MUSKEGON — The 2022-23 bowling season continues to get sweeter for Orchard View’s boys team and Oakridge junior Kira Twining.
Orchard View’s boys team, newly minted champion of the West Michigan Conference, added a Greater Muskegon Athletic Association tournament title to its season resume Wednesday at Northway Lanes.
The Cardinals defeated Fruitport and Ravenna in Baker-format GMAA finals and semifinal matches, respectively, en route to collecting the trophy.
On the girls side, Twining rolled a two-game 417 series (193-224) to capture the individual championship. This came two days after she finished first in the West Michigan Conference tourney in the same venue. Her score Wednesday would have placed her fourth in the boys’ GMAA competition.
Also in the girls GMAA tournament, Fruitport beat Reeths-Puffer and Oakridge in the finals and semifinals, respectively, to win the team title.
Here are the team scores from the GMAA tourney. The top four boys teams and top four girls squads advanced to the Baker-game semifinals:
BOYS TEAM SCORES
Orchard View 2220
Mona Shores 2065
Western Michigan Christian 1715
GIRLS TEAM SCORES
Mona Shores 1517
Orchard View 1420
TOP 10 BOYS FINISHERS
Jeremy Conklin Jr. (Fruitport) 481
Dylan Gordon (Ravenna) 451
Gage Wadland (Fruitport) 418
Korbin TenBrink (Orchard View) 402
Chase Albright (Holton) 398
Quinn Alderink (Reeths-Puffer) 385
Matt Lundberg (Western Michigan Christian) 385
Earnest Harris (Muskegon) 381
Jeremy Broughton (Orchard View) 379
Bradon Krohn (Fruitport) 379
TOP 10 GIRLS FINISHERS
Kira Twining (Oakridge) 417
Bianca Kammers (Reeths-Puffer) 385
Brynna Hanson (Fruitport) 351
Brenna Ackerman (Reeths-Puffer) 342
Ava Garcia (Whitehall) 330
Brook Buchan (Reeths-Puffer) 313
Emma Herremans (Ravenna) 297
Kenidie Shank (Holton) 292
Danika Cooper (Mona Shores) 286
Chloe Shank (Holton) 285
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