Swartz Creek on  Wednesday, Jan. 2.

Sophomore Emilea Sturk led the Hornets with a 226-pin game during the match against Swartz Creek on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

Sophomore Emilea Sturk led the Hornets with a 226-pin game during the match against Swartz Creek on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

Sophomore Emilea Sturk led the Hornets with a 226-pin game during the match against Swartz Creek on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

The girls bowling team continued its momentum into its match Wednesday, Jan. 2, against Swartz Creek, winning 24-6.

The Hornets entered the Metro League match with their undefeated 5-0 record at stake against the Dragons, who held a 4-1 record.

Starting the match, the team won its first Baker game 211 to Creek’s 191.

The Dragons came back in the second Baker, defeating Kearsley 179-130 and taking a 6-4 lead over the Hornets.

Progressing into the individual games, sophomore Emilea Sturk led the team with a 226-pin game.

Following behind Sturk was sophomore Megan Timm, shooting 210; senior Alexis Roof, rolling a 207 game; sophomore Allison Eible with 203; and junior Imari Blond, scoring 203.

Final pinfall for the Hornets was 1,049 to the Dragons’ 848.

The team won all nine points, taking a 13-6 lead.

Kearsley rolled a total game of 975 to Creek’s 807 in the second individual games.

The Hornets were led by Timm and Roof, rolling games of 215 and 186.

The team’s next matches are against Clio and Fenton on Saturday, Jan. 5, at Holly Lanes.

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