The difference for the Bucs came in the Baker games, where they held a 10-0 advantage over the Big Reds. Grand Haven knocked down 260 pins in the two games, compared to 220 from Muskegon.
The two teams split points for total pins in the match play round, but Muskegon got the edge in the head-to-head matchups, taking a 13-7 lead in the match.
Scoring points for the Bucs were Marina Chavez, who rolled a game of 145; and Dominique Sauers, who rolled a 144.
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