Boys bowling strikes down Brandon, competes in tournament

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Boys bowling beat Brandon and fell in a tournament during exam week.

As students worked tirelessly during grueling exams, the boys bowling team battled it out in a Metro League match against Brandon and participated in the Flint Metro Conference Championship Tournament.

Freshman Howie Hammond and sophomore Gage Slagor showed their true talents in both events.

Brandon

The Hornets demolished the Blackhawks in a 21-9 match at B’s Bowling Thursday, Jan. 16.

Hammond and Slagor led the team with high scores of 255 and 224, respectively.

Despite the victory, Hammond believes that there are still things for the team to work on.

“We need to work on our confidence and attitude as a team,” Hammond said.

Flint Metro Conference Championship Tournament

Kearsley hosted the Flint Metro Conference Championship Tournament at Richfield Bowl Sunday, Jan. 19.

Though the boys fell in the tournament, Hammond and Slagor came out near the top. Hammond earned third place with a 697 series and Slagor attained sixth place with a 680 series.

Both Hammond and Slagor were recognized as part of the boys All-Tournament team.

The Hornets are now 4-1 in the Metro League.

They compete next Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Metro League Baker Tournament at Cherry Hill Lanes.