Monday high school bowling roundup: Grant Haven boys, led by Austin Breuker, squeaks past East Kentwood 17-13

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The Grand Haven boys bowling team edged East Kentwood 17-13 on Monday. Austin Breuker led the Bucs with games of 202 and 222 in the close match.

Collin Prokopec had games of 203 and 202 for Grand Haven while Jaxon Batka added a 211 and Jaxson Garland bowled a 199.

The Bucs took one of the two baker games, winning 253-153 and losing 171-163. They won their first regular game 1,000-836 but lost 946-942 in a close second game.

FRUITPORT 27, WYOMING 3 – The Fruitport boys team was led by Evan Simonis and his 233 series in the Trojans’ victory over Wyoming on Monday night.

Bradon Krohn rolled a 217, Jray Conklin tossed a 201, and Cameron Weaver had a 194 for the Trojans.

RAVENNA 15, MONTAGUE 15 – The Bulldogs and Wildcats bowled to a deadlock on Monday night.

The Ravenna squad was led by Dylan Gordon, who rolled a 215 and 198 game, while Andre Guzman bowled a 188 and Brandon McFarren had a 151.

KENT CITY 26, WEST MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 4 – Kent City was led by Denver Golden with 225 and 222 games.

WHITEHALL 17, HOLTON 13 – Ethan Legard was the lead bowler for Holton with a high game of 183.

GIRLS

FRUITPORT 30, WYOMING 0 – The Fruitport girls bowling team was dominant in its clean sweep over Wyoming’s short-handed squad on Monday night.

The Trojans were led by Jessica Plichta, who bowled a 173 and a 171, along with Oakleigh Chase, who rolled a 150. 

MONTAGUE 21, RAVENNA 9 – Montague got the best of a good Ravenna girls squad on Monday. Ravenna was led by Heidi Kloostra with a 160 and a 161 while Mae Mabrito rolled a 144.

GRAND HAVEN 23, EAST KENTWOOD 7- The Grand Haven girls were led by Alexis Thompson, who rolled a 378 series. Alexis Morgan finished with games scores of 163 and 168.

The Lady Bucs split the baker games but won both regular team games 778-639 and 753-709.

WHITEHALL 29, HOLTON 1 – The lead bowler for Holton was May Newell with a 130 game.

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