SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central’s girls bowling team picked up a 26-4 victory over Ravenna, while the boys took their match, 22-8 on Wednesday night.
Gretchen Linenfelser had high games of 104 and 118 with a high series of 222 for the girls team.
Following her was Haley Story, who bowled a 107 high game and a 197 high series.
For the boys, Sam Johnson bowled high games of 177 and 141 with a high series of 317. Brandon McFarren bowled high games of 164 and 176 with a high series of 340.
Riley Priemer bowled high games of 177 and 151 with a 328 high series. Kurtis Basler had high games of 177 and 135 with a high series of 302.
The Spartans next are scheduled to bowl on Monday, Feb. 7 against Oakridge at Northway Lanes.
Ludington Bowling Results
SPARTA — Ludington’s bowling teams traveled to the Sparta Lanes on Wednesday for a match against Kent City and came away with a pair of losses.
“Kent City is a hard team to go up against, and our teams had a hard time adjusting to their lanes and the oil pattern they had down,” said Orioles head coach Maggie Bates.
“As they grow, adjusting to different oil patterns will be easy, but with as young of a team as we have, learning to adjust is hard.”
High games for the boys included a 145 bowled by Damion Ott, Lucas Ruggero rolled a 148 and Cameron Fetters bowled a 155 game.
The girls saw high games coming from Rylee Hardenburgh with a 125, Grace and Abigail Ashley each bowled a 137 and Heidi Faust had a 152.
Whitehall Bowling Results
MUSKEGON–The Whitehall Vikings bowling team enjoyed a 2-0 sweep over Oakridge on Wednesday at Northway Lanes with the girl’s squad getting a 27-3 win over the Eagles.
Karli VanDuinen led the way for the lady Vikings posting a two game series of 378 while Vanessa Hirigami followed bowling a series of 326.
The boys had to work a bit harder for their win as the Eagles offered up some solid games, but the Vikings prevailed capping off the night with a 17.5-11.5 victory.
Leading on the lanes for the boys was Avery Gabriel who threw a strong series of 420 including a game high of 248. Also contributing for the Vikings was Gabe Ganos who bowled a series of 356.
Whitehall is set to be back at Northway Lanes on Thursday for a make-up match against the Orchard View Cardinals.