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Boys bowling bridles Mustangs in season closer

Senior Kyle Langworthy watches as his ball hits the pins against Clio on Monday, Feb. 11.

Senior Kyle Langworthy watches as his ball hits the pins against Clio on Monday, Feb. 11.

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

Senior Kyle Langworthy watches as his ball hits the pins against Clio on Monday, Feb. 11.

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

Senior Kyle Langworthy watches as his ball hits the pins against Clio on Monday, Feb. 11.

The boys bowling team played a rescheduled match against Clio, winning 27-3 at Grand Blanc Lanes on Monday, Feb. 11.

The Hornets won both Baker games to start off with a 10-0 lead over the Mustangs.

Continuing his hot streak, junior Ethan Burke rolled games of 255 and 209.

Knocking down 227 pins, junior Lawson Boshaw also chipped in on the scorecard.

Per usual, senior Kyle Langworthy bowled a high game of 211 to help his team win its final regular season match.

Flushing won the Metro League with a 14-2 record, while Kearsley tied for second with Owosso at 13-3.

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy
Seniors Devin Smith, (l to r) Kyle Langworthy, and Nathan Maxwell take a group photo in their final regular season match against Clio on Monday, Feb. 11, at Grand Blanc Lanes. With an identical 13-3 record to Owosso, the team tied for second place in the Metro League.

Langworthy feels the team did well overall but could have improved.

“I wish we could have finished with a better record,” Langworthy said. “But I think we’re prepared to go to regionals and states. Overall, we get the job done.”

The Hornets will face off individually in the Metro League’s Singles Tournament at Owosso’s Capitol Bowl on Saturday, Feb. 16, and will participate on Sunday, Feb. 17, in a tune-up match for their regional.

Langworthy expects some Kearsley bowlers to succeed at both events.

“I think we’re going to have people that perform well and just prepare for regionals,” Langworthy said.

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