SL bowling club falls to Fruitport

Spring Lake's club bowling team came up short against the varsity bowling squad from Fruitport on Wednesday.0
Tribune Staff
Jan 26, 2012

 

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.

 

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