Wednesday bowling roundup: Multiple area teams have dominant night on the lanes

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The Fruitport boys bowling team defeated Reeths-Puffer 26-4 on Wednesday night.

Jray Conklin led the Trojans with a series score of 392 while Zander Leonard rolled a game score of 179.

Rounding out the game scores for Fruitport were Cameron Weaver with 162, Mayson Whitlow with 161 and Jerod Arvey with 159.

FRUITPORT GIRLS 26, RERETHS-PUFFER GIRLS 4 – The Fruitport girls bowling team was led by Avery Wilks with a series score of 310 on Wednesday.

Oakleigh Chase had a game score of 168 followed by Kennadi Dykstra with 153, Raegen Dykstra with 153 and Jessica Plichta with 152.

RAVENNA BOYS 24, ORCHARD VIEW BOYS 6 – Ethan May paced Ravenna on Wednesday with a series score of 433 while Andre Guzman had a series score of 363.

Rounding out the Bulldog scores were Adam Bundy with a game of 205, Derek Place with a game of 182 and Dylan Gordon with a game score of 172.

Ravenna is now 14-0 on the season.

RAVENNA GIRLS 25, ORCHARD VIEW GIRLS 5 – The Ravenna girls improved their record to 14-0 on the season with the victory.

Morgan Lockhart led the Bulldogs with a series score of 358 while Amaya Guzman had a series score of 341.

Game scores for Ravenna were Heidi Kloostra with 160, Emily Linck with 157 and Liberty Willick with 137.

MONA SHORES GIRLS 30, GRAND RAPIDS UNION 0 – Bailey Graham led the Sailors with a series score of 394 on Wednesday.

With the win, the Sailors improve to 10-0 in OK-Black Conference play.

MONA SHORES BOYS 24, GRAND RAPIDS UNION 6 – Cameron Picard had a game high score of 228 and a series high score of 368 for Mona Shores.

WHITEHALL DROPS TWO – The Whitehall boys bowling team fell 23-7 to Fremont and 24-6 to Western Michigan Christian in a tri on Wednesday.

Charlie Glamzi led the Vikings with a series score of 447 while Sebastian Workman, Gavin Gardner and Gabe Ganos also won matches on the night.

WHITEHALL GIRLS 25, FREMONT 5 – Karli VanDuinen led the Whitehall girls with a series score of 423 on Wednesday.

Rounding out the Viking bowlers were Jayden Sheehy with a 319 series, Molly Karchinski with a 316 series and Katie Ferris with a 313 series.

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