The Cardinals girls red team placed second overall with a combined score of 2,320 and the girls white team took fourth with a score of 1,886.
The white team faltered and lost to Hastings in the semi-finals 303-234 while the red team advanced to the championship game after striking down Chippewa Hills 217-157 but lost in a heartbreaker over Hastings with a slim margin of 285-282.
Medaling for the Cardinals Emma Peklar placed fourth bowling a combined 407.
Fruitport’s Raegan Dykstra captured the top spot with a score of 467.
Finishing on top for the Cardinals, the boy’s crew took first place overall with 3,088 followed slightly behind Whitehall who posted a second place finish with 2,830.
The boys didn’t make it past the semi-finals as they were thwarted by Fruitport 279-266 who went on to fall to Whitehall in the championship game 339-228.
Trent Beerman bowled his way to a first place finish for the Cardinals bowling 619 including a game high match of 215.
Also placing for the Cardinals Jeremy Broughton took third with 507.
Gabe Ganos clinched a second place spot for the Vikings bowling 518.
Orchard View will travel to Sparta Lanes on Wednesday to battle Kent City.