Haven boys bowlers improve to 6-1

Grand Haven’s boys bowling team dominated East Kentwood on Tuesday, winning 21-9.
Nich Wolak
Feb 5, 2014

The Buccaneers won all 10 Baker game points, rolling games of 210 and 247 for a two-game total of 457.

In the regular games, the Bucs rolled total scores of 1,071 and 954 for a total of 2,025, which easily bested East Kentwood’s 901-955-1,856.

Winning points for the Bucs were Joel Collins with a 211 and a 197, Brennan Batka with a 243, Justin White with a 257, and Kaleb Schmidt with a 194.

Jimmy Mitchell added games of 242 and 204 for Grand Haven, which is now 6-1 on the year.

In the girls’ competition, the Bucs won 29-1 over the Falcons.

Grand Haven swept the Baker game points with scores of 137-193 for a total of 330.

Their regular game scores of 788-762-1,550 was well ahead of East Kentwood’s 642-597-1,239.

Meagan Batka rolled a 207 and a 149 to claim a pair of individual points. Becca Hatinger won a point with a 111 game, while Breanna Olthof took two points with games of 163 and 157.

Dominique Sauers rolled games of 181 and 150 to earn a point, while Taryn Metzler added two points with games of 157 and 155. Autumn Ray won a point with her 120 game for the Bucs, who are now 3-4 on the season.



Not really sure who does these write ups but FYI Brennan Batka was not even there at this meet. This is also not the first time the write up has been wrong or not included all quotes.

Tri-cities realist

I'm doubting the Trib was actually there, probably just relaying the scores provided to them. But as we know, they are not infallible either.

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