CoEd Varsity Bowling
Game Summaries & Headlines.
- Game Date
- Dec 10, 2018
Wayland Varsity Boys and Girls WIN!!!
Great News!!! A 27-3 Wayland Varsity Boys win over East Grand Rapids.
On top of all our teams bad luck this season, I have to admit I was more than a bit panicked today as we were without our anchor Dillon Smith (in a walking cast - foot injury). Never fear, senior Christian Courser did an outstanding job filling in for him. It isn't easy facing the other teams anchor (which is typically their best bowler), but Christian did remarkable job and took both his matches.
We started out the evening winning both Baker games and quickly found ourselves up 10-0.
In game one, sophomore Alan Beggs met his goal with a superb 200 game. He took both his match points as well.
Freshman, Mark Musgrave, led the team in the second match with a 169 game. We had set a small goal after the first game and Mark smashed that goal. I am pretty sure we will keep setting those goals!
Sophomore Max Oosterhouse took a point as well as senior Jarod Geerligs to complete the other winning points this evening.
Congratulations ladies on a fine start to your season!
The lady cats continued to amaze and excite the crowd tonight with a 24-6 win over East Grand Rapids. I can't say how pleased I am to see the success of our very young team that features only one senior.
Our ladies lost the first Baker game and boy that must have upset them. They didn't show it in their emotions, they showed it with a second Baker game win and by enough pins to take the Baker total as well.
High games for the evening were by Amber Beggs with game of 171 and 174, which were winning points. I nicknamed her "Ole Lady" for the evening as she pulled a muscle in her back and was bowling in pain this evening. What a trooper! If you knew about the bad luck our boys are having this season, you would believe someone had to have put a curse on us this season.
Freshman Haley Taylor won both of her matches this evening as did freshman Bella Harnish. Other points won this evening were by sophomores Lainey Rollandini and Kendra VanKoevering, and freshman Lilly Gates.