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D4 Winners Find Right Shots at Right Times

D4 Winners Find Right Shots at Right Times
Saturday, March 7, 2020
All athletes make adjustments during their events, but few work out as well as the one Hanover-Horton's Kassidy Alexander made during the Division 4 girls bowling singles championship match Saturday at Royal Scot. Alexander, a junior, was dueling with Bronson's Da...
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Juniors Thrive in Sweeping D2 Finals

Juniors Thrive in Sweeping D2 Finals
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Warren Woods Tower bowling coach Craig Geml isn’t bashful about proclaiming what a bright future Noah Tafanelli has in the sport.  “He’s definitely going to bowl at a high-level college program,” Geml said of his junior standout.
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D3 Champs Earn Teams' 1st Singles Titles

D3 Champs Earn Teams' 1st Singles Titles
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Make no mistake: Logan Teubert's cool demeanor masks a competitive fire that rages within.  Consider that when he got ahold of the bracket for the Division 3 Singles Bowling Finals at JAX 60, he had his mom fill out his name all the way to the championship.
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Senior Standouts Rally & Reign in D1

Senior Standouts Rally & Reign in D1
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Denny O’Neill described Cheyenne Washington as a four-year stalwart in the Lake Orion program, coachable and a leader. He could now describe her as a champion as she rallied from a 19-pin deficit against Lauren Slagter of Jenison to claim the Division 1 Finals si...
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Division 4 Champions Add to Trophy Cases

Division 4 Champions Add to Trophy Cases
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Jeff Wyers is a rare coach who has reached the pinnacle as a coach and player. Wyers, who was on the Grass Lake baseball team that won the Class D title in 1988, led the Warriors to the Division 4 boys team bowling title Friday.
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Mason Girls, Jackson NW Boys Earn 1st Titles

Mason Girls, Jackson NW Boys Earn 1st Titles
Friday, March 6, 2020
The Mason girls bowling team probably felt like it won two championships at Friday’s Division 2 Finals at Century Bowl.  First, the Bulldogs had to have felt like they won a championship after the semifinal round, when they did something no team had done dur...
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Comebacks Succeed for D1 Title Winners

Comebacks Succeed for D1 Title Winners
Friday, March 6, 2020
Utica Eisenhower’s boys and Zeeland’s girls both went into the regular game portion of their Team Finals matches behind after the Baker round. Both rallied and ended up claiming Division 1 championships Friday at Thunderbowl Lanes.
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D3 Champs Make Work Pay Off in Close Clinchers

D3 Champs Make Work Pay Off in Close Clinchers
Friday, March 6, 2020
History was made Friday, and it brought Jim Tesner to tears. Never before in the history of sports at Essexville Garber High School had a team won an MHSAA Finals championship.
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Preview: Championship Chances Abound

Preview: Championship Chances Abound
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Considering the majority of Michigan high school bowling divisions have recently enjoyed frequently-changing champions, it’s especially impressive that Flint Kearsley’s girls will enter Friday’s MHSAA Team Finals seeking their seventh straight Division...
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Performance: Ford's Kensington Holland

Performance: Ford's Kensington Holland
Monday, January 27, 2020
The Ford senior and four-year varsity standout earned her top achievement of many this winter, winning the Macomb County Singles Tournament championship Jan. 19 to earn the MHSAA “Performance of the Week.” for the week of Jan. 13.  Holland won the fina...
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Seniors Standouts Cap Careers with D1 Wins

Seniors Standouts Cap Careers with D1 Wins
Saturday, March 2, 2019
The minute she saw the match play draw at Saturday’s Division 1 Bowling Singles Finals, Oxford’s Megan Armbruster’s eyes lit up.  She had already mentally circled a name on her half of the draw.
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Success Cascades for Jackson-Area Pair

Success Cascades for Jackson-Area Pair
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Not long after they claimed their Division 4 high school bowling singles championships, both Collin Baldwin and Mackenzie Johnson thought back to people who impacted them during their freshman years. Baldwin proved “some kid” was wrong three years ago, whil...
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Lessons from Last Time Serve D2 Champs

Lessons from Last Time Serve D2 Champs
Saturday, March 2, 2019
On the right forearm of Adrian bowler Jacob Harvey is a tattoo of a samurai, which he said is a tribute to his Japanese heritage. “I’m a quarter Japanese, and it represents bravery and courage,” Harvey said.  Harvey certainly showed some of both ...
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Campbell, Betts Believed Then Achieved

Campbell, Betts Believed Then Achieved
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Trusting the process led to a stunning ending to Dawson Campbell's season.  In fact, if you had asked the Cheboygan junior a few months ago if winning a Division 3 individual bowling championship was a possibility, Campbell's answer would have been a resounding no...
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D4 Bowling Finals Belong to Bronson

D4 Bowling Finals Belong to Bronson
Saturday, March 2, 2019
There has not been a better day in Bronson’s brief bowling history, or more specifically, a more exhilarating hour than between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Friday. On one end of M-66 Bowl, the Vikings boys team clinched its second straight Division 4 championship. Minutes...
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Flint Kearsley, New Boston Huron Rule D2

Flint Kearsley, New Boston Huron Rule D2
Friday, March 1, 2019
There couldn’t have been a more appropriate showdown for the Division 2 girls bowling team championship Friday. Flint Kearsley and Tecumseh entered No. 1 and No. 2 in number of Division 2 titles won, and happened to be seeded No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, out of...
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D1's Best Celebrate 1st Finals Titles

D1's Best Celebrate 1st Finals Titles
Friday, March 1, 2019
Blake Ryntz had no clue that the tears he was shedding late Friday morning in his father’s arms would – five hours later – morph from ones of sadness to those of triumph. But that’s what the sport of bowling can do to a person.
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D3 Champs Rise from Past Tourney Troubles

D3 Champs Rise from Past Tourney Troubles
Friday, March 1, 2019
Emily Feldten clearly remembered the conversation she had with her coach as the Division 3 girls team bowling championships came down to the final three shots.  The Coloma junior had assured coach Carley Burrell she could be counted on to handle the team's anchor ...
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Preview: Finals Fields Full of Past Champs

Preview: Finals Fields Full of Past Champs
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Seven reigning team champions and five singles title winners are returning for this weekend’s MHSAA Girls & Boys Bowling Finals. But this sport annually seems to allow for a higher degree of the unexpected at this highest level of competition – so expec...
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Performance: Flint Kearsley's Imari Blond

Performance: Flint Kearsley's Imari Blond
Thursday, January 24, 2019
A two-time all-stater and last season’s MHSAA Finals singles runner-up in Division 2, Flint Kearsley junior Imari Blond is well on her way to building one of the most impressive bowling careers in state high school history.  Sunday saw her add to the pile of...
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