Mona Shores, Ravenna girls win regional bowling titles; 18 local bowlers qualify for state

Two area girls high school bowling teams and two individual bowlers won championships last weekend in regional competition, and qualified for the state tournament in the process.

In Division 2 regional action at Northway Lanes in Muskegon, the Mona Shores girls took home the team championship, besting second-place Northview 3,476-3,450.

The Ravenna girls scored 3333 at Sherman Lanes in Muskegon to take home the Division 4 regional title, outpacing Fowler and Portland St. Patrick.

Other teams that qualified for the state finals were the Oakridge boys (second in regionals) and Oakridge girls (third place) in Division 3 and the Kent City boys (third place) in Division 4.

The area’s two individual regional champions were Alyssa Major of Oakridge , who bowled a 1,153 series in Division 3 competition, and Jessica Plichta of Fruitport, won the Division 2 individual regional championship with a 1,119 series.

Overall, 18 local boys and girls bowlers qualified individually for the state finals, which are slated for Friday and Saturday at various locations around the state.

The Division 1 state finals will be at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park while Division 2 will be at Century Bowl in Waterford. Division 3 will take place at Northway Lanes in Muskegon while the Division 4 finals will be held at M-66 Bowl in Battle Creek.

The following is a list of local individual bowlers who qualified for the state finals:

Division 1
Collin Prokopec, Grand Haven

Division 3
Brady Bowen, Orchard View
Josh Felcoski, Oakridge
Byrce Shangle, Ludington

Division 4
Colt Willick, Ravenna


Division 1
Alexis Thompson, Grand Haven

Division 2
Jessica Plichta, Fruitport
Krystina Richards, Mona Shores
Lindsay Cross, Mona Shores
Marissa Bacon, Mona Shores
Karli VanDuinen, Reeths-Puffer

Division 3
Alyssa Major, Oakridge
Jackie Jacobs, Whitehall
Morgan Foster, Oakridge
Saige Phelps, Ludington

Division 4
Brienna McFarren, Ravenna
Amaya Guzman, Ravenna
Lauren May, Ravenna



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