In the boys’ competition, the Trojans’ boys scored a 20-10 win over the Lakers. Fruitport earned six of the 10 available Baker points by winning Game 2, 190-132, and the total pins, 322-287. Spring Lake won the first Baker game, 178-108.
In individual action, Spring Lake received points two points from Josh Dixon, who rolled games of 210 and 193. Spring Lake’s Seth Kriger earned a point with a 168, as did Joel Boon with a 113, T.J. Kriger with a 181, and Tyler Mills with a 105.
Fruitport finished with 1,567 total pins in the two games, compared to Spring Lake’s 1,500.
In the girls’ competition, the Lakers managed just one point in a 29-1 loss to Fruitport.
The Trojans won the two Baker games, 122-110 and 194-103, and also won two points for the total Baker scores of 316-213.
The Lakers’ lone point came from Gretta Nyboer, who won her matchup with a 103. Elinore Adams rolled a 137 and a 139 for the Lakers, while Amanda Dixon had a 128 and a 104. Nyboer also rolled a 124.
The Lakers are in their first year as a club sport.