Boys bowlers win individual, team tournaments

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Boys bowlers win individual, team tournaments

Junior Lawson Boshaw (l to r), an Owosso bowler, senior Kyle Langworthy, and junior Ethan Burke placed first place through fourth place, respectively, in the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16.

Junior Lawson Boshaw (l to r), an Owosso bowler, senior Kyle Langworthy, and junior Ethan Burke placed first place through fourth place, respectively, in the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16.

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

Junior Lawson Boshaw (l to r), an Owosso bowler, senior Kyle Langworthy, and junior Ethan Burke placed first place through fourth place, respectively, in the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16.

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy

Junior Lawson Boshaw (l to r), an Owosso bowler, senior Kyle Langworthy, and junior Ethan Burke placed first place through fourth place, respectively, in the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16.

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Back in action after a week-long rest, the boys bowling team placed three bowlers in the top four spots of the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16, while the team won the Regional Tune-Up Tournament on Sunday, Feb. 17.

The Hornets will compete at the MHSAA Division 2 regional at Bay City’s Monitor Lanes on Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23.

A solid performance at the qualifier can put the Hornets in position to compete for a state title.

Metro League Singles Tournament

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy
Senior Kyle Langworthy (l to r), junior Lawson Boshaw, and junior Ethan Burke pose with Boshaw’s plaque for winning the Metro League Singles Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16.

At Owosso’s Capitol Bowl, junior Lawson Boshaw won the event and was named to the third All-League team.

While taking a third-place spot in the tournament, senior Kyle Langworthy earned a spot on the first All-League team.

Langworthy was excited for his achievement.

“It was one of my goals throughout high school,” Langworthy said.

Junior Ethan Burke bowled for fourth in the tournament.

Freshman Gage Slagor continued a strong rookie season at the event, smashing his way to second team All-League.

As honorable mention, senior Nathan Maxwell was also recognized for his contributions during the season.

Regional Tune-Up Tournament

IMAGE / Mrs. Stephanie Langworthy
The boys bowling team won the Regional Tune-Up tournament on Sunday, Feb. 17, by four pins.

Most bowling tournaments are considered decided before the last frame is bowled.

For the boys team, however, hope is not lost at the end of a tournament.

In the tournament final, Kearsley faced Cadillac in a close match.

Cadillac’s final bowler simply had to roll a spare for his team to win. But he fell and fouled, so Cadillac didn’t score.

The Hornets clinched the tournament victory by four pins.

The victory continues a terrific season for the Hornet bowlers.

Langworthy feels the team is improving at a critical point.

“I think we’re peaking at the right time going into regionals,” Langworthy said.

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