Boys and girls high school bowling regionals continued Friday for teams and will go on through Saturday for individuals.
In team regional competition, the top three squads advance to the state finals.
Here is a roundup of the action for bowling teams and individuals from the West Michigan Conference (Feb. 24, 2023):
DIVISION 4 AT PARK CENTER LANES
Ravenna’s girls bowling team ran away with a Division 4 regional championship Friday at Park Center Lanes in Wyoming and will be competing in next weekend’s state finals. The Bulldogs totaled 2538 pins to easily outpoint runner-up Gobles (2470). Fellow West Michigan Conference member Holton also is state finals-bound after finishing third in the regional with 2326.
On the boys side, Ravenna finished third (2858) to punch its ticket to the state finals. Saugatuck won the regional title (3006), while Grandville Calvin Christian finished second (2909). Holton just missed state finals qualification, finishing fourth in the regional (2818).
The Division 4 state finals will be held March 3-4 at M-66 Bowl in Battle Creek.
DIVISION 3 AT SHERMAN BOWLING CENTER
Orchard View senior Korbin TenBrink finished runner-up in a Division 3 individual regional Friday at Sherman Bowling Center in Muskegon. TenBrink shot 1207 in the regional, only seven pins behind champion Alec McGinnis of Portland. TenBrink will compete in the individual state finals March 4 at JAX-60 in Jackson.
On the girls side, Oakridge’s Kira Twining placed sixth (982) and Whitehall’s Ava Garcia was 10th (971) to earn state finals berths.
DIVISION 2 AT RICHFIELD BOWL
Ludington’s boys placed 12th (2550) in a Division 2 team regional Friday at Richfield Bowl in Flint. Flint Kearsley won the regional title (3442), followed by Bay City Western (3417) and Bay City John Glenn (3333).
On the girls side, Ludington finished ninth (2108). Kearsley placed first (3105), followed by John Glenn (3045) and Iron Mountain (2515).
DIVISION 3 AT SPARETIME LANES
Mason County Central’s boys placed 14th (2291) in a Division 3 team regional Friday at Sparetime Lanes in Cheboygan. Gladwin was first (3176), followed by Cheboygan (3139) and Ogemaw Heights (2998).
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